The sirens of the Thirties, Forties and Fifties served as muses for Daniela Bozza. Staying true to the black-and-white films of that era, the Chilean designer adhered to a monochromatic palette for her coquettish dresses.

“It’s very classic and elegant,” she explained via an interpreter after her show in Los Angeles. “Where there is light, there is also dark. I like the balance.”

Like her classic color combination, the silhouettes fell into standard issues like fit-and-flare frocks, pencil skirts and strapless numbers. Rosettes and Peter Pan collars provided a girlish touch.

In business for eight years, she modernized styles to appeal to a young customer with crop tops and sheer panels on the full skirts.

A couple of the flouncy tops in black were so short that they risked revealing a bit too much breast. On the other hand, that just might be tempting enough for a savvy starlet from the 21st century to want to wear one of Bozza’s dresses on the red carpet and make a splash on social media.

By  on October 4, 2016
Daniela Bozza RTW Spring 2017

The sirens of the Thirties, Forties and Fifties served as muses for Daniela Bozza. Staying true to the black-and-white films of that era, the Chilean designer adhered to a monochromatic palette for her coquettish dresses.“It’s very classic and elegant,” she explained via an interpreter after her show in Los Angeles. “Where there is light, there is also dark. I like the balance.”Like her classic color combination, the silhouettes fell into standard issues like fit-and-flare frocks, pencil skirts and strapless numbers. Rosettes and Peter Pan collars provided a girlish touch.In business for eight years, she modernized styles to appeal to a young customer with crop tops and sheer panels on the full skirts.A couple of the flouncy tops in black were so short that they risked revealing a bit too much breast. On the other hand, that just might be tempting enough for a savvy starlet from the 21st century to want to wear one of Bozza's dresses on the red carpet and make a splash on social media.

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