A dream for all the modern and romantic girls wardrobes. This is how we can define the Monnalisa SS 2017.

In this collection, classic and modern go hand in hand to compose current looks, with a vintage touch typical of the brand.

The tulle, always romantic, gained some color and appeared in a full of life tangerine version. Most of the pieces seen in the catwalk saved their classic and traditional cuts, but won contemporary prints such as ice creams and fashion handbags.

Disney characters, such as Minnie and Daisy Duck were also printed in dresses, shirts  and even jeans.

Those that do not give up on the classics are well represented by the floral prints, pastel tones and laces.

For the boys, the traditional polo game printed coats and the floral appeared in jackets and T-shirts, showing that flowers look very good for them.

A touch of navy with stripes and lots of red are the bets for the boys.

Come with us to see the show!

Monnalisa 10

Monnalisa 11

Monnalisa 3

Monnalisa 4

Monnalisa 6

Monnalisa 14

Monnalisa 7

Monnalisa 9

Monnalisa 5

Monnalisa 1

Monnalisa 2

Monnalisa 8

Monnalisa 15

Monnalisa 12

Monnalisa 13

* Monnalisa SS 2017 soon available at Childrensalon.

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