Polka-dot can be seen everywhere influenced by many international designers.
Dolce & Gabanna, Badgley Mischka, Oscar de la Renta and Burberry showed them on the runway:
Brako are also on board as you can see in our designs Karu and Dana in the Anatomics collection.
In summer it's fun to mix spots with other patterns, like stripes, which give a strong impact but don't clash.
The rules of use are easy and the first one to remember is that spots give the visual impression of expansion, which can be great for creating sensual curves and volume. But if you want the oppostie, polka-dot is best used in small doses with shoes or scarves which create a striking image without compromising body image.