Olive is depicted as a stereotypical “Damsel in distress” character but Olive is the complete opposite of most modern distressed bridesmaids … she is tall and thin, with tightly wrapped hair and huge feet, measures: 19-19 -19, moreover she is fickle, moody, quarrelsome, distracted, irascible, silly, superficial, inattentive, uncultivated by others for her mistakes, demanding and selfish but, full of energy, enthusiasm and joy of living so much to make her survive the most situations. There are times when Olive, as her boyfriend “Popeye”, gains superhuman strength by eating spinach … and note that 16th of August is “The Happy Fresh Spinach Day!”
Olive looks like a stunt-woman … she survives being thrown from the cliffs and from the windows, she falls over gigantic waterfalls, gets lost in the sea, buried alive and tied on the tracks on the tracks of countless trains …
Don’t you think it looks a bit like a typical day of a woman?
In Spain known as Rosario, in Sweden as Olivia and in Finland as Olga.
Tribute to female fickleness! A Cheek-kisser is always a sign of individualism.
This creation is a soft bonnet with black and white horizontal bands, a lush passion red decoration starts from the top of the head and goes down to the side until it brings the last flower with white crystal to stop on the cheek , the cascade processing comes to “kiss” the cheek.
The theme of the hat is also a quote to Moschino who was inspired by Olive Oyl for the “Cheap & Chic” line.
Particularly ironic this headpiece … but does not hide its elegance and appeal.
Wearing this hat is to perceive the care that a woman gives to herself, it is the importance of a thought that transforms into great originality.