LETICIA DOLERA HAIRSTYLES on The ethno historical data compiled by Friar Bernardino de Sahagun include a Toltec legend which tells of fields of cotton growing in colors of red, yellow, violet, green, white, and brown. Architect Jose de Yturbe invokes this mythology in the dining room of his new house, where blood orange Mexican cotton covers the walls and table. A geometric arrangement of fruit and flowers completes a startlingly powerful still life that uses the simplest of ingredients. Designers Guild produces a comprehensive range of brightly colored cottons, available through Osborne & Little. Tel. Fax www.osborneandlittle The tropical landscape of Mexicos Pacific coast has always demanded a different approach to architecture and design. LETICIA DOLERA HAIRSTYLES 2016.
LETICIA DOLERA HAIRSTYLES AND HAIRCUTS