Macro, medium or micro, in black and white variant or in pop colors, that's polka-dots fever, baby! The name polka dots recalls the famous dance, from Czechoslovakia of the late 19th century, our grandparents used to dance and from which the pattern derives. Around the 1930s, Walt Disney, with the character of Minnie, thought about clearing this fantasy that had its real boom in the 1950s and 1960s, thanks to the dives of the time, such as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Brigitte Bardot. The polka dots pattern becomes the protagonist in the pin-up uniforms, giving a very feminine and seductive touch to all the women who wore it. In the 1960s, polka dot print garments became essential in every female, male wardrobe, with accessories, such as ties, bags, dresses. For this season Silvian Heach proposes them in two variants: in micro version, white on a black background for blazers, trousers and blouses with bow at the neck of vintage inspiration, and in macro version black on a green background on short dresses with straps.