‘Ellas’, Yorokobu’s monograph “in the Delacroix style”

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For some time now, March, in addition to being windy, has been purple. Or purple, depending on the intensity and tone of the color with which the claim of women for equality is dressed.

History has ignored women at all times and in all corners of the planet, but luckily, and although there is still much to be achieved, purple is more fashionable than ever.

Yorokobu They

At Yorokobu we set out to do a number “in the Delacroix style”, as Rigoberta Bandini would say, 100% feminine in substance and in form. But we didn’t want to leave the men out because we need them just like they need us. Or is not that equality?

Because, contrary to what still happens to some, we are not afraid of any type of boob.

For some time now, March, in addition to being windy, has been purple. Or purple, depending on the intensity and tone of the color with which the claim of women for equality is dressed.

History has ignored women at all times and in all corners of the planet, but luckily, and although there is still much to be achieved, purple is more fashionable than ever.

Yorokobu They

At Yorokobu we set out to do a number “in the Delacroix style”, as Rigoberta Bandini would say, 100% feminine in substance and in form. But we didn’t want to leave the men out because we need them just like they need us. Or is not that equality?

Because, contrary to what still happens to some, we are not afraid of any type of boob.