In the Dallas Cowboys 61st anniversary 1960 2021 thanks for the memories signatures shirt Furthermore, I will do this car after her visit to Do’s studio, she jumped on a Zoom call to attend to her other business: 818 tequila. “It’s been the joy of my life,” she says. After visiting a few other designers, it was time for Jenner to get glam for a Fwrd dinner at Zero Bond in NoHo. The paparazzi, of course, captured her LBD as she entered the restaurant. Veronica Etro was once a fellow regular at Whirl-Y-Gig, the nu-hippie (a.k.a. crusty) London club night in Shoreditch Town Hall: Although we can’t remember meeting there, it’s possible—because even the morning after, one’s recollection would be a little hazy. It was an awesome night that started early and ended early: Bongo drummers would riff live to the sets of Monkey Pilot and crew, there was a lot of mutual massage (maybe mushrooms too), psychedelic light shows, chakra reading, chai drinking, and face-painting. At the end of the night, a canopy of parachute silk would fall from the ceiling and we’d all hug before heading out to wait for the bus home.
Fast-forward 30 years: As her family’s house was locked in negotiations that would in July lead to the Dallas Cowboys 61st anniversary 1960 2021 thanks for the memories signatures shirt Furthermore, I will do this sale of a 60% stake to L Catterton (a Louis Vuitton–adjacent equity vehicle), Veronica Etro found herself thinking back to those hazy, crazy days under the parachute. She said: “I’m a person who really goes with the flow. Everything will be done. And I’m here, and I’m happy.” This mindfulness 101 position went on to influence the development of this collection, which considered the Beatles’ discovery of transcendental meditation in Rishikesh just as Etro was founded in 1968. This struck a further chord with Veronica’s process in 2021: “In this period I came really close to mindfulness, yoga, and meditation: There was a spiritual awakening, like for many people, I think. This thing of finding balance within, that was also very typical of the early ’70s.”