Appearances are deceiving: Frida Kahlo
To hide these and secondly to honor the origins of her mother, she began to wear the typical vestiment of the tehuanas consisting of long skirt and blouse.
She also adopted the famous braids and flowers which together with her outfit and unibrow present in her self-portraits, became her seal.
October of 1937 marked an important step for the influence this amazing lady with strong
character and great talent would have on the world of fashion, when the American edition of Vogue presented her for he first time in its pages.
Frida and her style became the sensation among European elite. It is said that the famous Elsa Shiaparelli created a dress called "La Robe Madame Rivera" in her honor.