The quarter of Buenos Aires that is home to the tango, S. Telmo is also famous for its Sunday morning flea market that so resembles the ones in Europe and is indeed considered one of the most delightful in the world.

A unique feature of this flea market is that, when it is on, the main square is filled with tango dancers who dance away in this open-air space.
The sense of liberty and free expression that are at the heart of this dance have inspired Raptus & Rose to create a dress especially for all those tango-philes.

The super feminine bodice has shoulder straps that tie at the nape of the neck, with a plunging back. The skirt allows full freedom of expression, with a choice of a full or pencil line, depending on what moves you want to make.

The “Rule of 3” that applies to each R&R frock can also be seen in San Telmo, both in the three parts, bodice, midriff band and skirt, and in the mix of three different fabrics.