Manolo says, here is the Manolo’s latest column for the Express of the Washington Post.
I must attend a vintage automobile show in Hershey, PA, this weekend. Apparently, it rains every year, and much of the show takes place in muddy fields. What is a girl to do?
Manolo says, ayyyy! Antique automobiles in the muddy field in the mythical place of inexpensive chocolate!
This, it sounds to the Manolo like the beginning of the newly-discovered Roald Dahl book, in which the poor, but clever child is subjected to the various plot-driven tortures involving the evil aunties and their cocoa-powered 1937 Packard Super Eight.
However, most amazingly of all, this place Hershey, it really and truly exists; the marvelous land of mud and chocolate where apparently even the most super fantastic peoples are up to their knees in one thing or the other.
And so the Manolo would recommend to his friend this beautiful pink rubber boot from the Pucci, as being suitable for wearing to the muddy car show, and for afterwards wading in the open-air syrup ponds that ring the caramel meadows for which that portion of Pennsylvania is so rightly famous.
Remember, as the Manolo always says, Pucci makes the smiles!