China Suárez demonstrates how to wear the Scottish miniskirt that will be a trend this season

China Suarez The film in which he starred with Álvaro Morte, ‘El Profesor’ in ‘La Casa de Papel’, is very soon to be released. ‘Objects’, as her name is, was released in 2022 in theaters in Spain but this May 18 it hits theaters in Argentina. The filming took place in Spain and Argentina, more precisely in the landscapes of Humahuaca and Tilcara, in the province of Jujuy.

In addition to the China and Álvaro Morte, the cast is completed by Daniel Aráoz, Andy Gorostiaga, Verónica Echagui, Maitane San Nicolás, Selva Alemán and Zorion Eguileor. The film is directed by the Spanish director, Jorge Dorado. “We developed the plot incorporating a detective story, love and redemption that seeks to make people reflect on a theme that never goes out of style and that runs through society,” he commented.

Personally, the China He has had a series of comments with the famous Argentine singer La Joaqui. “Because of that little face … I bank the mess,” signed the interpreter of ‘Butaquera’ along with emojis of little fires. The singer made reference to the media harassment experienced by the couples of the ex of Benjamín Vicuña.

China Suárez’s message to La Joaqui. Source: Instagram @sangrejaponesa

The China He also shared a story, where he left a nice message in reaction to his phrase “I always had too many dreams for how little I sleep.” “You made me cry. I admire you. Women. Mother. Artist. Strong, indestructible. I will never forget your message when we didn’t know each other yet. I celebrate your success but above all the recognition” wrote the actress.

China Suárez in a Scottish miniskirt and corset. Source: Instagram @sangrejaponesa

In the last hours, the mother of Amancio, Magnolia and Rufina shared in her official account of instagram a photo session along with the text “Countdown @objetoslapelicula @pampafilms”. The model also posed with a Scottish miniskirt in composite with a corset of the same style. The ever-changing symbolism of this pattern has allowed it to remain current through several generations, without the need for major renovations.

China Suárez with a Scottish corset. Source: Instagram @sangrejaponesa