São Paulo shows presented a mix of historical and cultural references. It feels timely that local designers are starting to look within Brazil to create an authentic style, and in the front rows there’s a lot of enthusiasm about the fact that the collections aren’t taking their cues from Paris.
Quite different from the breakneck pace of the industry. Interestingly, she chose a proper timing of work and forced to go at your own pace.
With her, time passes slowly. Models wore long off-white dresses differentiated by such unexpected textures as fishnet, ropes, and soft fringe.
Raia, who believes in slow fashion, presents her collection only once a year, during the Spring season.
Maybe Mr Wargnier should take a look at bresilian designers?