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Ethnic-Inspired, Urban Trends Take Over 44th Sao Paulo Fashion Week

SAO PAULO – The 44th Sao Paulo Fashion Week concluded on Thursday its 2017 season showing some ethnic-inspired patterns and retro cuts, and also unveiled the main fashion color for the 2018 summer, copper yellow.

The last day began in the Osasco Open Market with a presentation from designer Samuel Cirnansck, who brought his origins back to life through his latest designs, featuring a collection of 1990s-inspired urban clothing, such as “neo-romantic” silk shirts combined with jewels studded leather jackets and jeans.

Coven, a brand known for its cotton work, then took over the catwalk with a collection inspired by Africa, featuring simple skirts in blue, white, green and red with stripes and African tribal patterns, as well as Agate and wood studded dresses.

As for the long-awaited collection of Helo Rocha, the famous brand presented evening dresses, sweaters and large pastel trousers, as well as its new interpretation of Victorian underwear which aims to accentuate feminine figures with corsets.

The designer and collaborator of the brand, Camila Pedrosa, told EFE that this collection should be considered “haute couture fashion” as it “uses only fine fabrics” and is adorned with impressive Richelieu embroidery and lace.

Designer Juliana Jabour combined her two passions on the catwalk: nautical aesthetics and urban sports style, presenting long dresses and skirts with ruffles and wide sleeves, which came in different shades of blue, white and red.

The last day of the Sao Paulo Fashion Week will be concluded by the Luiz Claudio’s Apartment 03 brand, which is known for its handmade techniques and noble fabrics.

Sao Paulo’s 44th fashion week, which officially began on Aug. 27, honors the Brazilian roots and the creativity of its culture.

 

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