Nov 8 2013
SPFW: Fall-Winter 2014 Summary!
The autumn-winter 2014 edition of SPFW has come to an end. I decided to summarize the most talked about shows and tell you a little about the designers’ inspirations. Let’s go…
Pedro Lourenço’s collection is inspired by Carmem Miranda.
Reinaldo Lourenço was inspired by French women on the dance floor of the mythical Studio 54.
The Têca collection was inspired by the gypsyism of the 70s, with fringes and flowing sleeves, pleats, deep necklines, a lot of devoré…..
…..and art nouveau prints!
Ronaldo Fraga brings more feminine clothes in a cangaceiro style in a collection full of leather.
Tufi Duek brought a super chic tribal!
Amapô was inspired by the northeastern backlands.
Samuel Cirnansck brings Russian dolls and dresses full of drama!
Colcci presented a collection full of tailoring with styling, classic patterns such as plaid, a bare belly in a more aggressive 90s style and skirts with a mix of fabrics and textures. In addition to having Gisele Bündchen back on the catwalks!
Patricia Motta debuts at SPFW inspired by pullovers and snow. A leather expert has come up with a pattern she calls the ice molecule.
Cavalera travels to the Arab world and had Luiz Carlini playing an Arab poem on guitar, live music and belly dancing.
In an “American Horror Story” mood, Triton is inspired by a gothic and rocker witch girl, romantic and charming with overlays, heavy boots and college flirts.
Ellus brings in its collection a traditional Japan but with a reinterpretation in a modern climate and street wear.
What do you think of the fall-winter 2014 collections?
By Thais • Fashion • 0