Thursday, January 21, 2010
Long gone are the days when fashion insiders tried to evoke a Brazilian aesthetic from trite references like Carnaval plumage or bikinis on a Rio beach.
Brazilian designers have come a long way and are convincing the outside world that
there is as much diversity in their native fashion panorama as in the natural one.
With their distinctive qualities such as the piercing prints, primitive handicrafts, strong colours, sensual cuts and futuristic silhouettes, Brazilian labels have come into their own style, which is fast becoming internationally acclaimed.