A Look at the Portuguese World


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The air of times

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Are clohtes from Portuguese designers I choose to remember some of the trends this spring-summer.

As has become usual every year it was already announced the colors and trends for the season to come. This spring-summer promises to be a veritable avalanche of shades and unforgettable dreams.

One of my favorite trends are daytime sparkles appearing in wonderful pieces of Alves/ Gonçalves colection under the theme "celebrate" 20 years of Portugal Fashion in the catwalk we saw silver, gold and coppery that marked indelibly fluttering pieces left foresee a fluid silhouette that exudes freedom of movement, definitely ultra-feminine.

Mean by Ricardo Pietro, the sea, the fishermen, the villages of the Portuguese coastline, are the starting port in this collection. A mix of mermaid warrior urban and all the delicacy of the female body. Silhouette of geometric and closed lines, adhesive to the body, which contradict with fluid and loose lines, like the waves of the sea enovelam in the sand. Organic substances with ozone washes, mesh lycra embroidered with pearly sequins that ementam the radiant scales of our fish and cotton networks that celebrate traditional fishing. The color palette is inspired by the marine life through its blue, green, yellow with black accents.

The Storytailors returned inspire by Portuguese traditional stories and designed a collection called "Unbreakable", in which the outlines are marked by elements of air and water, by the porcelain and tile and the marriage of art and science. Their ethereal and diaphanous princesses continue to mark the season whith the blue and white colors were present in many of the pieces in this unbreakable collection. Silks and bodices, their branding, continue to delight the fans who appreciate the "porcelain dolls", stories of delight of this girly women by Storytailors.

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