The summer 2018 collections during SPFW cover a wide range of resources inspired by nature, technology, mysticism, with references to the work of pioneer abstract female artists Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) and Emma Kunz (1892-1963).
Their search for the spiritual dimension of our existence was translated by using geometric forms such as lines, spheres and triangles. Brazil’s fashion industry produces amazing talent such as Carlos Miele, Alexandre Herchcovitch, and this season Ronaldo Fraga, Osklen, Agua de Coco, Sissa, and Vitorino Campos.
Triya’s summer 2018 collection is a weather-related achievement that has changed everything. It tells of a rediscovered Brazil, translated into colors, plots and inspiration from the nature of its lands.
A native, cheerful and colorful Brazil that is represented in more than 15 prints, many inspired by the drawings and descriptive images that were sent to Portugal to report the tropical fauna and flora they had found here. Vintage models, such as corselets, corsets and skirts, deconstructed and repaginated, full of comfort.
Crafts such as lacework, braiding, straw weaving, indigenous baskets made of silk and lycra, in search of roots and technology make the brazilian fashion a force of talent and new silhouettes that pave the way for a much needed infusion of wearable trends.