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'Ladies First' finishes Rio fashion week
16
Jan '08
Good-humored stylist Alessa finished Rio's fashion week with her "Ladies First" collection.

Inspired by card games, dominos and chess, Alessandra Migani played with jacks, kings, queens, die, suits and jokers in prints, sequin embroideries, cut outs in leather, lace as well as in the shapes with models full of pleats that suggest moving cards, a moleton tuxedo, ties and coats in honor of croupiers and dresses, blouses and micro-dresses in tricot and domino shapes, clubs and 7 of hearts.

The traditional T-shirts with the stylist's irreverent phrases could not be missing: “Ladies First”, “Bad Luck in Gambling, Good Luck in Love”, and more.

And speaking of kings, Pelé, Roberto Carlos and even the Queen of England appeared in the fashion show, which also included the famous panties that have promoted Alessa in Brazil and around the world.

Accessories also follow the gambling theme. Raw materials: organza, silk satin, cotton silk, crystal taffeta, tricoline, jersey, knots and noble tailor fabrics. Color chart: purple, pink, green, orange, red, silver, gold, black and white.

Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association


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