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Jean-Pierre for Protégé Aussie Merino project
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Born in London of an Irish mother and an Asian father, Jean-Pierre Braganza attended the prestigious St. Martin's School. Upon graduating, he got the chance to work alongside Roland Mouret, from whom he learned the art of ultra feminine cuts.

On the calendar of London Fashion Week since 2004, he presents men's and women's collections that always capture the imagination of international buyers and media.

This is his golden opportunity. Chosen by Mr. Lagerfeld for the Protégé Project, he explores the potential of Australian Merino wool through his distinctly structured style.

Jean-Pierre Braganza's collection for the Protégé Project:
A tribute to the female form celebrated through a keen use of sartorial geometry.

Braganza takes a complex route in fashioning his designs, rethinking the body through unprecedented proportions, luscious layers, an interplay of Merino wool fabrics and wool crepe inserts giving extra depth to the clothes.

On hour-glass dresses and suits, grey and black hues intersect with warm notes of bordeaux.

The collection, which also includes some items for men, is an exquisitely elegant synthesis of the ideal wardrobe.

A few basic pieces, contemporary of cut, classic of inspiration, where mixes follow precise rules and all variations capture the idea of a modern uniform. Very very today.

Australian Wool Innovation Limited


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