Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association (ABIT) informed that fashion designer Redley invested in the tone it became famous for in the 1980s, when it was created: nature, comfort and freedom. It brought back some pieces from that long journey and headed off for a deserted island.
The collection contrasts flowers with plaids. 7/8 coats, jackets, sweatshirts, shirts, dresses and pants for men and women appear in beautiful, multicolored embroidery, application and print work. Special attention on patchwork and coats with silks.
The silhouette is super-comfortable with wide, relaxed stitching and a rustic touch with patches, frays and breaks in stitching.
Military camouflage also appears in opposition to the romanticism of pieces with ruffles and light tulle and voil lace. Flared skirts and boleros are not indispensable in the Redley collection.
Redley started out in 1985 with the idea of creating a style perfectly tune with interests of young Cariocas, such as the beach, sports, music and fun.
ABIT, the representative organization of the Brazilian textile and apparel industry, participates actively in the evolution of the textile sector. A pioneer in the industrialization of Brazil, the textile sector stands out within the domestic economy.
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