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Walter Rodrigues collection on tencel knits & embroidered organza

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Jan '06
Walter Rodrigues – back to orient
Walter Rodrigues launches oriental culture.

He does not deny being fascinated by Oriental culture, and therefore, every once in a while, Walter Rodrigues is revisiting and rereading their culture.

In this winter collection the brand, which does not avoid the glamorous, invested heavily in indigos, Tencel knits and embroidered organza. Long, narrow silhouettes with long mermaid OFF dresses and patchwork skirts. The knits provide fluid cuts and movement to the dresses.

The embroidered organza and the faillet provide the volume.

The jeans looks gain life with the movement of the stitching and the zippers. Tight pants, short jackets, pelerines, silk and knitted georgette sets complete the collection.

Special emphasis on gold tones which are in full force this winter, as are high waistlines. Fabrics: indigo, knits (Tencel), kid leather, georgette, satin prints, faillet ratiê, plush, embroidered organza, jersey. Colors: navy blue, gray, green, black and ivory.

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