Without any specific theme, the Cavendish brand mixes references from the 20s and 60s in a collection highlighted by dresses and skirts, said Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association (ABIT).
The dresses are very light, with pleats, nervures and patchworks of colors and fabrics.
The more structured lines appear in guipuire, velvet and wool, with square necklines, jumper dresses and embroidered patch applications.
The latter have that 60s look.
The main pieces to face the coldest days are the second skin tops under the dresses and blouses, which are sufficient for Rio's winter.
The high point of the collection involved the pieces in guipuire, a kind of very thick lace, which provided a rustic touch to the romantic collection.
ABIT: The textile industry is constantly growing due to the acquisition of modern equipment and technical development applied to production, besides the promotion of its professional through training programs and increasing productivity.
Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association