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Colcci winter collection is more romantic & less urban

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Jan '06
Colcci Jeans collection
Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association (ABIT) say Colcci is traditionally the most sought after fashion show at Fashion Rio because it always brings celebrities to show its collections.

Paris Hilton, Liz Jagger and Gisele Bünchen are just some of those who have opened and closed Colcci's walkways.

La Bunchen repeated the dose to present the brand's new winter collection, inspired on the adaptation of the wardrobe the European immigrants had to make to face the tropical winter in Brazil.

Underwear became a fundamental piece. Thus, we get Colcci's little dresses, all looking like 19th Century nightgowns, with liberty prints, nervures and Victorian pleats.

The collection is more romantic and less urban, with lace, embroidery, and yokes on the dresses and blouses.

For warmth, underwear OFF leggings is complements for Bermuda
shorts, short shorts and dresses.

For men, the highlight is seen in the jeans, which are very shiny, with patches, and low crotches.

Women's jeans use Lycra ® and are therefore tighter with low waists.

Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association


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