When speaking of moulage, Clô Orozco reigns, and with each new collection, the technique gets better.
This winter, the brand prefer fabrics with knits, linen and wool, as well as serge and wool gauze, wool with finishing in silk and tweed for each fabric to show its very particular.
Then, with a gore here and a cutout there, a twist of feminine and lightly sensual dresses emerges on the walkway valorizing the body which served as the basis for the creation.
Halter, flared, barebacked, uncomplicated cut, rolling dresses and voluminous, half-balloon skirts, capris, wool coats are all part of the A look, as well as dull sequins in tones of gray or shiny sequins in greenish tones.
Gold stands out this winter, and it was not lacking in this stylist's collection.
Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association