Complexo B pays tribute to Lapa
January 19, 2009 - Brazil
The Lapa district and the tribes that roam about there were the theme for Complexo B’s 2009 winter, which was inspired on the film "Rainha Diaba", by Antonio Carlos Fontoura as well as the laid-back environment of those who frequent the region on Fridays.
Beto Neves developed pieces for the modern, laid-back man. Sarrouel pants and tunics are among the brand’s looks, which opted for light pieces, even on cold days. Coats and bermudas are also proposed by the collection, as are overalls and vests.
The mix of stripes, plaids, tie dye coexist in harmony with the images of Saint George (Complexo B’s trademark). The brand’s materials include serge, voile, moleton and half-knits. Lace and velvet were used to comprise the details.
The color chart uses gray, blue, white, green, black and yellow, among others. Complexo B closed the 14th edition of Fashion Rio.