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Coven displays unique collection at Rio fashion week

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Jan '12
Equestrian collection from knitwear brand Coven formed the highlight on day two of winter 2012 fashion week at Rio de Janeiro.

Coven, the label from Minas Gerais, an interior State in Brazil, presented collection of designer Liliane Rebehy. It had T-shirts with geometric embroidery, Mariachi-style trousers in copper coloured lurex and flirty crocheted skirts. The unique collection was different from other lines that dominate catwalks at fashion shows.

Another highlight of the day was a collection by designer Thiago Marcon, which had an unlikely Brazilian fabric. The dresses in printed chiffon had a patchwork that resembled faux fur. The material was bulky and the skirts looked very unconventional on the thin models.

But, the lighter dresses were interesting as graphic touches gave them a slight modern look. These included dresses having a design of growling lion and ivory chiffon blouses.

The day also saw appearance of three Brazilian television celebrities walking the ramp.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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