Raia de Goeye's winter 2007 opened the second day of fashion shows at the São Paulo Fashion Week inspired by the spirit of the Iroquois, an Indian nation that lived in the forests of Mideast United States.
Paula Raia and Renata and Fernanda de Goeye's brand introduced pieces with movement, provided by the layers of fabric such as cotton and silk made of natural fibers.
They include pantaloons, tunic blouses and long skirts, as well as short and full pieces.
The ruffles are in several looks and add a special touch. The stylists also used denser fabrics like the chamois and moleton.
The color chart has hues of cognac, green, rose and blue, with earth and ice as bases.
Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association