"Quero ficar no teu corpo feito tatuagem / Que é pra te dar coragem / Pra seguir viagem / Quando a noite vem / E pra me perpetuar em tua escrava / Que você pega, esfrega, nega / Mas não lava...”
“I want to stay on your body like a tattoo / So as to give you courage / To go on your journey / When the night comes / And also to perpetuate myself / As your slave / That you grab, scrub, deny / but does not wash away…” – Chico Buarque
On the 29th collection, we evoque the power of the words, the poetry and the brazilian music made during the dictatorship of 1964/1985 in Brazil. We evoque some of the biggest musical references of Brazilian popular music, that against the power of censorship, oppression and even exile, stood up for the fight over freedom.
As read in the brazilian poetry, this collection assumes details which describe a narrative that seems as ancient as current and that for is filled with unexpected contradictions in Nuno Baltazar’s Universe.
This season stands for its provocative sense, expressing a distinctive visual personality and evoking in each and every single one of us the need for awereness and reaction.
Contrasts between the opposites are a constant of the collection. Moments of light and shadow, feminine and masculine, compact and transparent, heavy and light, oversized and anatomic, fanciful and strict.
Military colors coexist with vibrant and colorful ones. Fabrics with a dry workwear touch, cotton canvas with compact structures alongside with luminous ethereal and shiny crêpe, with special emphasis on the lurex silk.
The strong prints in the beginning of the show evoke the darkest moments of that time, without losing a current look.
The volume of the sleeves and over layering of the pieces stand up in the contrast with twists on the waist.
On the accessories there’s a special highlight for the collaboration with Perlato, for the women’s shoes. Metallic leathers with broken finishing that remind us of the stars of this collection, Elis Regina and Gal Costa.
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