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GUSTAVO LINS | S/S 2018

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Never as for the case of Gustavo Lins is the expression ‘clothes as architectures for the body’ more fitting. In fact the Brasilian designer is born as an architect but, after accepting the challenge of his university professor, he transferred and put into play the skills acquired in the discipline onto other materials. It is not by chance that his creations repeat that harmonious geometric complexity, of whom has the clear awareness about proportions and measures.

In his professional evolution Gustavo is today more and more fascinated by the kimono, above all for the elegance in which he forces the wearer’s posture, but also for the freedom granted in his ability to be ‘adjust’. Combining his passion for geometry with the qualities of the traditional Japanese garment, the designer therefore focuses on pieces that do not offer a size development but rather adapt and modify their plasticity according to the different silhouettes.

Tunics and dresses, or the interesting shirt/jacket with fabric parts and knitted parts, lend themselves to non-unique uses, can be worn long or shorter, wider or slim fit, with simple precautions that from time to time transform balances and appearances. Not suitable for those looking for a resolute and dry composure, Gustavo aims at a more open and available public, accommodating towards indeterminate and less definitive lines, that are able to reveal themselves in motion and in the participatory experimentation of those who choose them.

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As always, an opportunity to appreciate the discovery is to accompany you into his show-room in Paris…

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Find online the new Spring/Summer Collection of Gustavo Lins

 

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