Fernanda Yamamoto S/S 2013-14, São Paulo

When designer Fernanda Yamamoto was doing work with a friend, artist Nino Cais on the issue of household objects, she found a starting point for her summer collection. The apron was the main element, which was integrated into pieces of various shapes by using the folding technique. The colorful wigs & looks made from different materials, and a mixture of tracks by Nancy Sinatra and experimental techno producer Andy Stott resulted in a retro-futuristic aesthetics on the runway. Fernanda Yamamoto embodied tiny flowers made from ecological leather, delicate embroidery and etc. into her creations. Linen, laminated organza, jacquard cotton, cotton, non-slip polyester fabric mesh, tulle and ecological were all used in the clothing. Fernanda Yamamoto channeled an innovative and beautiful collection with a retro flavor in it.

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