Jun 11, 2018 | By Nick Paget
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PRESENTATION MEETS PRACTICALITY
Paris: Wunderkind designer Pedro Lourenco found his stride this season, offering wearable garments that still displayed his marvelous construction abilities. The twenty year-old’s first two collections, in which he skillfully manipulated leather and tulle, caught the fashion world’s attention, but few of his early creations translated for the street. For his third season, Lourenco softened his silhouettes and added tweed, fur and silk chiffon to his fabric mix. The resulting looks were not only more forgiving to the figure, but also more sophisticated and multi-dimensional.
Color: Black / Snow white / Royal blue / Navy / Electric violet / Mustard yellow / Beige / Silver
Key Items: Stirrup pant / Structured sheath / Mixed-media pieced shell / Leather pant / Boxy jacket and coat / Pieced blazer
Materials: Leather / Sparkly tweeds / Felt / Tulle / Chiffon
Details + Trim: Fur trims / Banding / Pieced constructions / Hidden closures / Asymmetrical silhouettes / Bead embellishments
Accessories + Footwear: Modern skinny belts / Metal cuffs / Binder clutches / Leather gloves / Cap-toed pointy pumps
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