São Paulo Fashion Week 2004/2005--jun 16-22

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  1. Atelier

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    Wednesday June 16, 2004
    2:30 pm Ricardo Almeida Menswear - Pavillion of Bienal
    4:00 pm Alexandre Herchcovitch Womenswear - Pavillion of Bienal
    5:30 pm Cavalera- Pavillion of Bienal
    6;45 pm Sais Beachwear - Pavillion of Bienal
    8:00 pm Ellus Womenswear - Pavillion of Bienal
    9:30 pm Triton - Pavillion of Bienal

    Thursday June 17, 2004
    12:00 pm Caio Gobbi- Pavillion of Bienal
    2:30 pm Patachou by Tereza Santos- Pavillion of Bienal
    4:00 pm Jum Nakao - Pavillion of Bienal
    5:30 pm Zoomp- Pavillion of Bienal
    6:30 pm Mario Quieroz - Pavillion of Bienal
    7:30 pm Ellus Menswear - Pavillion of Bienal
    8:30 pm Forum by Tufi Duek- Pavillion of Bienal

    Friday June 18, 2004
    10:00 am Carlota Joakina - Pavillion of Bienal
    12:30 pm Reinaldo Lourenco - Pavillion of Bienal
    2:30 pm Agua de Coco Beachwear- Pavillion of Bienal
    4:00 pm Alphorria - Pavillion of Bienal
    5:30 pm Cori - Pavillion of Bienal
    6:30 pm V.Rom Menswear- Pavillion of Bienal
    7:30 pm Cia Maritima Beachwear- Pavillion of Bienal
    9:00 pm Iodice- Pavillion of Bienal

    Saturday June 19, 2004
    11:00 am Huis Clos Pavillion of Bienal
    2:30 pm Ronaldo Fraga - Pavillion of Bienal
    4:00 pm British Colony by Maxime Perelmuter- Pavillion of Bienal
    5:30 pm Movimento Beachwear - Pavillion of Bienal
    6:45 pm Uma - Pavillion of Bienal
    8:00 pm Zapping - Pavillion of Bienal
    9:30 pm Carlos Tufvesson - Pavillion of Bienal

    Sunday June 20, 2004
    11:00 am Lorenzo Merlino - Pavillion of Bienal
    12:30 pm Fause Haten - Pavillion of Bienal
    4:00 pm Gloria Coelho - Pavillion of Bienal
    5:30 pm Lino Villaventura - Pavillion of Bienal
    6:45 pm Custo Barcelona - Pavillion of Bienal
    8:00 pm Sommer - Pavillion of Bienal
    9:30 pm Osklen- Pavillion of Bienal

    Monday June 21, 2004
    11:00 am Raia de Goeye - Pavillion of Bienal
    2:30 pm Jefferson Kulig - Pavillion of Bienal
    4:00 pm Renato Loureiro - Pavillion of Bienal
    5:30 pm Rosa Cha by Amir Slama Beachwear- Pavillion of Bienal
    6:45 pm VR Menswear- Pavillion of Bienal
    8:00 pm Alexandre Herchcovitch Menswear- Pavillion of Bienal
    9:30 pm Agua Doce Beachwear - Pavillion of Bienal

    Tuesday June 22, 2004
    11:00 am Isabela Capeto - Pavillion of Bienal
    4:00 pm Marcelo Quadros - Pavillion of Bienal
    5:30 pm Poko Pano Beachwear - Pavillion of Bienal
    6:45 pm Andre Lima - Pavillion of Bienal
    8:00 pm Eduardo Suppes- Pavillion of Bienal
    9:30 pm Vide Bula- Pavillion of Bienal

    *Schedule by firstVIEW.com
     
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    Alexandre Herchcovitch Spring/Summer 2005
     
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    Cavalera Spring/Summer 2005

    Colorful!
     
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    Sais Spring/Summer 2005 (by Amir Slama, the Rosa Cha designer)
     
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    Patachou Spring/Summer 2005
     
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    I want to be a different person just to wear those...
     
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    I like, I like, I like it all! That hat at Cavalera :woot: :heart:
     
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    Jum Nakao Spring/Summer 2005
     
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    Excellent! Thanks Lea.

    Zoomp Spring/Summer 2005
     
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    Agua de Coco Spring/Summer 2005
     
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    Linu Villaventura
     
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    oh my, they are LEGO people! :lol:
     
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    Renato Loureiro
     
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    Jefferson Kulig
     
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    Does that Kulig model have cheese on her head? :blink: :heart:


    The Rosa Cha suits are to die for... is that he there?
     
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    I'm not sure what the masks were made of but Kulig used fabric, paper and plastic in this show. His inspiration for covering the heads comes from Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut according to a Brazilian article on the site Lea pointed out. The masked models had messages across their bodies except for the last one who wore only bottoms :shock: and then removed her mask, making one think about what is revealing and what is truly revealing.

    Yes, that's the designer Amir Slama.
     
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    Lino Villaventura is always the best show on SPFW. He rocks! Plus, he uses hand-made knitting as a prime material for his outfits. That's why they look so feminine, fit and classy.
     

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