Looking back on São Paulo Fashion Week we can't help but notice the incredible protagonism Projeto Estufa had on the event's creative fashion. While most runway shows presented very commercial clothing, united by a big budget to boost, Projeto Estufa's designers worked around pure talent and commitment to fashion.
For this collection, Fernando Miró, who just graduated from La Cambre, Belgium, was inspired by the nostalgia feeling we have when leaving a club at 5a.m. (could it be an any younger inspiration?). He got inspired by the wakening of a city, a white symbolistic inspiration to the urban gain of conscience.
There were luminescent signs, geometrical shapes and the most amazing jacket made out of classified papers. (As usual with them, a critique on the production of waste). They had phrases printed on them that would say: "please keep silent", "Attention", "looking for a boss", and produced the most amazing jacket by doing so, with the help of a touch of wind that would give a great movement to the jacket.
Something else we found amazing about this look was the styling around it! The make-up looks flawless, giving a great power to this jacket, almost like a sustainable warrior. The unibrow and the touch of red lent the look a touch of violence, much welcomed to the fragility of the jacket!
Working around the same concept, this jacket made of recycled plastic bags was surely a star of the show! Again, the idea of recycling, that tend to be related to fragility, to the hippie movement and tacky DIY had an impressive renewal to place it in the fashion scenario.
The silhouette gave it a good focus on the hands of the model, usually associated with action, active movements and masculinity brought back this incredibly awesome idea of sustainable warrior, weather this concept was originally intended or not. In overall an amazing show to bring new life to SPFW! Bravo MIPINTA!
Check also the details from the collection. We're specially in love with the smart mix between street spray-paint and sparkly rhinestones. Mipinta in a few words presented a quite creative fashion with lots of products to boot.