By  on May 29, 2009

LONDON — There is nothing like austerity to get Inacio Ribeiro’s blood pumping. After leaving the London runway — and the design studio at Cacharel — Ribeiro and his wife, Suzanne Clements, have relaunched their own label on a tight budget, and are quietly building momentum.

“Cutting budgets back is so exciting,” said Ribeiro without a trace of irony from the chaotic living room of the couple’s north London home, where they live with their two young children. “We are bubbling with new ideas, and using our limitations as an opportunity to be creative and experimental.”

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