The designer worked undulating shapes for fall: big-collared leather vests and long, flowing dresses.
— January 27, 2015
The overall feel was calm and reserved, as the designer continued on his quest to create “everyday” couture.
— July 2, 2013
WWD went behind the scenes at the couture show.
— January 22, 2013
The designer presented a collection of impeccably tailored pieces with great attention to detail.
The designer continued to indulge his fascination with Japanese sartorial codes.
— January 18, 2013
Looking to Seville’s flamenco tradition, with a range of intense colors, the designer explored his sensual side this season.
— January 24, 2012
For his new collection, the Brazilian designer worked with fabric offcuts, but these were not just any scraps.
— July 5, 2011
From cocoonlike reversible jackets to a masculine riding coat, the Brazilian designer’s collection reflected his training as an architect.
— January 25, 2011
Gustavo Lins riffed on Arne Jacobsen’s iconic Series 7 chair, incorporating its curvy contours into the design of his ample coats and tunics.
— July 5, 2010
Brazilian designer Gustavo Lins moved into new territory — his native one — by reworking the famous Brazil national soccer team shirt.
— January 26, 2010