Pedro Lourenço glossed his slick, sporty silhouettes with shiny treatments, whether gold and silver lamé, tortoise-printed, sequined Neoprene or leather, sometimes doubling up on the reflective treatments with, for example, foil-printed silk lamés.

There were whiffs of Nicolas Ghesquière’s Balenciaga in the futuristic fabric vision. The materials were impressive, charging the architectural cuts — tailored coats and blouses and dresses done in graceful folds — with a speedy energy. The use of black, gold, yellow and silver brought to mind racing, and the space blankets issued at marathon finish lines.

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