In his second Paris showing, this Brazilian boy wonder upped his game, with his penchant for rigid, architectural silhouettes running full-throttle. This time, he married thick leather to nearly invisible tulle – a mind-boggling feat of engineering. Bold racing stripes and references to motorcycle gear gave this collection a streamlined, futuristic edge – with real-life wearability still a ways down the road.

In his second Paris showing, this Brazilian boy wonder upped his game, with his penchant for rigid, architectural silhouettes running full-throttle. This time, he married thick leather to nearly invisible tulle – a mind-boggling feat of engineering. Bold racing stripes and references to motorcycle gear gave this collection a streamlined, futuristic edge – with real-life wearability still a ways down the road.

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