SPFW: Sommer

Tim Burton would have been proud. Marcelo Sommer closed SPFW with one of his best collections ever, and probably his most poetic show, with heavy rain falling on a somber runway. His trademark play on shapes on volumes was there, but in grays and burgundy it finally did not look juvenile or cartoonish as it did in previous seasons. It looked chic and cool at the same time, and very well edited. It also looked much more conceptual than last fall. Even though most of these pieces will never hit the stores, it is great to see that Sommer grew up as a designer without ever losing track of who his customer is.




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