SÃO PAULO [ ABN NEWS ] — The new Sacada 2016 Summer Collection dive into the pop art and op art universe and brings a futurism retrô that incorporates very well the two tendencies to a vintage balneary atmosphere bringing a sophisticated and cool look.
After a deep research and creation of the talented Priscilla Darolt, in her second collection for this brand together with a sharp view of Luis Fiod, who signs the fashion show styling, the collection associates fashion to a conceptual and practical design for women who are looking for subtle and unpretentious elegance.
The astonishing result is seen in the pieces with shapes and structured full of graphic elements from floral embroidered, polka dots and stripes that reminds the famous pop artist and painter from the 60’s Roy Litchenstein. The transparent acrylic and varnish are strong and reinforce the futurist’s aesthetic of the collection in counterpoint to the retrô shapes designed for line A, in addition to pieces that refer swimsuit and cropped trousers.
The accessories carry the pop art aesthetic applied in acrylic floral maxibijoux , bags lined with raffia and flatforms lacquered with varnish texture.
The material match, using the mix of piquet mesh cotton, knitting and devoré silk as main basis while the balanced colour chart gives the shade to the collection with white, off white, black, navy blue, red , coral and Klein blue.
Inspirations: Vintage Balneary • Futurism retrô • Pop Art • Op Art
Colours: White • Off White • Black • Navy Blue • Red • Coral • Klein Blue
Shapes: Line A • Swimsuit • Short Pants
Raw Material: Mesh and piquet cotton • Knitting • Devoré silk • Transparent acrylic • Varnish
Graphic Elements: Floral embroidered with polka dots and stripes • Optical stripes Roy Litchenstein • Devoré Vichy
Accessories: Flatform sandals lacquered with varnish flowers • Embroidered bags with raffia or varnish • Bijoux in transparent acrylic
Creative Direction: MINT • Style Direction: Priscilla Darolt • Styling: Luis Fiod • Beauty: Henrique Martins • Music: Hugo Frasa • Set Technician: José Bispo • Lighting: Domingos Quintiliano • Executive Production: Zeca Ziembik, Nelba Cardoso and Claudia Burbulhan • Press: MKTMix