Next year's Olympic games is on the Brazilian designers' radar.

On our minds is Sao Paulo Fashion Week which took place last week. With a general sports (and the occasional Greek) influence in most collections, next year’s Olympic Games hosted by the country appear to have been on the designers’ radar for the season. Our favourite collections were probably those from Coven, a young knitwear-based brand that prides themselves with local production in Brazil; and Osklen, the major Brazilian act which presented a minimalist athleisure-style collection and entered the gender fluidity conversation with mixed male and female models in the show. See all collections here.

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