On our minds: Vanda Jacintho

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by adakallgren on 16 August, 2016

Vanda Jacintho makes chunky jewellery and colourful beachwear.

With Rio 2016 in full swing, our minds are set on the thriving fashion scene of the host country and one of our top Brazilian label finds of late, Vanda Jacintho. Working for Vogue Brasil at the mere age of 18 and having assisted the legendary Isabella Blow at The Sunday Times, the former stylist is a firm fixture on the fashion stage. With a flair for exotic travels, she eventually founded her eponymous label of chunky jewellery and colourful beachwear designed for a free-spirited woman who travels all year around. Jacintho makes every piece herself in seasonless spirit on home turf using Italian silk, handmade embroidery and digital prints. Have a browse through the label’s colourful campaign shoots here.

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