The 2nd Floor Fall/Winter 2014 runway presentation graced the stage at
Fashion Rio and stunned an audience of onlookers with its bold brand of bohemian staples, designed for the modern style-setter.
The youthful and carefree collection featured an array of patterned textiles that were displayed in a graphic palette of both monochromatic and colored tones. Marrying 70s flower child prints with Amish-inspired headpieces, this effortlessly cool and eccentric presentation embodied the spirit and energy of Brazil.
The 2nd Floor Fall/Winter 2014 runway show successfully mixes vivid prints with impeccably tailored menswear silhouettes that are modernized for a new generation. Though youthfully edgy, the collection of clean-cut ensembles can easily be separated into revamped basics that are fit for gentlemen of all ages and tastes.
The 2nd Floor Fall/Winter 2014 Collection is Pattern-Enriched
Jana Pijak — November 12, 2013 — Fashion
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