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The post-modernist brand Quadro Creations, which ‘provides the sensation of carrying a work of art’, wanted to focus this time on the country that saw its birth and rise on the scene. Brazil is now the protagonist of this campaign, which explores the country’s textile tradition through its materials and aesthetics to adapt them to avant-garde streetwear.
Lucas Borges, creative director of Quadro Creations (@quadrocreations), embraces in this new editorial the textile tradition, tailoring, and streetwear in the same creative bubble with which he has shaken up the fashion industry in the midst of a turbulent socio-economic context. “Building and structuring a clothing brand in Brazil is an interesting and not easy task”, those are the words that accompany this capsule in which we can see a set of minimalist garments with Kiko Kostandinov’s Asics Gel Kiril.
Quadro Creations thus fights the difficulties of a country in the midst of a pandemic and socio-political emergency through textile episodes with which to escape from reality. Take a look at the complete collection on its official website.