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Cena de Sal by Cycleland

Sep 06 2013, 10:30 am 0 Monica Bogliolo

The fashions of the moment (and youngsters with mustaches and plaid shirts) have decreed the success and the rediscovery of the bicycle as a means of transportation, but for the Brazilian brand Cycleland is a true lifestyle, as well as the main inspiration for their creations. The second collection to their credit is called the Cena de Sal, a set of basic pieces but with a strong personality, characterized by stunning details and influenced by the experience of the photographer Luciana Afonso, who made a trip from South America through 6 countries, moving exclusively by bicycle. A journey through different landscapes that lives in the nuances of nature, in the prints, in the choice of materials, a fluid body movement emphasized by the wise cuts and shapes of the garments. Each collection is created with care, limited to a few units. A new and independent brand that translates with success its free and unconventional spirit in these inspiring clothings.

Designer: Cycleland

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