Inspired by Japanese, Brazilian popular culture and intimate memories, this handcrafted collection by Francisco Terra opens a new chapter in his creation. The name of the collection is Rolê, a slang word born in the favelas that can refer to a love story, a garment, a party. This variety of interpretations reflects the freedom with which Francisco now wishes to present his creations: outside of seasonality and calendars, in favor of meetings and collaborations with artists.

This collection is the result of exclusive collaborations with numerous artists and committed companies. The jeans designed with the brand Denem are marbled thanks to successive paint baths. The knits are designed with the Chinese factory Chau Rising which weaves recycled cashmere then dyed with organic ink. The santiags, leitmotiv of the brand, are a hybridization thought with the Brazilian shoemaker Corcel. The set of the show is made of a flying saucer in the shape of a pulpy mouth made with the support of the foundation Agnès B and the workshop 13 Fontaines.

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