Sandro Spring/Summer 2014: Transparency and Length

Sandro S14 (0)PARIS, Jan 19, 2014/ — For the Sandro Spring/Summer 2014 collection, mother and son design team, Evelyne and Ilan Chetrite played with transparency and length.

And though eroticism plays a key role, subtlety and elegance came first with the Chetrite’s skillfully tailored dresses that reveal the curves of the woman without exposing them. This technique is seen in the simple-designed tops that feature fishnet and lace which allow brief glimpses of skin making it very sexy yet not overt.

The deep red adds warmth to the bright white, and the clean cuts echo the graphic lines of modern Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. The contours of a feminine and modern silhouette are defined an undeniably chic woman on the streets of Rio de Janeiro.

[MARI DAVIS]
Photos courtesy of Sandro

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