Brazilian designer and pacesetter, Amir Salma, for Rosa Chá, brought his theory to light with a mix of artwear and swimwear. The collection had an assortment of textures, shapes, and unpredictable acrylic plates, metal pieces and fabric.
What appears nonsensical at first was given new meaning by Salma - - his thoughts and collection were reminiscent of paintings and inspirations drawn from the Dada art movement for a smooth collection that will appears to have found its niche in swimwear…and fashion.
Alison Brod Public Relation
373 Park Ave. South, 4th Fl.