Backstage Pass: Sao Paulo Fashion Week
On the glamorous catwalks, all models look like true goddesses. Have you ever tried to imagine what’s going on behind the scenes? FashionTV gives you a backstage look at some of the best shows from Sao Paulo Fashion Week.
Makeup artists, hair stylists, fittings, dressing rooms and lots of enthusiasm and craziness are usually all a part of the atmosphere behind the scenes at any fashion show. In Sao Paulo you should add lots of fun and Brazilian spirit to all those ingredients. Check out some of the best backstage clips from Sao Paulo Fashion Week.
Spring 2013 NEON collection is cool, colorful and full of gypsy elements that were given a Brazilian twist. The featured video shows the top models heading to the main event – a runway show that took place at Ibirapuera Park. Once the successful and glamorous show was over, Creative Director Dudu Bertholini, dressed in his own Neon ensemble, congratulates the girls on a job well done. This kind of enthusiasm is not common on stage. Behind the scenes is the perfect place to become emotional and simply allow your inner feelings to come out.
The fun idea about backstage clips is that you can have small talk with the sexiest models. This time, Brazilian top model Daiane Conterato speaks with FashionTV about the Spring 2013 Triton collection. According to Conterato, the new line is colorful and bears a young and vital spirit. "I can see young girls wearing it," said the top model as she went to get ready for the runway. As Conterato promised, Triton’s new line includes hot pink lipstick; thick arched eyebrows and flawless straight hair which are all styles of the evening. Hit the link below and watch these amazing models apply makeup, get their hair done and pose for the cameras.
Agua de Coco
Agua de Coco is one of the most worshiped Brazilian swimwear brands. Everybody wants to be sitting in the front row, and people are curious to see what this exotic brand plans for next Spring. Model Simone Hanke talks to FashionTV about the history of the collection and says "the bathing suits are gorgeous and it's one of the shows that everyone wants to see”. According to Brazilian stylist for Agua De Coco, Rebecca Thomaz, many inspirations for the new line were taken from Turkey. The pictures taken during the tour were used later to create patterns and new concepts for the Spring 2013 collection. If you are fond of ethnic collections, click the link below and see what it looks like behind the scenes.