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PatBO presents its Fall Winter 24 collection with an immersive experience at New York Fashion Week

Entitled "Femme Frames," the collection draws inspiration from the deepening of feminine essence, empowerment of the modern woman, and her multiple facets.


In its Fall/Winter 24 collection, PatBO blends innovation and tradition, represented by the fusion of technology and the ancient art of handcrafting, resulting in a celebration of the multifaceted nature of the contemporary woman. The collection weaves a tapestry of styles, textures, and influences, reflecting the diverse roles and dynamic spirit of PatBO women.

In "Femme Frames," pieces come to life through fabrics such as embroidered velvet and crepe, presented with laser-cut perforations. Lace provides delicacy and intrinsic mystery. As a counterpoint, hand embroidery symbolizes strength and confidence, revealing the brand's multifaceted DNA. To complement, jersey fabric in maxi quilted jackets adds to beachwear couture, while tulle connects luxurious embroideries and silver crochet stands out with its metallic threads.

Bold silhouettes, detailed crystal work, and luxurious fabrics incorporating strength, resilience, and sophistication take center stage, and with a sober proposal, the color palette is predominantly presented in shades of black and off-white with discreet touches of emerald green.

For footwear, PatBO partnered with Schutz, a brand from the Arezzo&Co group, also known for its global presence, which developed a footwear capsule specially for the presentation. The creative team at Schutz drew inspiration from classic shapes and models to present new shoes in a unique way: The classic pump is reinterpreted with a sculptural heel entirely in reflective material, serving as a mirror to reflect every detail of the clothes. Meanwhile, sandals with ultra-thin straps ensure femininity and sensuality for the feet.

Creative Director Patricia Bonaldi's approach blends artistry and functionality, creating a collection that not only engages with the current fashion scene but also frames its multiple interpretations. Therefore, "Femme Frames" is not just a fashion presentation but a visual narrative that captures the evolution of femininity in the 21st century.

Names like Sofi Tukker, Liz Gilles, Malu Borges, and Alexandre Birman were among the guests at the show, which took place at the Surrogates Court House in NYC and opened with a performance by the award-winning ballet group Joffrey.

Technical Credits:

Creative Direction: Patricia Bonaldi

Casting Direction: Stefanie Stein

Makeup: Stila

Hair: Cutler

Shoes: Schutz

Jewelry: Paola Vilas

Soundtrack: Max Blum

Video: Fabrício Barreto

Photos: BFA


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