Caption: "This model wears a creation by Jefferson de Assis during the Sao Paulo Fashion Week in Sao Paulo." (pic HT)
Jefferson de Assi is clearly a friend of women everywhere, designing practical, everyday wear for the woman on the go. It's also awesome because apparently, "Sao Paulo Fashion Week" is held in "Sao Paulo". I like the tie-in.
And it's cool be because this woman maintains a look of elegance and attitude, despite being, you know, sucked into a sousaphone.
I'm told haute couture designers' creations rarely become, in toto, street wear at the consumer level. Rather, distilled, less-dramatic versions reach common fashion. So this particular outift may not make it as-is.
I think we can expect, for the fall, women to wear outfits portraying an attack by smaller brass instruments, like the trombone, or, obviously, flugelhorn.