Inspired by the music and dance genre that was born in Pará and that mixes Portuguese and African elements, Maria Fernanda presents in the Carimbó series, pieces that mix techniques from three different regions and that have already been present in her professional journey, in previous collections.
In this line, the designer pays homage to these activities through new readings, merging what she learned and experienced during her immersions in Brazil.
“There are so many artisans around the country, why not add them up? Exchanging information, telling stories, sharing knowledge, understanding that we are all the same, regardless of color, gender or belief is essential for cultural enrichment and for society itself. ”
Tucumã straw from Urucureá Community, in Pará - Brazil Work from Galeria Yankatu, São Paulo - Brazil