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Brazilian Designer Carlos Miele Gets Graphic and Bold for Fall

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Fashion's heavy hitters—including Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld—turned up to see Brazilian designer Carlos Miele's fall-winter 2010 collection at Bryant Park. The strong, pure colors he chose for autumn combined with Miele's graphic art influences are distinctly Brazilian—read: sexy, sophisticated, wearable, and chic.
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Bryant Park

Bryant Park, New York, NY