Brazillian Gustavo Lins studied to be an architect, and would be designing dwellings today if his professor hadn't asked him to reconsider which materials he'd rather be working with - glass and steel or linen and silk? Fashioned from the most exclusive fabrics - cashmere, silk jersey, cool wool, wool crepe and softest lambskin - Gustavo Lins' clothes are quietly luxurious. He apprenticed with Galliano, Lecoanet Hemant, Gaultier Couture, and alongside Balenciaga's chef d'atélier, teaching Lins the rigors of cut, the importance of fit, and instilled in him a love of fine fabrics.
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