MBFWM 2019: second day of Madrid fashion worst

MBFWM 2019

MBFWM 2019

We continue with the second day of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid. This one is loaded with new features and designers, after starting yesterday with the Samsung Ego and Moisés Nieto. Today it is the turn of giants like Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, The 2nd Skin Co or Hannibal Laguna. This has been the best and the worst of this Friday fashionable cargadito in the Spanish capital

MBFWM 2019
MBFWM 2019

It seems that the designer wanted to review the history of fashion that has marked his career. Because in his collection we see clear inspirations of Dior’s New Look, Balenciaga’s patterns and even eighties airs with those blouses with ruffled shoulder pads. Of course, all marked with flowers, infarction necklines and transparencies. An artist who has made fashion his trade and who, without risking or leaving his style, always wins.
And then The 2nd Skin came, with its pastel colors that have already become its hallmark. Ruffles, glitter, velvet and bows parade in order in this catwalk fantasy. And for the night the total black, with feathers, transparencies and minidresses that remind a lot of Saint Laurent. Wonder!

Madrid fashion
Madrid fashion

Roberto Verino brings us the most chic safari, with a very relaxed and effortless summer collection. Linen garments, utility style, cargo pants, pockets and zippers are the editorial line of this parade. All in neutral tones, such as beige, khaki and denim. We love the fusion of working and military look that she has made, with dresses and overalls that promise to be the most next season.

Duyos has been a return to Spain through its regional classes, said in the best of the senses. Because the designer has taken the Spanish costumes from different places as a starting point, dressing them with sequins, glitters, feathers and satin. One marvel after another that has become the best choice for guests we have seen in this edition of MBFWM.
This has been the parade that has opened the day, with a very futuristic look. This makes reference to the story of Kaspar Hauser, a German boy who lived in captivity until he was 16 years old. The collection talks about the coldness, the disconnection and the communicative distancing that current society is living, absorbed (with biker helmets) in our own problems. A very deep metaphor for a somewhat chaotic proposal, which jumps from the metallic ones to the lace, the tulle or the suits with shoulder pads.

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