MBFWM 12-13 // Victorio & Lucchino sin Jon K
Después de la agotada jornada en la MBFWM, hoy os he preparado un post muy completo, donde os contare el primer desfile al que acudí ayer, en los siguientes post mas desfiles y mucho mas sobre esta MBFWM:
Deciros que en mi opinión un desfile de mucha categoría, pero que sigo sin ver que aporte nada nuevo, ninguna tendencia nueva a la moda española. Y sentir con toda mi pena, la ausencia de Jon K.
¿Que os parece?
After the day in MBFWM exhausted, today I have prepared a very comprehensive post, where I will tell you that the first show I went to yesterday, in the following parades post more and more about this MBFWM:
The first parade Victorio & Lucchino, where we could see the style of the Andalusian Jose Victor Rodriguez Caro and Jose Luis Medina del Corral, inspired by the traditional Chinese dress, qipao.
The designers, who have studied and passed through his sieve this famous Chinese clothing, closed collar, side slits and loose silhouette, presented a collection in which the noble fabrics like chiffon are mixed with other less important as cotton. Together with the Chinese influence, couturiers maintain strength and magic of southern Spain. Proof of this were the shirt dresses that combine traditional lunar with spring flowers.
The common denominator of the collection, championed by the dress of all lengths, have been the many applications of "patchwork", the subtle ruffles and broad patterns. More striking and for the sole purpose of obtaining his personal stamp and its Andalucian, designers put an end to the parade with a bata de cola dress full of "straws", adorned with a colorful Chinese-patterned loop. Such vibrant colors like fuchsia, blue, green and yellow, along with hints of gold, have had the designs presented in this collection.
Tell them that in my opinion a very upscale parade, but I still see that brings nothing new, no new trend in the Spanish fashion. And felt my pain, the absence of Jon K.