The other side of Laia Roca
080 Designers
Wednesday, 17 April
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Interview by: Maria Almenar.   Laia Roca is a woman of few words who knows, however, how to keep smiling. She is a direct and concise person who talks straight with a sharp tongue and never beats about the bush. Laia designs for Who, her alter ego in fashion since 2000. “Who...
Sports fashion bursts on the streets
New Blood
Tuesday, 16 April
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Sports fashion arrives on the streets and gets, in part, detached from exercising. The new trend advocates the comfort of this kind of garments and vindicates a new way of pounding the pavement without loosing a hint of style and design. Far from the ‘tracksuit and heels’ —it may come back...
From the suburbs to the catwalk
Trends
Tuesday, 16 April
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The bomber jacket takes over the catwalk. Traditionally related to the suburbs, this garment, that has been monopolized by the princesses from the block, is now a must have for the most elitist it girls. In silk, printed, with oriental motifs, brocades, embroidery or sequins, the bomber and...
Guillem Pou’s hare-braineds
New Blood
Monday, 15 April
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‘And they, hare-brained by the sea’ is the suggestive title with which the young designer Guillem Pou has named his new collection of women’s fashion. The work has been created with the premise of using the handcrafted bobbin lace elaborated by professionals from Arenys de Mar, his hometown. The...
Tuxedo Code
Trends
Saturday, 13 April
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Yves Saint Laurent‘s classic is reinterpreted and comes back to stay in women’s wardrobes for some seasons. Firms such as Dior, Lanvin, Balmain or Stella McCartney offer, for this spring/summer 2013, their own updated versions of the traditional tuxedo. Ultra-feminine lines stay still at the new...
We're so wood
Object&Subject
Thursday, 11 April
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Object: Palens Subject: Òscar Palencia   Palens glasses have broken the mould. After little over six months of being in the market, they have already travelled around the world accompanying their creator, Òscar Palencia. The firm has become the flagship of this young...
Wavy volume
Trends
Friday, 5 April
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Frills take up the catwalks and reappear in different shapes and sizes —some of them with an extra dramatic effect— with the mission of conquering skirts and dresses mainly. Wavy details add volume to the silhouette, movement and femininity. Whether they are folk style and decorative or minimalist...
Trends
Thursday, 28 March
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The rustic trend, accompanied by the philosophy of recycling, arrives at the fashion event ready to stay the whole spring/summer 2013. The return to the traditions is expressed in fashion through crafts and traditional techniques in natural fabrics: plaits, compositions in raffia, crochet, etc....
The other side of Manuel Bolaño
080 Designers
Friday, 22 March
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Interview by: Maria Almenar.   Manuel Bolaño is quite introverted, but he has an inner life that is full of contradictions, nostalgic memories and experiences that forge his personality. He is an organised chaos, the canalised creativity and the rational experimentation. That is...
Bond&Burlington, bow tie masters
Object&Subject
Wednesday, 20 March
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Object: Bond&Burlington Subject: Javier G. Arozena and Adán Yenerich   Spring has come and tie bows flutter their wings in the wardrobe to nest on the most stylish collars. At least that is the aim of the creative duo formed by the dancer Javier G. Arozena and his partner, the architect...

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