080 Trend: Mediterranean Style

Designers
10 Jun 2014 - 00:00
080 Trend: Mediterranean Style
Cultures that bathe the Mediterranean Sea are a source of constant inspiration in fashion summer shows. The sailor style is a classic and so are the many interpretations of the professions related to traditional crafts. The garments stripes, gold buttons, aquatic motifs, the blue tones… make this style a trend that is constantly renewed without losing its essence. Discover the most Mediterranean pieces in the designers and brands collection from the 080 Barcelona Fashion.

 

080 Trend: Mediterranean Style

 

Juan Pedro López inspiration moved to the Greek island of Santorini to experience a truly Mediterranean atmosphere through silhouettes, prints and volumes. Highlights the very feminine and elegant dresses with wide stripes prints combined with other pink pieces of textured flowers. The designer gives a sophisticated point to the collection accompanying the stunning feminine silhouettes with gold accessories and sequins. Furthermore, Desigual is seduced by the thin stripes with the dark-blue and white pairing and the stripes printed in very short dresses without much volume. Finally, the brand of bath and underwear TCN, replaces the blue colour for another one more greenish, evoking a sophisticated and chic look of beach.

 

080 Trend: Mediterranean Style

 

The blue colour of the sea in all its shades is a key factor sailor style. The textile brand Yerse combines it with knitwear for looks that convey a hippy style. Meanwhile, Escorpion sets a chapter of conjuncts inspired by the Mediterranean in a collection inspired by travels and cultures around the world. A less obvious vision of the trend is shared in Manuel Bolaño collection: 'Bleu en Français’, where you can see complements that refer to sea: sailors’ ropes with knots that make the function of belt.

 

080 Trend: Mediterranean Style

 

Men can also adapt this trend to their personal style. Both Maite Albéniz as Josep Abril feature exquisite pieces sprinkled with subtle transparency. The designer works with pastel shades, where details recreate different shapes and lights while Josep Abril combines this texture with others made with tricot reminiscent of fishing nets, typical elements of the costs. Furthermore, Slazenger offers a collection based on simplicity and comfort, with black and white stripes and bended pants.