28 Jun 2018 - 00:00

After knowing the winners of the 22nd edition of the 080 Barcelona Fashion catwalk, Custo Barcelona has been in charge of closing the last day of shows at the Sant Pau Modernist Enclosure. The fashion brand founded by Custo Dalmau has presented “Yes, this is me!”, a ready to buy collection for autumn-winter 2018-19 aimed at a woman who wants to express her individuality and drive. Creativity and innovation define a proposal with bold designs for the new generation.
Earlier in the morning, childrenswear has been the focus on the 080 Barcelona Fashion runway with Boboli. The Catalan brand has shown “Alaskan Tribes”, another ready to buy collection that, in this case, invites the audience on a trip to cold landscapes where knit pieces, thick textures and plush jackets keep us warm.
The next brand on the runway has been Aubergin. The womenswear brand has introduced “Trip the light fantàstic”, a collection inspired by the hippie trail of the sixties that features genderless designs, wide silhouettes and mix&match prints.

Ester Ferrando has closed the morning fashion shows with “Sunset in Paradise”, a collection inspired by a dreamy sunset in Cartagena de Indias. With this beautiful starting point, the proposal is both bohemic and romantic, with knitwear as the main element along with jacquards that evoke tropical plants.
In the afternoon, Maite by Lola Casademunt has presented “Beach Club” for spring-summer 2019. The collection looks to the Mediterranean coastline and translates it into colorful and casual designs, with dots, tropical and animal prints.

Naulover has followed on the 080 runway with “Matelot”, a navy inspired collection that pays homage to the origins of the brand and its founder, passioned for boats –as the name of the brand suggests-. White, blue and navy style define a collection that transports us on a trip to new worlds and that also includes nighttime designs, with maxi and midi skirts and dresses in pink, yellow and sparkling fabrics with paillettes and lurex.