Custo Barcelona closes the third day of shows at the 080 Barcelona Fashion

Designers
1 Jul 2015 - 00:00

The internationally acclaimed Catalan brand Custo Barcelona has presented a preview of their masculine and feminine collection for next spring-summer 20016 as the end for the third day of shows at the Lluis Companys Olympic Stadium.
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The kick-off of the fashion shows has been earlier in the morning with the newcomers Wom&Now and their collection “Côte d’Azur” inspired by the irresistible and chic French Riviera style. A line which looks back to icons like Jane Birkin with the use of simple and casual pieces in neutral colors with unexpected sheers as one of the key elements.
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Yerse
, a Catalan brand with a long-running textile tradition, has presented later on “Nobody’s Road”. Full of color and wild prints, it has brought positivity and optimism to the runway.
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Afterwards, Pablo Erroz has presented his collection “Symbiosis” for man and woman, who is getting more attention next spring. The pop culture is the starting point but the designer knows how to bring to his own style through clean designs and different layering games: lines, materials and colors. The color palette goes from navy, to pastel blue and yellow, with red, white touches and two prints which complete the collection.
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Krizia Robustella has followed with “After sun” based on the concept “first class bitches”. Translated to the fashion language, the idea is to take the sport deluxe look typical of Robustella into the yacht universe by using colors like pink, orange, green and black as well as sheers and designs à la Chanel. The illustrations by Susana Lopez stand out thanks to their ironic point of view.
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The last  morning show has been Guillermina Baeza and “Sweet years”, a swimwear collection which has a strong seventies feel for the election of prints like wide horizontal lines and big flowers. Although the majority of the presented designs have been plain in a enriched color palette going from ecru to black with intense hues like orange, red and yellow.
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The best fashion has followed in the afternoon. Escorpion has been the first ones to present “Rooftop Garden” which has turned the catwalk into a urban garden. The designer Sybille Horaist imagines a cosmopolitan woman who searches for the harmony between the city and the countryside. Therefore she has presented a line based on comfortable designs in light materials like cotton and viscose perfect for summer days.

Later, it’s been the turn for Celia Vela. The designer from Figueres hasn’t disappointed with a collection inspired by a love story with feminine designs full of sensuality where the necklines –also the backless pieces- have been one of the main elements.
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Brain & Beast
have been the next ones on the runway with the last chapter of their creative Decalogue by the name of “Insomnia”. As usual in this young brand, the setting has surprised the audience with models sporting a harlequin-like make-up and chairs on the catwalk where they dramatized each design. Skirts for both sexes, asymmetries and frills define one of the most bold collection seen so far on the Catalan catwalk.