MANUEL BOLAÑO BRINGS THE 2ND DAY OF SHOWS TO A CLOSE AT 080 BARCELONA FASHION

Designers
2 Feb 2016 - 00:00

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Manuel Bolaño has brought the second day of shows to close at the Catalan catwalk with his collection “Oh Judy I need your love”, which he has presented through an audiovisual performance, in the same high level of his acclaimed collections.

The action, however, has begun in the morning with the double show by Krizia Robustella and Pablo Erroz. The first one has presented “Black Street” for next autumn-winter 2016-17, a proposal true to her essence as it is inspired by the rap culture of the eighties and nineties in New York. The sport deluxe aesthetics is again on the 080 catwalk combined now with sophisticated touches as Robustella looks to the high-class rappers and introduces lavish fur coats in colors like navy blue, grey, black and white.
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Pablo Erroz has been the next one on the runway with his collection for men and women “Perception”. The artistic transition of the seventies and eighties is the starting point for a line that presents a New Wave feeling and is dominated by oversize structured silhouettes. Leather, bambula, wool, viscose, cotton, lame and pvc are some of the materials used in a sober color palette in navy, junior grey, soft beige, pirate black, tangerine and tango.
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Afterwards, Punto Blanco has presented “Cinematic”, inspired by cinema, a world where fantasy and reality are mixed up to surprise and touch the audience. It’s a leitmotiv related to their collaboration with Warner Bros and the première of the “Batman and Superman” movie, whose two iconic comic superheroes are the inspiration throughout the collection.
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Txell Miras
has been in charge of bringing the morning shows to a close with her proposal “Conventual” for autumn-winter 2016-17. The solemnity and austerity of the religious uniform is the starting point for a collection that reinvents this aesthetics from a contemporary point of view. Wool, jacquard, neoprene, viscose and pleats are some of the fabrics and techniques that Miras uses in a line which is both simple and mysterious declined in black, grey and brown.
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In the afternoon, Mirian Ponsa has opened the runway with “Aviators”, a proposal where she wants to reflect on the “desire to fly”. Thus, we’ve seen designs that remind us of the origins of aviation and pay homage to the female pioneers: brave women who broke the conventions of the time and wore masculine clothes, like oversize garments. Ribbons and elastic bands have been the main characters alongside the multiple zippers.
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Escorpion has followed on the runway with “Ultramar”, a collection inspired by the unknown and the dreams, and the mix of these two distant worlds has resulted in masculine trousers, Hindu evening gowns, skirts to the ankles and others patterned ones with volume.
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Finally, Sita Murt has presented “Freedom’s mood”, a dialogue between woman’s sensuality and the androgynous urban looks that takes its influence from icons of the seventies like Ali McGraw. We’ve seen long dresses with delicate embroideries; sheer shirts combined with knitwear, capes with graphic motifs and cocoon-coats. Traditional brown hues are mixed with sophisticated reds while ecru and nude bring some light to the collection.