Manuel Bolaño closes the penultimate day of 080 Barcelona Fashion

Designers
3 Jul 2014 - 00:00
Manuel Bolaño. Spring-Summer 2015
Manuel Bolaño was in charge of closing the penultimate day of the 080 Barcelona Fashion catwalk. Always with a story as a starting point, this creator presented ‘El chico de ojos tristes’ (The Boy of the Sad Eyes), a collection that is inspired by the feelings arisen during adolescence. 

 

Celia Vela opened the afternoon 080 session showing her proposals for next spring/summer. She banks on sequin culottes as the star pieces for womenswear. Skirts and cotton, tulle or satin shorts also stand out in the collection. For men, she proposes hooded jerseys and baggy trousers. The colour palette of the range goes from grey to navy blue, bluish grey and beige. 
 

Krizia Robustella. Spring-Summer 2015

 

Krizia Robustella continued with the shows presenting ‘Miami Riot’, a fun collection that tells the story of a criminal gang having a holiday in Miami. Its fresh outfits show a clear inspiration in the 80s. Offering a striking show in which the models were covered with balaclavas, Robustella unveiled a colourful range that includes baggy ankle trousers and oversized padded-shoulder blazers for men and midi-skirts and padded T-shirts for women. 

 

The duo Zazo&Brull (Clara Brull and Javier Zazo) presented their new collection ‘RESET’. Far from the romantic and sinister trademark of the brand, they got inspired by the Native Americans image for this range. 

 

On her part, designer Natalie Capell presented ‘Viento’ (Wind), a collection of dresses and combinations of pieces in light fabrics, tulles and silks, as well as knitting, all in pale colours and with transparencies. 

 

Zazo&Brull. Spring-Summer 2015

 

Brain&Beast showcased the 8th part of their Décalogue, entitled ‘Misfit’, a word that is linked to the underground culture appeared in the second half of the 20th century that opposed WWII and integrated cultural movements such as the Beat Generation. These trio of designers presented an ‘anti-upper class and rebel collection that defies somehow the limits of the moral and good taste, and turns the lacks into virtues and the flaws into style features’. 

 

The firms Punto Blanco and Slazenger and designer Guillermina Baeza were the protagonists of the morning session. 

 

Punto Blanco opened the shows with ‘Past Meets Future in Miami’. Under such an evokative title, the collection is dominated by saturated and lively colours with metallised finishes. The footwear company Aro and the handbag brand Xaus Igualada collaborated with Punto Blanco’s collection. Slazenger took the baton of the show and presented an urban-spirit collection with updated designs. 

 

Guillermina Baeza has been responsible for closing the morning session with "Le Voyage". As the protagonist of the film "Midnight in Paris" Baeza travels to Paris from Woody Allen magic to introduce a vintage collection, present in swimsuits, bikinis and triquinis with legs, bare backs with bows, and draped strategic openings. All to configure a retro silhouette and, simultaneously, of the century. Highlights inlaid metallic crochet, jacquard fabrics and floral prints. The colors of the collection are mauve, orange, brown, gray, green and dark blue.