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Madrid Fashion Week 2018: the best and worst of the third day of the Madrid catwalk

We continue to discover the trends of the next season. The third day of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid He has left us designs for all tastes, some more successful than others. The sensuality of Andrés Sardá, the romanticism of The 2nd Skin Co. and the classic elegance of Roberto Torretta and Roberto Verino have been accompanied by the color of Custo Barcelona and the wildest side of Malne This has been the best and worst of the third day of the #MBFWM Madrid.

The best of the day

Andrés Sardá

Like every edition, Andrés Sardá It is responsible for putting the sexiest and spiciest touch on the catwalk. Lace overalls, dresses plumeti, jewel sets, bustiers, bodys, lingerie that is adorned with rhinestones ... unique, feminine and very sensual pieces that are part of this provocative new collection made to seduce. Rosanna Zanetti, who just got married to David Bisbal, has climbed the catwalk with a look Very striking and sexy prison.

The 2nd Skin Co

Juan Carlos Fernández and Antonio Burillo, The 2nd Skin Co, They have created a collection based on a night garden, full of light and color. The volumes are again the protagonists and we see them in garments oversize, large ties, maxi ruffles that move smoothly over minimal lines and puffed shoulder finishes.

Models made in mikados, emblematic of the brand, paillettes, embroidered lace guipures, embroidered sequins on tweed and silks. All in a range of green, nude, pink, light blue and raw colors.

Roberto Torreta

Anita Pallenberg, the Rolling Stones girlfriend, and a style icon, is the inspiration for Roberto Torretta For your new collection. The designer covers the life of the Italian actress, model and designer, merging past and present perfection mixing the style glam rock with touches neo hippies

The collection features leather garments, their specialty, pieces in green and neutral tones, short and long jackets, sophisticated skirts of blue and gray stripes as well as straight low-rise pants. There is also a lack of floral and plaid fabrics, white lace and brown and gray chiffon.

Roberto Verino

Roberto Verino breaks slightly with its classicism and surprises us with cut designs oversize silk, lurex and paillettes Of course, many of the models are more tight, they are the most romantic, especially in dresses whose source of inspiration has been love. White, brocade, metallic, garnet, green and black plaid prints are responsible for dressing the Fall-Winter 2018 collection.

Custo Barcelona

The mixture of tissues, striking asymmetries and the look futuristic are the big bets of Custo Barcelona. True to his risky and daring style, Custo Dalmau offers us very young avant-garde garments, loaded with color and with a predominance of metallic and sequins. Very sexy mini dresses, striking openings and tops with extra dose of sensuality in metallic, blue, red and orange.

The least successful of the day

Malne

The wildest side of the day has set it Malne Paloma Álvarez and Juanjo Mández have presented a collection of impossible mixes where the leopard print is the protagonist and thread of the entire exhibition. Feathers with frills, print animal with maxi ties and a lot of volume with a touch of seventies, have been the most baroque styles of the day. Risky and complicated garments to wear, most made in silk taffeta.

Devota & Lomba

Modesto Lomba has been inspired by the lightness of a dandelion. The result is that of a sober and minimalist collection of sleeves with a lot of volume and some detail of flowers superimposed on the tone of the model. Creations, somewhat bland, in dusty colors, a touch of red and the classic black, only available in party dresses made in sequins.

Maria Ke Fisherman

In Maria Ke Fisherman, The firm led by María and Víctor, we find hand-woven garments that draw a universe of psychedelic color and form casual pieces that coexist with more sober garments in dark tones. The cuts form a duality in which rounded silhouettes, reminiscent of the beginnings of the movement hippie, They mix with futuristic influence cuts. The fabrics are also futuristic, since they are committed to technological fabrics that evolve according to body and environmental temperature.

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