Ailanto, María Barros, Roberto Verino, Roberto Torretta, Rabaneda, Victorio & Lucchino, Angel Schlesser and Aristocrazy.
Ailanto´s proposal mix, as usually, painting inspired patterns, like flowers and geometric prints in warm colours. I´d highlight the wool coats, in coral pink and lavander, so as the vibrant blue.
María Barros plays a jazz collection quite excesive, that take us back to the 40´s. I´d highlight the jewell gloves and the midi skirt shilouette. I´d forget about the head pieces, that emphasized the volumes. The thing is that I love turbants and these were made by Monic, whose accesorizes are really special, but I think the result was too overdone.
Roberto Verino and Roberto Torreta, make a great fur treatment in outer clothing like shoulders, sleeves and necks, mixing materials and updating conventional pieces like trenchs and coats. Verino inspired in the 70´s, and Torretta, in the urban atmosphere, reinventing leather.
Rabaneda belongs to the new generation. He presented an urban-sporty styled collection, that works. Shocking materials like neoprene, leather and velvet that create a modern look, in structured cuts.
Victorio & Lucchino give it a twist, presenting a much more conceptual collection, that we´re not used to. It seems a new interpretation of the 20´s, in a woman worker context, in greys and blacks that make us forget about the light and flowers of previous collections.
Angel Schlesser, in continous line, presents simple shilouettes with a male touch. The rescue of the hooded coat, and oversized coats in red, black and camel. The bicolour black and white or red and black, turns into monochromatic looks.
Aristocrazy shows medieval inspiration in kind fof shields collars and shoulder armour details.