Menswear Trends, Sport Influences and Handcrafting Techniques Reached Their Pinnacle This Second Day of Colombiamoda 2016 - Press Room - Inexmoda

Menswear Trends, Sport Influences and Handcrafting Techniques Reached Their Pinnacle This Second Day of Colombiamoda 2016 - Press Room - Inexmoda

Menswear Trends, Sport Influences and Handcrafting Techniques Reached Their Pinnacle This Second Day of Colombiamoda 2016 - Press Room - Inexmoda

July 2016 Wella Professionals, Max Factor and Sally Hansen were in charge of styling the models that participated in this fashion component. , The second day of Colombiamoda left us a big display of creativity, but most of all, the feeling of having witnessed a well-established, refined tradeshow thanks to the designers who participate in this fashion event that year after year and nurtures with the design statements presented in Non-Stop Fashion a la Colombian a and in the renowned fashion shows.

With a stimulating, contemporary show , Carlo Carroza told the story of an Oriental woman in a journey to India, and he was the one in charge of o pening the program in Non-Stop Colombian Fashion. In this collection, the designer has played with the customary ways of wearing clothing and created a versatile wardrobe that adapts to women's needs. The shirts morphed into skirts and skirts morphed into shirts. Leah Fraser was the benchmark for colors and graphics, which took the form of a fanciful paradise. The audience experienced an authentic expression of freedom and art in this space.

The menswear brand Whitman presented with a collection in which his sustainable work practices and affordable luxury philosophy was reflected. Inspired by Caspar David Friedrich's painting, Wanderer above the Sea of ​​Fog , presented cloth in earthy colors that conveyed a military and traditional tailoring influence. An avant-garde concept, yet quite contemporary.

The itinerary continues with the collection presented by Infashion , in which designer Andrea Landa rendered homage to the Glam Rock icons that inspired her through traditional Colombian techniques. Leather and its byproducts were the main focus and the hard-lined silhouettes also stood out. A game between light and shadow, heavy versus light materials was the consistent element in the pieces. In the afternoon, a group of 11 Appicaps

New Balance + Pilate participated with the sportswear and amazed the audience with a collection inspired on sports trends, one of the strongest this season. The New Balance has become "it items", and this time they appeared along with neutral tone looks of Pilatos brand.

With a staging where the main focus was femininity, passion and craftwork, Andres Pajon presented his collection Spring-Summer 2017 , in partnership with the Carousel magazine and Banco de Bogotá . The inspiration and collaborative effort with the Embera and Kuna communities let the assistants get a glimpse of the sensual and suggestive pieces with organic textures and sensations. And, like it was expected, the flowy silhouette was the bell of the ball. La Libertad, Oropendola , and Natalia Melguizo were in charge of the accessories.

Jon Sonen, the brand from Barranquilla , Colombia, paid tribute to Gabriel Garcia Marquez by setting an atmosphere on the runway that evoked and captured a collection with magical references: Caribbean clothes, linen guayabera with handmade embroidery and manual patterns invigorated this show. Magic realism took over the fashion shows.

The expected big finale for this day was in charge of Johanna Ortiz.

Eccru, nude color, jade and aqua blended with red, blue and jade green to create vibes, inspired by the sea waves, through the movement of the strips. Also, handmade ornaments in fabrics, guipure laces, silks, cracked linen and mesh were emphasized. This was a collection with ultra feminine, seductive and romantic silhouettes, which ratify the place the designer has earned worldwide.

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