So far, 2019 is definitely the year of sustainable fashion. And this summer, instead of buying fast-fashion swimwear and accessories, you can do your bit for the planet and still look fabulous and on-trend at the same time.Read More
If you haven’t gone on your summer beach holiday yet, and you are starting to agonise over the perfect tans and perfectly coordinated summer looks flooding Instagram feeds and fashion magazines, it is time to stop worrying, all is most definitely not lost and you too can look like a summer beach Goddess by following a few simple guidelines.Read More
Definitely menswear was full of surprises at Feria Moda TFE this weekend, which saw classic tailoring guru Nestor Rodriquez interpret an up to date atheistic. Incorporating a diagonal buttoning waistcoat on his 3 piece suit was just the au d'œuvre of what was to follow.Read More
Spain's 'Costura Espana' association promotes bridal, cocktail and evening wear thats made 100% in Spain. Into its second edition it was a serious selection of design power and quality coming down the catwalk
Hannibal Laguna, Fernando Claro, Eduardo Acquaroni, Ruben Perlotti, Juan Carlos Armas, Sedomir Rodríguez de la Sierra, Diseños Amarca, Elena Rubio, Juan Roga, Arcadio Domínguez, Ogadenia Díaz, Tony Bonet, Ibimoda, Piluca Bayarri y Luis Ferrer were the designers showcasing in this edition.
I was seriously pushed to select my favourites... but then I thought, which ones can I not live without? .... definitely not any of these!!
All photographs by Santiago Ladeiro
There definitively is a wedding feeling already in the air! So it was super exciting to see some gorgeous creations from a selection of very creative designers on the runway this past weekend at TenerifeModa. These are some of my favourite pieces.
This very clever design by Javilar picks a difficult piece to design, the wedding pant suit, giving it not only a vintage 1920's air but making it immensely versatile too by adding a throw off cape and skirt.
Of course the pant suit is not everybody's cup of tea and the opulence of the Baroque style lace piece by Disenos Amarca brings out the Borghese even in me. Styled of course with those fantastic bejewelled clip on hair accessories, so Renaissance!
Traditionally though, its White as a first colour choice and Juan Carlos Armas traditional couture gowns do hit the right spot between glamour and elegance. After all, we all LOVE a train.