Madrid, Sep 13 (EFE) .- Madrid’s fashion week has started with a Roberto Verino fashion show in the heart of Castellana making the city and its passersby participate in the event, to continue with a walk through the art of García Madrid, which has joined his proposals for men’s tailoring in full color.
The Eduardo Dato bridge, in the heart of Paseo de la Castellana, has been the place chosen by Verino to present his proposal for autumn winter 2021/22, Urban Nomadism, a way of showing that “the staging can be different”. told Efe minutes before starting an itinerant parade, because throughout the day it will move to the IED Carabanchel and the Arganzuela Bridge.
With the experience that marks the time dedicated to a profession that he is passionate about, Roberto Verino (Verín, 1945), about to turn 40 years of design, wants to continue “innovating, linking fashion to the city and its people” and offering an answer to their immediate needs, one reason why the garments that are paraded on the street today are already in their stores.
In each of the destinations, he raises different proposals, with a collection in which he demonstrates the “nomadic spirit of today’s society, with incredible dynamism, where collections are no longer the trend in fashion.”
It is committed to quality designs, with refined cuts, “sustainable, that last over time, which allows creating an emotional wardrobe”, with pieces with which “live many experiences”, argues the Galician designer.
And for this, it raises trench coats, cardigans, and capes in timeless, neutral colors, mixing sand with camel or the grays of a wool skirt with a vest. Vertebra padded vests and sweatshirts for more informal hooded days and leave the intensity of red for the night
“They are functional, simple garments, a fashion that you defend over the years and that allows you not to go like everyone else.”
With fashion he also wants to transmit values and feelings of happiness “it is a reflection of how good you are with yourself because what you look transmits what you feel and what you want to make you feel”, he points out.
At the end of the afternoon, fashion and art will go hand in hand thanks to García Madrid (Villacarrillo-Jaen, 1970) who presents at the Caylus Gallery a collection of “daring” men’s tailoring, with impeccable seams, where through a “performance “Conceived by Dani Pannullo Theater Co., dance is also part of the show.
With the feeling that men’s fashion is in the background, he puts all the meat on the spit and tireless push in a collection “vindictive with which to put men’s fashion in value,” he told Efe.
Contemporary pieces for spring-summer 2022 that offer “freedom of movement”, a contemporary tailoring that combines with sporty touches where color is more present than in other collections “in search of optimism”.
Blue from the sea and the sky, sand, red and mauve tones of the Toledo sunsets color organic cottons, recycled rustic wool or fibers such as linen and hemp.
And sweeping novelties like a kimono shirt or the daring combination of tennis shorts with tux jackets.