Madrid, Sep 15 (EFE) .- The Atelier Couture bridal and couture runway ends its sixth edition by once again showing its proposals in face-to-face format at the Palacio de Santoña in Madrid, where emerging and established designers have presented their collections.
With craftsmanship, signature fashion and tailoring processes that pamper the detail by flag, the sixth edition of Atelier Couture vindicates Spanish couture from the heart of Madrid, in a day that has included the presentations of Isla Bonita Moda, the Association of the Bridal Sector (ASN) and a final parade with representation of each firm participating in the edition.
The opening of the first day of the catwalk was led by Benjamin Friman, who took the actress Belén Rueda onto the catwalk in transgressive and futuristic cuts. The sophisticated silhouettes of Silvia Fernández, Lorena Formoso and Luisa Monzón also began this event, in contrast to the footwear of Blanca Blázquez, who draws on Reiki references as inspiration.
In proposals that took risks and were right to dissociate themselves from traditional cuts for guests, the firms Brea and Esther Noriega landed at the Palace of Santoña with an explosion of colors, fabrics and avant-garde silhouettes, which have come out on the catwalk in agile and marked rhythms, followed by De la Cierva and Nicolás as the culmination of the first day.
The second day kicked off with the choral parade of the Association of the Bridal Sector, which has displayed a variety of designers with styles among which baroque-inspired cuts and silhouettes converge and others where drapes and mermaid-cut dresses have been protagonists.
The designer Guillermo Román, in charge of Candelas y Felipa or the designer Isabel Núñez, for whom Beatriz Tajuelo has taken the catwalk, are some of the creators who have presented their pieces in this framework chaired by Saray Seca, who has claimed the The need to “value professionals in the bridal sector”.
Isla Bonita Moda, from the Canary Islands, presented the collections of the designer Jesús Gutiérrez, who in a commitment to tulle and XL volumes has presented a range of intense tones, which has been followed by the Pomeline collection, in classic silhouettes ranging from two-piece suits to long dresses.
Canarian fashion has put the full stop with Diazar, in a rich collection of elegant transparencies, sequins and sparkles in natural tones and sophisticated silhouettes.
In homage to the Barrio de las Letras, where the catwalk is located, the sixth edition of Atelier Couture closed its doors with a choral parade, in which two designs by each of the participating designers put the final touch on the face-to-face return of an event that becomes indispensable in the calendar of fashion shows in Spain.
Shouting “long live Spanish couture”, models and designers have come from the Palace of Santoña to the Plaza De Santa Ana, where with a final photo in front of the facade of the Spanish Theater they have put an end to this sixth edition.
By María Muñoz Rivera