This week has been the MBFW in Madrid, and it hasn’t left anyone indifferent! As lovers and members of the Spanish fashion Industry, Arena Martinez couldn´t miss any of the shows in this latest edition, and we want to share with you one of our favorites.
The designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada had the honor of opening this edition. As an indisputable symbol of her brand, she presents a proposal full of color, volume and surreal inspirations, which will transport you to a universe of fantasy and positivity.
In his collection, Andrés Sarda presented a combination of ski slopes and delicate lingerie, including coats, padded garments and fur boots. Dulceida was the undisputed star of the catwalk, who opened and closed the show with two incredible looks.
Without taking gender or temporality into account, Pablo Erroz presented his annual collection. It, was full of color and the mix materials, concluding the parade with a live performance that made it even more magical.
On the second day, Isabel Sanchís presented a sophisticated and sensual collection, focused on today’s woman. Full of volumes, transparencies, and a mixture of materials and textures, we could see an elegant combination of black with warmer and more autumnal tones.
Roberto Torretta showed us that art and fashion can be closely linked, taking the works of Egon Schiele as inspiration for the chromatic choice of his tailoring garments and party dresses. An idea that we undoubtedly have very much in mind at Arena Martinez.
Brands such as Hannibal Laguna, Duarte and Teresa Helbing, were also part of this second day of Fashion Week.
Odette Alvarez transformed the catwalk into a fantasy world full of bright colors, sequins and garments worthy of a fairy tale, while Maya Hansen surprised us with a collection based on upcycling and circular economy, with a show worthy of preceding a sports match.
Claro Couture presented elegant looks, with maxi accessories and hats. Its degraded designs with sequins were the star garments of the show.
On the last day of the event, young Spanish designers had the opportunity to show their designs thanks to the AllianzEGO program, a space to give visibility and support to national talent.
From Arena Martinez, we want to congratulate all the participants for their excellent work and dedication, as well as for continuing to be part of this great community that is Spanish fashion.
In addition, we are especially excited to announce that on March 22, we will be the one who will celebrate the catwalk of our Budapest collection, in the Espacio Abanca, located at Serrano 45. What a desire to show you the new designs!