Beyond the variation of fashion and trends, the signature of this 2019 edition is a precise concept of Couture, where the rediscovery of individual aesthetic values that move away from uniformity, the spasmodic attention to detail and the ability to interpret the spirit of the moment result in a return of tailoring, highlighting their uniqueness.
Marchesa / Julia Kontogruni / Carla Ruíz
On Carlo Pignatelli‘s fashion show we can see impeccable cuts on the runway, both for men and women, the result of cutting-edge construction processes and exclusive workmanship.
For Inmaculada García the classic, hand-made sewing work prevails, celebrated with reinterpretations of bodices with rods, necklines with sleeves and volumes built inside the skirts, while Isabel Sanchis gives life to graceful architectures with crispy fabrics, worked with artisan techniques that enhance and perfect the dress.
Inmaculada García / Isabel Sanchís / Inmaculada García
The Ramón Sanjurjo collection, created in the name of research and a careful selection of fabrics, is the essence of a sophisticated style and attention to detail. “The art of fashion”, according to Simone Marulli, combines all those moments in which the idea is born, developed and executed. It is the fertile moment of the artist who, in a series of seemingly unimportant or almost automatic gestures, flows into the final act of the creative project.
Simone Marulli / Ramón Sanjurjo / Simone Marulli
Commitment, knowledge and passion for their work are the essential values brought to the runway. Thanks to the rediscovery of traditions, the genius of designers and the manual skills of tailors and embroiderers, neo-couture is born, creating works of art for an increasingly heterogeneous public.
Fely Campo / Yolancris / Marches
By Elisa Nascimbene to Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week