Sophie et Voilà
There are voluminous shoulders and gigot sleeves, balloon-shaped and exaggerated volumes with clear references to the 80s, designed by Sophie Et Voilà and Inmaculada García.
Surprising constructions, and delicate structures of explosive drapery and fabrics will be appearing on the catwalks presented by Sedomir Rodriguez, Isabel Zapardiez, Yolancris, Pronovias and Carlo Pignatelli.
Sedomir Rodríguez de la Sierra / Isabel Zapardíez / Yolancris / Pronovias / Carlo Pignatelli
The 90s make their appearance with unexpected and eccentric manufacturing (Carla Ruiz), origami sleeves (Isabel Sanchis) or bulky on the shoulders and tight at the wrists, in the typical ‘leg-of-mutton’ shape (Pronovias and Yolancris).
Carla Ruiz / Isabel Sanchis / Pronovias / Yolancris
All styles are present: ‘bishop’ sleeves (Rosa Clará), ‘camicia’ (Aire Barcelona), peasant (The Atelier), and ‘Juliet’ sleeves, in honour of the famous Shakespearean heroine (Julia Kontogruni).
Rosa Clará / Aire Barcelona / The Atelier / Julia Kontogruni
We see a medieval style from Pronovias, flounce from Lorena Panea, and butterfly (The Atelier) or open (Fely Campo).
Pronovias / Lorena Panea / The Atelier / Fely Campo
Small, puffed, in lace (Flora), with floral appliquéd embroidery (Marchesa) or crystal embroidery (Demetrios), sleeves which frame the shoulders and give elegance to low necklines, all bringing a pleasant surprise with each collection.
Marchesa / Flora / Demetrios
By Elisa Nascimbene for Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week