The third day of MBFDZ continued on an Italian note. For this evening, I went for an asymmetrical white skirt, a long white blazer, black cami top and Alexander Wang x H&M heels. But let’s talk about the show.
Studio Pretzel opened the evening with a collection of causal wear. One strong feature for men’s wear is the diversity of patterns.
Then, Vivetta splashed us with colors for the next season. The attention to details also won us over, like the collar in the shape of two joining hands or the spring-ish embroideries. The femininity and playfulness of the collection stood out like a blast of fresh air straight from Italy to the catwalk.
Complete change of mood with Di Liborio who had models appearing to run the world against a background of live music played by a band. He presented statement leather pieces and LOTS of fringe details. His collection has a rock vibe with Bohemian notes mixed in.
Finally, I was eager to see what Costume National put together for next spring-summer. If you are looking for suede pieces, you’re well served here! The models paraded with slick and chic dark palette looks, each more splendid than the other. As a shoe maniac, I couldn’t miss the large heels with a buckle at the ankle – totally my style! I also spotted a suede black V-neck top with a large belt marking the waist line.
Well, well, we haven’t even gone through winter and my wish list for spring-summer 2015 is already packed. Time to start saving up!
Wearing: Mango blazer / Zara top / H&M skirt / Alexander Wang x H&M heels / Giorgio Armani clutch