Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week. Fall/Winter 2011/2012 collections.

-Martin Lamothe:

Wonderful shapes and prints. The selection of colors was simple and clean, still great.

-Carlos Díez:

He used black and metal in a different way, it wasn't agressive at all. Long dresses huge sleeves, and wool garments.


The prints were awesome. The shapes were very minimal. Everything but skinny jeans, making a very japanese silhouette, with wide sleeves and black, grey, white and beige as the palette of colors used in the colelction. The design of the bags hanging from a piece of wood made the look.

-Ana Locking:

I would describe this show as a contemporary greek lady. Long dresses full of pleats, mixing with wool coats and shiny pants, using different pieces of cloth for the same garment, in plane colors.


This show did the 30's look. Plane colors and very elegant shapes, high wasted pants and skirts, gloves and turbans.


A very dynamic show from Lemoniez. Very simple dresses with great prints that made them special.

-Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada:

As always, the funniest, happiest and most colorful show. Crazy shapes and colors that only Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada is able to show.

-Photographs: Vogue Spain.
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