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News Simof 2010

Melisa Lozano: Rockin' SIMOF.

Desfile Melisa Lozano
If there is any designer that promises a spectacle in each of her fashion shows, it's Melisa Lozano. The designer from Fuengirola has returned to SIMOF filling the catwalk with her sweeping personality and sauciness attributable to her youth.
Diseños de Melisa Lozano

Melisa Lozano presented a very eclectic collection with urban and with contemporary details. Her inspiration? Two loves, as stated by the collection's title. Onethe one hand, Nuestra Señora de la Virgen del Rosario Coronada and on the other, the Virgen del Rocío. In honoring one piece suits and two piece "romeros", all with the common denominator of spectacular work in the voluminous ruffles, and introducing more urban yet practical articles, such as coats and jackets designed as faithful companions of the skirt.

Earth colors and beige shades were the protagonists in the first series of the collection, which later became more festive and sexy, with refined fabrics, surprising prints and shocking necklines. Heart necklines and the skirts carved with voluminous ruffles, as well as mermaid cut dresses and geometric prints, only suitable for tall and thin women.

The real star of the show were dresses that paid homage to the 80's. An Almodovarian touch that was applauded by the public after the impact of the first seconds, thanks, in good part, to the attitude of the marvellous models who for a moment took us back to the years of the Movida. ¡Melisa rocks!

Once again, Lozano comes back to introduce experimental dresses.  And certainly, the designer's "already 'classic" details were not absent, such as the practical and entertaining transparent raincoats for the rainy days at the Fair.

 


Melisa Lozano presentó una colección muy ecléctica, de las que hacen las delicias de las amigas del riesgo y los detalles de moda más urbanos y contemporáneos.  ¿la inspiración? Dos amores, como rezaba el título de la colección. De un lado, Nuestra Señora de la Virgen del Rosario Coronada; de otro, la Virgen del Rocío. En homenaje a ambas, trajes enterizos y de dos piezas de aires romeros, todas con el denominador común de un trabajo espectacular en el volumen de los volantes y una apuesta muy valiente por introducir prendas más urbanas pero eminentemente prácticas como abrigos y chaquetas diseñados ex profeso para funcionar como fiel compañero de la falda.
Colores tierra y verdes y beige comparte protagonismo con el encanto de los cuadros vichy en diferentes tamaños en la primera serie de la colección, que deriva posteriormente en líneas más festivas decididamente sexies, en la que los tejidos se refinan, aparecen sorprendentes estampados y los escotes tornan protagonistas. A destacar los conjuntos de
bustier de escote corazón y las faldas entalladas con grandes volúmenes en los volantes, así como los vestidos de corte sirena y prints geométricos, sólo aptos para altas y delgadas.
La verdadera estrella del desfile fue la serie de vestidos homenaje a los 80, tres diseños rompedores no aptos para cardíacas. Un toque muy almodovariano que fue aplaudido por el público tras el impacto de los primeros segundos , gracias, en buena parte, a la actitud canalla de las estupendas modelos que por un momento nos trasladaron a los años de la movida. ¡Melisa rocks!
Por si fuera poco, un año más Lozano volvió a introducir vestidos experimentales, como el que lució Eva González, realizado con tapones de Vino Cartojal.  Y por supuesto, no faltaron detalles ya 'clásicos' de la casa, como los prácticos y divertidos impermeables transparentes ideales para los días de Feria en los que la lluvia se empeña en aparecerMelisa Lozano presented a very eclectic collection and the most urban fashionable and with contemporary details. The inspiration? Two loves, as said the title of the collection. For one hand, Nuestra Señora de la Virgen del Rosario Coronada and in another hand, the Virgen del Rocío. In honoring one piece suits and of two air pieces "romeros", all with the common denominator of a spectacular work in the volume of the steering wheels and a very brave bet for introducing more urban but eminently practical articles like coats and jackets designed ex-I practise both to work as faithful companion of the skirt.
Colors land and beige shares protagonism with the captivation of checked vichy in different sizes in the first series of the collection, which derives later in more festive lines firmly sexy, in which the fabrics are refined, surprising prints appear and the necklines protagonists return. We distinguish the sets of bustier from neckline heart and the skirts carved with big volumes in the steering wheels, as well as the dresses of cut siren and prints geometric, only suitable for high and thin women.
The real star of the parade was the series of dresses honoring to 80, three designs not suitable for cardiac people. A touch very almodovarian that was applauded by the public after the impact of the first seconds, thanks, in good part, to the attitude rabble of the marvellous models who for a moment moved us to the years of the Movida. ¡Melisa rocks!
Once again, Lozano comes back to introduce experimental dresses, as that Eva Gonzalez shone, realized with stoppers of Wine Cartojal. And certainly, "already 'classic" details of the house were not absent, as the practical and entertaining transparent ideal raincoats for the days of Fair in which the rain comes up.

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