The Big Names in Needlework Inspire Flamenco Fashion
Núñez's very dynamic fashion show was divided into short series of dresses with a lot of character and highly conceptual. If Pol Núñez has anything, it is the aptitude for bring together different sectors of the market with classic exigency, from young women and older ladies, fashionistas and customers, and to fulfill all of their expectations. This has great merit and achieves such fluid and entertaining inspirations as hippie and Bohemia chic combined with the traditional flamenco outfit.
This year emphasized a series of dresses inspired by Coco Chanel, great creations in beige, black and pink. There were also nuclear white, retrofuturist dresses with applications in homage to Courreges, along with experimental short dresses may not be ideal for classic flamencas, but they were an enterteining exercise in needlework that shone in more festive contexts.
The collection's designs were a wink to John Galliano of Dior: theatrical, baroque, full of bullfighting references and bold stylism that attracts young consumers.
The parade was a nice sample of the perfectionist ouvre of these designers, noticeable in the small details of sleeves, necklines and ruffles.
Outfits inspired by Christopher Balenciaga with architectural details around the shoulders and ruffles with well spun asymmetries closed the fashion show.
Pol Núñez's designs are forever, they stand the test of time and can be worn several seasons without losing their style.