02/08/2016

Momad Metrópolis envisions a warm and comfortable winter

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Warm winter coats

Skunkfunk

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Losan

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Fyord

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Coronel Tapiocca

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Riverside

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Rosalita McGee

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

The Extreme Collection

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Alba Conde

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Bearwood

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Javier Simorra

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Roberto Verino

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Vilagallo

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Laura Bernal

Warm winter coats

Warm winter coats

Viriato

Warm winter coats

Knitwear

Pertegaz

Knitwear

Knitwear

Escorpion

Knitwear

Knitwear

Diktons Barcelona

Knitwear

Knitwear

Diktons Barcelona

Knitwear

Knitwear

Losan

Knitwear

Knitwear

Losan

Knitwear

Knitwear

Messcalino

Knitwear

Knitwear

Viriato

Knitwear

Knitwear

Pertegaz

Knitwear

Knitwear

Escorpion

Knitwear

Knitwear

V&L

Knitwear

Arts&crafts

Mamatayoe

Arts&crafts

Arts&crafts

Ana Pallarés

Arts&crafts

Arts&crafts

Lauwood

Arts&crafts

Arts&crafts

Surkana

Arts&crafts

Sidecar

Sidecar

Sidecar

Arts&crafts

Lavand

Arts&crafts

Party dress

Laura Bernal

Party dress

Party dress

Carla Ruiz

Party dress

Party dress

Carla Ruiz

Party dress

Party dress

Ana Torres

Party dress

Party dress

Isabel Campos

Party dress

Party dress

Niza

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Party dress

Matilde Cano

Party dress

Party dress

Matilde Cano

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Party dress

Sonia Peña

Party dress

Party dress

Drap

Party dress

Frandami

Frandami

Frandami

In its first edition focused solely on clothing and accessories, the trade fair turned out an ambitious platform for international buyers and press to promote the more than 800 brands that gathered at the Madrid fair.

 

IFEMA hosted the new incarnation of the Momad Metrópolis trade fair from February 5-7.  With an 18% increase in occupied surface area by comparison to February 2015 (back when it was still jointly showing clothing and shoes), the trade fair has established its status as the main showcase for the Iberian Peninsula’s textile and clothing sector. Fashionfromspain was there to cover the latest Spanish fashion trends that will warm up autumn-winter 2016/17.
 
Warm winter coats
Outerwear pieces are the key items for winter looks and Spanish brands cover all the styles. Skunkfunk boasts modern, street-style coats made from recycled PET fabrics. The brand currently aims to implement sustainable fibers in 100% of its textiles by 2020. 
Losan’s parkas and the nautical DNA of Fyord’s puffy vests are counterbalanced by the college prep school looks of Coronel Tapiocca’s duffle coats and Riverside’s trench coats. Rosalita McGee reinterprets the classic biker jacket, and The Extreme Collection uses gold detailing to make the pea coat all its own. 
Alba Conde and Bearwood are pushing for a combination of textures, while Javier Simorra, Roberto Verino, Vilagallo and Laura Bernal explore the wild with animal prints and fur. Viriato opts for opulent fantasy with its use of metallic lurex thread.
 
Knitwear 
Classic knits will keep us from catching cold next season.  This was evident in the designs by Pertegaz and Escorpion, confirming that capes and ponchos will continue to be all the rage. Diktons Barcelona also flirts with layered volumes, while colors range from the purest of solids presented by Losan and Messcalino, to Viriato’s jacquards and Pertegaz’s polka dots. Patterns are also particularly present in Escorpion’s flower details and the geometric precision of V&L.
 
Arts & Crafts
Natural materials and artisanal manufacturing processes revitalize the rustic-chic look.  Mamatayoe has firmly undertaken this commitment to recover the art of carefully handmade clothing with a collection inspired by textile workshops.  Meanwhile Ana Pallarés masterfully applies her expert craft to die-cut and braided leather accessories. Lauwood sublimates the organic nature of wood by combining it with exotic leathers, like shagreen, in its unique bags made entirely in Spain. 
Ethnic patterns and bohemian styles have also consolidated their perennial place in the trend cycle, made clear in the designs presented by Surkana, Sidecar and Lavand
 
Party dress
Prepare to hit the cocktail parties draped in intricate jacquards constructed by the refined silhouettes that Laura Bernal uses to rejuvenate formal wear. Carla Ruiz stands firmly by solid colors and subtle polka dot patterns in a new minimalist line that still carries with it the inspired navy look of its sophisticated designs.  Ana Torres, Isabel Campos and Niza feature delicate beading and embroidered jewels in their approach to eveningwear.  Matilde Cano stands stylishly astride the line between sensuality and baroque romanticism, while Sonia Peña opts for classic and restrained glamour.
In accessories, Drap delivered rococo purses shaped like picture frames and Frandami’s designs had a futuristic quality to them.
 
The next trade show will take place at IFEMA from March 4 - 6. For its inaugural edition, Momad Shoes has already confirmed the presence of 200 direct exhibitors and more than 400 shoe and bag brands.

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