Honoring the women of La Mancha through a collection Ulysses Merida “Míticas” or an ode to Love of Diversity by Achromatyx and Jean Bardot with Poliamor These are some of the proposals that Madrid hosted on its second day.
“I’ve always had this point of making fashion street-ready, and here’s why I really wanted this project” , designer Ulises Mérida explains to EFE about the collection he presented this afternoon at the Es Fascinante space, a fashion platform for the author he’s collaborating with for the occasion.
In ‘Míticas’, his smallest collection which he presents in the form of direct sales to the public, the creator presented to the models ten outfits ranging from dresses to multi-piece sets, “Wearable & rdquor; cutting fluidsas it is his hallmark, is destined to become a wardrobe staple.
“Combining the catwalk format with the Madrid es Moda format is very interesting,” says the designer of the platform, which aims to bring fashion closer to consumers on the street. “The production of catwalk clothes is usually more limited,” Merida explains, presenting a collection in which fuchsia, turquoise and lilac are the protagonists.
Hours ago and in the space of the Amen Concept store, the company Achromatics In collaboration with the Spanish jewelry brand Jane Bardot, she presented her collection “Poliamor & rdquor; in honor of love and its diversity through jewelry designed in silver and gold plated.
with this group We want to celebrate love and highlight the different ways of loving, because they are all of equal validity & rdquor ; Xavi García of Achromatyx explains a proposal embodied in jewelry, priced between 180 and 285 euros. “Sometimes it’s easier to access an accessory than a garment,” he points out.
With this concept associated with jewels, being ‘for life’ pieces that are not temporary & rdquo; they also honor love. From the ‘together’ ring, designed for the traditional ways of love, to the ‘my ex’ earrings.
García, making Acormatyx one of the Spanish label companies Badge in diversity through genderless clothingthis time he transfers his proposals to the world of jewelry, analyzing the different ways of designing love for the upcoming Valentine’s Day.
“We are interested in concepts that make a combination of things & rdquor;Available in this space open to the public through Saturday, along with garments from Achromatyx’s CALMA collection, Jean Bardot’s Diego Rivera explains, referring to his engagement ring, “half seal, half stone.”
In order to bring fashion closer to the street, Madrid es Moda concluded its second day with presentations from established companies such as Pertegaz to other companies representing emerging talent such as Paloma Suárez or Dominnico from the Canary Islands, as well as Relicai.