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Runway Notebook: MB Fashion Week Madrid – Entry #5

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Juanjo Oliva

Oliva’s eclectic Fall 2015 collection points to a few design influences, from retro to gothic to city chic. The highlight pieces are found in the subline of whiteout looks, including a number of interesting takes on the sartorially ambiguous jumpsuit.

Miguel Vieira

Portugal native Vieira unveils some of the sharpest looks we have seen in seasons. Intricate brocades, jacquard and two-tone textiles add dimension and mystery to the usual menswear suspects.

Alvarno

Hate freezing climes? Alvarno makes a great fashion cause for Winter in his showcase in Madrid. Floor-skimming dresses in deep hues bring life to the stale coldness of the season while beautifully styled coats, neckwarmers and scarves let you exercise your eye for style.

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada

Spain´s own Lulu Guinness, de la Prada unveiled yet another characteristically quirky collection for Fall 2015. Inspired by pop art, the line features an infusion of bright colours to create a psychedelic effect that uplifts the spirit from the Winter gloom. From two-sided sequin morph dresses and humongously oversized bow clutches to tetris pattern coats, the collection is surely going to be popular among lovers of unorthodox style.

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