Modorrra Trans 08: Urban Culture, Trends and Fashion

During the Saturday 13th of December was held in Bilbao a new edition of Modorrra, a salon of fashion where you buy clothes of new designers, attend to parades of young designers and appreciate the talents of photographers and illustrators who also attended the event.

Not couldn’t miss a chance as well, and today I bring you the best proposals for designers, that Yes, with quality that allows my crappy-camera and my little talent as a photographer. Yes Krizia Robustella paraded in the previous edition of Drowsiness, then paraded in The Ego of Cibeles and this September has taught its proposals on PASARELA Cibeles, who knows that other future successful designers parade now in? Modorrra?

He opened the catwalk in the morning Aida Ulibarri, with a deft job of tailoring, transforming jackets dresses or pants on women divers. Very interesting also creations with wool tricot.

Then came the turn of Maitane Galarraga. In their small collection, he paraded Angels dressed in white and Indigo on towering platforms, with dresses playing with volumes and materials such as feathers, tulle, and the knitted wool.

Jaime Mesa He played with the nude tones, mixes fabrics and techniques of paint on the canvas, as they did Dolce & Gabbana in his spring-summer 2008 collection.

To close overnight, Monica Manderlay took us to the 40s and 50s with their retro dishes that paraded on the catwalk with a music background that evoked past. It works with quality fabrics of white lace, with children’s prints, tartan or upholstery with metallic threads. My favorite items: the flying skirts, the capelines, the baggy, pencil skirts and high-waisted wide trousers. A designer to follow closely.

In the afternoon came the turn of the most avant-garde designers. Fehr Fares He showed us his men’s collection, using newspaper-like fabrics, playing with the volume, materials such as plastic and leather, to which he made numerous cuts, in a palette of colours grey and black-centered.

Amai Rodriguez was inspired in the Museum of Sir John Soane in London to create a Baroque and surreal collection, really disturbing, with models covered from head to toe with latex colors and dresses that draw volumes using overlapping upholstery fabrics. Seeing it I could not stop thinking about the little boy in the orphanage.

Karlota Laspalas shows its proposals on earth tones, a mixture between conceptual depth and sobriety, between masculine and feminine with garments that flirt with the deconstruction and overlays.

Finally, it was the turn of Sinpatrón, that it reviewed its main signs of identity, updating them and looking towards the future. From the inspiration of the sportwear, passing through military tones and volumes exaggerated sleeves.