The sunset and everything that goes into a warm evening are the stars of Pedro del Hierro’s new Spring-Summer 2019 collection.
SOLAR is the concept around which this new collection, in which colour will form the common theme, revolves. The catwalk will play host to a journey that takes us from neutral degraded tones through reddish, orangey and champagne colours, to the accented shade of green water and, in so doing, creates a chromatic wheel that transports us to a sunset on the beach.
Dress code is reinterpreted by harking back to the 90s when outlines were more relaxed and proportions more generous without any loss of sophistication and elegance.
Highlights include the contrast of natural fabrics such as cottons, linens, wools, mohair and silks in combination with others of a more technical nature such as polyamide and nylon, and the presence of three-dimensional garments.
Then there are the R&D related clothes such as the multi-positional garment, the reversible tailoring for women, or the “kimono” tuxedo with the shifted fastening. The show also stands out for the acronym represented by way of positional patterns and all over prints.
Sunlight and its colours will dominate a catwalk in which spectacular red carpet outfits for women and items that serve as a transition from day to night for men will play the starring role in this the latest chapter of this story.
A collection that sees Nacho Aguayo and Alex Miralles succeed in making the brand look to the future while continuing to build it up in accordance with the new standards of fashion and beauty.