Roberto Torretta wears femininity


Before the last parade in pavilion 14 of Ifema, which was run by the designer Roberto Torretta, we enjoyed a fun and busy parade by Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, who was able to bring to the front row Miranda, the wife of Julio Iglesias , and many, many familiar faces. In addition to being present the mayor of Madrid, Martinez Almeida, sitting next to the PP candidate to the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, who has already enjoyed the Hannibal Laguna parade. But the politicians passed unnoticed before the appearance of Miranda. That was the surprise that the designer did not want to reveal until the start of the parade: the collaboration and tribute with the magazine «Hello!».

In the next parade, that of Roberto Torretta, an institution on this catwalk, the flashes were fired for Marta Ortega, daughter of the owner of Zara, married to the designer's son. Along with them, Cayetana Guillén Cuervo, lover of fashion and defender of the made in Spain. The Argentine designer, based in the capital since the move from Madrid, presented a "balanced and continuous collection of the winter collection", in the words of the designer. That is, with more masculine lines. And to mark that continuity of winter, twigs appeared throughout the collection, heavy looking but were made with light fabrics such as cotton and fresh colors such as beige and crude.

The overlapping of garments was a constant in the outputs, where the note that stood out on the fresh floral prints were the napas, in a burgundy very much to the taste of the designer. A lover of this fabric and who knows how to make the most of it.

During the 34 outings, the pants stood out especially, with three types of cuts: the wide, the ankle-tight and the Bermudas, a garment that the designer bets for the spring-summer 2020. There were also the crow's feet and very soft water greens, color that marked the thread of the entire collection. For the night, black with paillete, a safe bet.


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