One of Barcelona’s most fun collections, Por Fin’s characters seemed
cartoon-like. Alejandro Sáez de la Torre showed one of the
most varied collections. However, it was hard to see, stylistically,
what tied all the garments together. Golf-ball hats, hand-painted
skirts, feathered head-gear, badges, mouse-ears and moustache-pullers
all tried to claim attention by way of the models’ self-parody.
Still, some themes cold be seen, just: the appearance of reds and
burgundies, and thin stripes in several colours. Sáez de
la Torre certainly has the skill to design and surprise.
Jota Mas Ge
Jota Mas Ge was, at least from the media’s point of view, easier
to understand. One of Spain’s more established labels, Jota Mas
Ge has always targeted middle to affluent young women comfortable
Here, it was a return to the 1970s, blending Halston
glamour with the sexual liberation of the trouser. But it wasn’t
safari suits and black smokings here: Jota Mas Ge showed
brightly coloured suits in hot pink, for instance. Appliqué
flowers and red trim were design features. It was about making the
jacket suit look beautiful.
Por Fin. BELOW: Jota Mas Ge.
It was a return
to the 1970s, blending Halston glamour with sexual liberation