Nude tulle and vibrant red along with dramatic hi-low hems feel a bit flamenco
Relaxed drape pants, tulle ruffle layers, stunning applications of lace, shapely bodice tracing done with boning combine effortlessly to create a flamenco meets ballerina outlook
The gorgeous finale gown with a dramatic hi-low hem
And lastly, Mexican designer, Willfredo Gerardo closed the show with his clean lined feminine collection of dresses and jumpsuits. Shiny, luxe fabrics incorporating black, silver, red, and plum defined the palette.
Ballgown and mermaid hems along with deeply draped v-necks created an old world glamour feel while jumpsuits and cut-outs kept the look updated. Both of these concepts had simple and elegant lines—nothing fussy here.
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About the author
Tina Trevino is the Senior Design Director of KBL Group Intl. Ltd. in NYC and manages their large creative design team. Partner and Director Community Relations for Latin Business Today. She shares all of her insight on upcoming fashion trends for the season with her team to start the collaborative design process. The company specializes in sweaters, knits and wovens. It provides product for ladies, men, contemporary, jr, and children. Tina specializes in coordinating directly with large US retailers to design exactly into their targeted customer needs. With many years under her belt in the industry, she has also gained the ability to go beyond the fashion component and help to work through sourcing, fitting, production and merchandising issues as well.