For this edition of MBFWM, ManéMané show starts at the “zero-kilometer” of Madrid, in the Royal Post Office of Puerta del Sol.
For this collection the designer decides to create a wide range of garments that look really heavy and thick at first glance, but are actually extremely light and rare.
This is the result of a cut out construction, where we can find XXL leather collars, sporty tight-socks, feathers, sequins, and also maxi bags – inspired by the bags used by fashion stylists – .
This season ManéMané wants to dress a woman who has fun exploring new silhouettes and materials, knows the ultimate trends and enjoys assimilate them by making them her own, giving them an eccentric and irreverent touch.
Miguel Becer manages to create a universe in which water and oil mix up together.
It’s a universe where antagonistic elements are not only able to coexist, but can also lace up creating their own special harmony and language that embrace a unique histrionics aesthetic.
The miscellany of colors and fabrics proposed by the designer still aligned with his background and trajectory through the years: revisit traditional elements to update them, creating some totally new garments for the contemporary woman.