Spanish designer Teresa Helbig returned to the Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week with a very clear intention: to present a collection Autumn-Winter 2011/2012 than the one we had seen so far on the runway, which means trying to give another twist to play and think of other materials.
As the primary option appeared patent that dominated his entire collection, occupying an important part in most of the looks, especially in the most colorful, thanks to which we continue to believe that the coming winter can be cheerful, despite both tenebrism by from other firms.
The fuchsia was key for a good part of the collection. Total looks from the shoulders to the feet. Sleeveless tops and flared skirts, shorts and high shot, all with patent leather.
As was the green fuchsia, one of the colors claimed these days for next winter.
My favorite look of all was this blouse green ruffled skirt combined with a high waist flared.
Despite the combination look at other times, Teresa Helbig bet on a number of occasions by complete sets of a single color. The monochrome was key and let set in black or white as timeless trends all season, including many hoods.
The inspiration came in the printings British Prince of Wales who looked magnificent sets more accurately in skirts and dresses which included slides and corsets. In other looks we saw the mixture through the said patent.
The elegance of the evening came with the new long, black with gauze as the main material.
And as if we were thinking about summer, the little white dress was seen in minimum circular straps and neckline.
In addition, Teresa Helbig was aimed at geometric fashion dresses and skirts.