Amaya Arzuaga, has once again marched in Paris among the greats. And it has done with Autumn-Winter 2011/2012, Burgos designer presents an exquisite collection inspired by the human body, which bears some relation to what we saw last week at the Pasarela Cibeles in Madrid.
The next Winter, the designer Burgos offers us mini-dresses loaded with eye-catching volumes and folds, cuts and many asymmetries pefect. They also emphasize transparency and the pleats. And all in pastel colors like blue, gray addition, raw and beige to black and two color sets.
The skirts also come in mini version, which makes the models legs look endless. And the pants will be tight, to mark the feminine silhouette. And all the pieces carved in wool, felt, silk, knit and leather.
For evening, dresses are long, with tail, attached to the body and nearly all in black but with red and blue.
According Arzuaga, to create this collection has two sources of inspiration, the first one
"It's like a review from inside the body to remove the outside,"and the second
"Butterflies, movement and subtlety of the wings."
Photos | The Country