Commercial, very commercial. And wearable, very wearable. Those are the words most commonly heard during the parade of Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, who despite their colorful clothes and their children (or perhaps because of it) is one of the few firms that have store and sales network.
Direct descendant of the Finnish brand Marimekko, their clothes and their color block prints of flowers, hearts and clouds mixed again with gingham, stripes and even in monkeys with silkscreen prints of the firm.
But not only struck by the colorful, spherical tissue volumes, accessories and a motorcycle helmet with printed frames, sunglasses in bright colors, to hatters as a purse.
The worst of the parade: How are the politicians of this country! On the campaign trail, nobody wants to drop by IFEMA, will be that I relate to one group or another of communication!
The best of the parade: The audience who comes to see Agatha saw the signature, and it shows, filling the bleachers of Ifema of color.
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