Miguel Palacio for Hoss Intropia delights us with his Spring-Summer 2013, a clear commitment to the innovative treatment of tissues and a very feminine and urban silhouette, away from stereotypes. Color and volumes are combined so that the result is hyper feminine clothes and very sensual. A collection that I would buy it entirely!
The collection advocates a tailored silhouette with lines that are draped detail volumes in certain parts of the body. This season gives special importance to the tissues, I find fascinating, and details embedded in these. Actually every dress, every blouse or pants each has a stylish detail that makes the unique garment.
The main protagonists of this season are dresses, loose or tight to the body silhouette knee. Long dresses are floaty.
We also see very structured and the tightest pants skinny, most ankle. Huge ties at the waist or mini-bonds in the leg.
Collection primarily of silk, cotton represented presence in voiles, tweed or poplin. Many silk dress as both pants and tops sophisticated. See also combined with metal silk, organza geometric embroidery and paillettes.
The colored paillettes as palm or waves give a character to the overall casual collection.
The dresses and blouses are filled with color from emerald green, red, or blue klein wine, ivory and navy for outerwear.
Note the presence of geometric patterns or motifs which dot mini colors creating classic combinations but appetizing color. These patterns result in the folk style, one of the trends this summer.
The shoes and accessories are impresncindibles. Leaving shoes bare foot grids in most cases. The belts are buckled marine forms represented in gold or leather tassels.