Agatha Ruiz de la Prada presented its new Spring-Summer 2015 collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid. New collection's name is Estampa 2. The brand continues to work with prints, offering its clients classic and fun looks. We see bright colors with wide range of vibrant hues. I love bright colors, including green, red, yellow, fuchsia, turquoise, orange and numerous rainbow mixtures. We see wide range of fabrics use, starting from cotton and linen for daywear and poplin, jersey, felt, tulle, voile, twill, neoprene, silk, satin and organza for evening wear. I see lots of plasticized fabrics, embroideries and micro-sequins. Female models appear on the runway wearing comfortable and daring silhouettes, which make every outfit look individual and bright. You are about to see long an short ensembles, balloon styles, drainpipe trousers, wide trousers, pencil, straight and ample skirts, as well as my favorite can-can designs. All in all, Estampa-2 is a fun womenswear collection for those women who have no fear.
The A-line shirt looks great with capri pants and red strappy sandals.
That's a perfect summer maxi tank dress which is styled with a spacious handbag:
Here we see a two-piece creative gown, which is an ideal outfit for special occasions and fun weddings:
Here we see a colorful buttons print which appears in the form of heart on the white tee and fully printed on A-line mini-skirt:
The heart printed look consists of a classic silhouette short-sleeve shirt tucked in balloon shorts:
If you want something bold, creative and sophisticated then I highly recommend you to try on this suit, which is a real must-have for those women who want to stand-out from the crowd:
Here we see pink haired model with green eyelashes who sports a simple printed tank top paired with creative, exaggerated trousers:
That's what I call creative ensemble. I love the floral print on the green background:
This pale pink and blue gown looks like made of numerous reminder sticky notes (I love those strappy colorful sandals):
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