Emilio de la Morena's autumn-winter 2014 collection is inspired by Spanish painter Francisco José de Goya works, including the Duchess of Alba. The baroque opulence was reworked in a modern way, featuring razor sharp tailoring techniques. Models appeared on the runway wearing evening wear focused looks, including oxblood full midi-skirted cocktail dresses, pencil-shaped cocktail frocks, velvet trim trousers, ruched, tricolor dresses, monochrome pointed velvet pumps and peep-toe shoes. The color palette is mixed with dark neutrals and bright shades, while the eye-catching bubblegum pink is my favorite. The silhouette is fitted with some flared skirts and dresses. The real standouts of the show were dark velvet dress with a line of bright pink ruffles and cropped jackets with oversize shoulders. This party dress collection is heavy on the use of velvet fabrics, as well as amazing ruffles and Mongolian fur outerwear and embellishments.