Carmen March, the Creative Director of Pedro del Hierro Madrid was inspired by Spanish novel called Nada by Carmela Laforet, which means ‘nothing’ in Spanish in the latest Autumn-Winter collection. The book is about 1940's years, when a woman arrives in a new city after a horrible time and she's so excited about her new life beginning. So, the lookbook features rich textures, structured silhouettes, and mostly of muted colors. The silhouettes are a bit oversize and that's a key point, which was made specially by designer to recreate that time when people of Spain in the forties were seen down on the street with borrowed clothes. All in all, it's a great ready to wear collection for working women, who want to look modern and office appropriate.
Black haircalf sweater with dark Prince of Wales sleeves.
That's an awesome Prince of Wales patterned layered gray tweed suit which features a cropped bolero jacket, a fitted waistcoat, and an asymmetrical skirt.
Coat with calfskin lined collar is worn atop pale blue shirt, black turtleneck and high-waisted culottes.
That's a marvelous business look suit in grey.
Another cool grey suit, while this time we see a long suit jacket, black turtleneck tucked in tailored culottes.
Here we see an oversize below-the-knee coat in dark grey Prince of Wales pattern.
Here we see an ideal work outfit, which consists of a statement coat, heavy knit dress cinched at the waist and trousers.
Love the left model's look, which consists of a long leather jacket, green shirt tucked in fitted pants.
Sculpted below-the knee high-waisted A-line black-and-white tweed skirt is paired with matching trousers and a chunky cropped sweater.
Black separates worn with a burgundy cardigan and styled with a spacious bag.
Here we see a burgundy leather dress and the same material and color trousers paired with slouchy blazer.
How about wearing totally burgundy look.
Mustard-and-black-check full-length vest is paired with matching trousers, suede boots and a black leather blouse.