My favorite Spanish designer, Amaya Arzuaga must have been listening to a lot of chillout music lately. Instead of jumping into the whole back-to-the-80's bandwagon, she preferred to have her designs chilled, cooled and calmed to perfection for the Cibeles Fashion Week.
Inspired by natural evolution--this time a caterpillar to a butterfly, Amaya brought back serenity to the chaos of the fashion week by bringing earth colors, nude shades and gray with a little bit of pale pink, as if sunkissed.
To say that some lazy Ibiza ambient tunes or a laid-back Formentera weekend getaway did some magic to Amaya does not mean her designs were utterly lackluster. On the contrary, mother nature has given her the most surprising array of elements which she smartly incorporated on the clothes and as expected, it worked. Shapes and volumes of conch, mushrooms, wind and the ubiquitous flower plus the use of some serious lightweight tulle formed into layers of labyrinth (which looked like butterflies with their wings flapping in full speed) gave a hint of fairy tale to the collection.
The meditation has worked well Amaya. Now you can chill and relax on your laurels.
All photos from vogue.es