For Paris-centered Spanish designer Arturo Obegero, the coronavirus disaster will yield to “the new Roaring ’20s, a second of celebration and togetherness,” he mentioned during a showroom appointment.
His individual inner thoughts of satisfied anticipation trickled down into his spring assortment, titled “Euphoria,” bringing exuberant flourishes to additional approachable silhouettes inspired by dancers these as Pina Bausch and Flamenco icon Antonio Gades.
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He began with a basis of customized jackets, large-waisted trousers or silk shirts. Tuxedo stripes or a bow tie left undone were figured as lengthy ribbon remaining unattached at on the aspect of trousers. A 3-piece “dandy pajama” nodded to the 2020 uniform whilst its deep burgundy striped silk satin built it acceptable for 2022’s soirées.
A silver jewelry established with semiprecious stones, or a bodice made of pieces of sea glass sourced on the beaches of his hometown, additional a layer of nostalgia.
Cuts progressively turning into a lot more suggestive with lowered necklines or dramatic open backs, as the designer cast a glance towards famous — and notorious — parties, from the Motown period to Studio 54. A decadent robe in purple sequins seemed like it would have been equally ideal on phase with Bausch, or on the dance ground.
At his reside presentation, the types shown how Obegero’s eyesight moves from the drama of working day-to-working day to disco.
Start Gallery: Arturo Obegero Men’s Spring 2022