With ballet muses as an inspiration with history set in Spain during WWI, the bohemian style output was a mix of heavily androgynous and unisex styles by Alejandro Gómez Palomo. A feeling that penetrated the air and after party vibe alike.
The men proudly adorned flamenco tops and Russian dresses with puffy sleeves, velvet jackets, corsets, lace, lingerie, and so much more that evoked sensual, sexy poetry, at the very least. The more masculine pieces were tailored black and gray suits, but were overwhelmed with the curtain level fabrications from a seeming fabric factory, in lovely tones of greens and oranges and golds, and a particularly luscious velvet cape with a jet black feathery hood. My other favorite was an all over multi-textured red suit with a matching 20s hat, as well as another with a mesh sparkly tank top. The polka dotted silk series in swooping pantaloons was reminiscent of artistry, while the silky lace and mesh lingerie left little to imagination, much like many travels to Spain.