Within the framework of MADRID ES MODA urban festival, designer Ion Fiz has presented in an original setting, his S/S 19 collection “Boudoir”. The chosen stage has been the Vintalogy space in the madrileño calle Atocha. To create the new proposal, Ion Fiz was inspired by the Poupèe de Salon show that Paul Poiret made in Paris in 1910, in which the models presented the collection with long legged stylized dolls which were dressed with the reproduction of each design, rich in details, exquisite jewellery, animated in flesh and blood.
The designer wished to dedicate this collection to one of the best boudoir dolls antiquarian and great friend, Silvia Marqués. Composed of 50 complete looks with their respective complements, Ion Fiz has carried out a reductionism of the Rococo aesthetic integrating new creative formulas through pattern design, textures and the mixture of materials and epochs. Thus, early twentieth century (20’s) and the 60’s, merge into a new revolutionary and unique eclectic vision.
Lines, silhouettes, fabrics and colours…
The lines, masculine confronts feminine, with tailoring rich in details, romantic and floral dresses, short-midi-large silhouettes, artisanal details such as jacquard ribbons made in Japanese looms and knitwear. The fabrics highlights are organdi, linen / alpaca, crepe, organza, angel satin, silk, muslin and tulle, in a collection cheerful and rich in colour range with oriental-inspired floral prints and 3D embroidery in porcelain, pearls and organza.