“Taking a cue from designers in New York, London, Paris, and Milan, Carlos Diez’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week focused on the upcoming pop art trend that was so vibrant on the S/S 2012 runways in those fashion capitals. But he didn’t focus on it in colors the way designers like Anna Sui and Tommy Hilfiger did in New York. Instead, his collection was much more similar to that of JC de Castelbajac who uses pop art iconography to promote his Andy Warhol-like elements. Models wore lots of jailbird strips and eye and lipstick covered jackets and pants, but also sported lip tattoos on their faces. In other bold moves, Diez also paired white tulle tutus with metallic sequined tops and leggings as well as sporty undergarments from Jockey.”


[ Source: Fashion TV ]

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