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Hermoso niñas strut in urban garments on day2 MBFWM
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Feb '13
Hermoso niñas, which translates to beautiful girls in English, were seen parading in an array of sleek, stylish urban garments on the second day of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid (MBFWM). 
 
Twenty-six-year-old Daniel Rabaneda, the youngest designer participating in the five-day-long Spanish fashion extravaganza, kicked off the day with an impeccable high-class urban apparel collection titled ‘Those suffering from heart’. Inspired by the Black Widow comical series, the sensually enigmatic line featured miniskirts and long sleeve dresses with low necklines.
 
Spain-based Argentinean designer Roberto Torretta presented a captivating collection enhanced with languid silhouettes and asymmetrical cuts. The range featured jumpsuits, long skirts, wide trousers and bare back midi length evening dresses in black, gray, navy, brown, red and pistachio green.
 
Veteran design talent of Galician origin Roberto Verino presented a 1920s and 1970s inspired line titled Luxury Collection. Marked by the joy and optimism of women belonging to those two historical eras, the range included neutral toned two pieces and gold printed wine coloured velvet evening wear.
 
Fashion designer Angel Schlesser tried to create something unique out of plain wardrobe staples in his latest runway line. Showcasing a collection of textured fabrics, the designer emphasized on oversized silhouettes. The line included a variety of oval cut garments in a masculine colour palette of white, black, red, gray and blue. 
 

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