Bertha Enriquez and Martha Arredondo, from the collective designer label Wayuu, presented their northern Colombian Guajira Peninsula-inspired collection on the final day of Bogota’s Circulo de la Moda (Fashion Circle Bogotá).
Influenced by the area’s indigenous tribe Wayuu, the line’s vividly colourful pieces like the thread blanket dress featured asymmetrical silhouettes, different textures and embroidery in a soft elegant palette of pink and green.
Fashion brand Tulle, by Camila Alessandra Lemoine and Osejo, showcased a Caribbean style range replete with bright floral prints. The collection included blouses, tutus, dresses, short skirts, bridal gowns and headscarves.
The animal world of snakes, cobras and other reptiles played inspiration behind the latest offering of Colombian label JUAN. Mainly made of leather and cotton, the blue and black Bermuda coats and suits featured a variety of silhouettes.
Designer Ricardo Piieres wrapped up the event with his Cosmopolitan Girl collection. Meant specifically for the modern day working women, the line featured skinny jeans and skirts of varied lengths.