Spanish heritage makes a strong impact at Juana Martin's Couture spring-summer 2020 show presented for her second time in Paris. The Golden rococo halls of the Embassy of Spain were the perfect frame for the opulent flamenco silhouettes brought by the Cordoban designer, who was inspired by the natural landscape and culture of her natal region.
The ensemble of the show took all the public into a very colorful but contemporary vision of Spain, which was highlighted at the end when Rosy de Palma theatrically walked down the runway and made some flamenco arm movements.
Earthy colors and flowers reigned in the collection and where alluded in every look; from the delicate embroideries to prints, and the sumptuous abstract volumes of the dresses. The faces of the models were rarely unframed. Beautiful crown-like flower accessories by "Talentino hats" were great highlight pieces. Other looks included veils of the same fabric of the dresses, visually extending the boundaries of the silhouettes of classic gowns. Laces in black and white, polka dots, and loads of ruffles where key elements in the playful feminine spirit of the theme.