“The Latin expression 'AD-HOC' means something that is specially made or thought for a specific purpose or situation. In the current moment, where a cocktail or a special event has been postponed in time, we wanted to transfer the prominence of our star piece, the dress, to a series of other versatile, combinable and nuanced garments that enable us to 'play' with looks as well as with the day and the night. Our 'paillettes' are still very present in this collection and, combined with daytime fabrics such as wool, wool crepe or taffeta, they provide a contrast that fascinates us, giving shine to everyday life. And yes, the paillettes are also for the day.”
- Juan Carlos Fernández & Antonio Burillo. The 2nd Skin Co.
The silhouettes of the collection
High waists and garments that can be flexibly combined predominate. The collection is made up of palazzo pants, paillettes, bermuda shorts, wide skirts and dresses more oriented to parties, although they do not constitute the central axis on this occasion. The jackets and coats stand out, with volume and a lucid effect of the vinyl mixed together in an elegant and contemporary way. Finally the skirt-pants is a proposal that we've developed for the first time in this collection.
The colours that inspired us
The collection is developed around two color blocks, fuchsia and blue, with black and camel as the common thread. The vanilla and pearly tones also stand out.
The fabrics that made us dream
We introduce for the first time a sophisticated vinyl, which we use alone or in combination with marabou feathers. Other fabrics such as cotton twill, wool crepe, lace or taffeta are developed to be combined with paillettes tops in various colors.
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