PARIS FASHION WEEK SS 16


The Hall of Mirrors, in the Octavio Paz Library, is the beautiful scenery which has housed during Paris Fashion Week the Prêt-á-Porter Collection Spring Summer 2016 by ALFREDO VILLALBA. A fashion presentation that has garnered a great acceptance among specialized fashion press and retailers in search of the most exclusive and transgressive fashion. Opened on [...]
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The Hall of Mirrors, in the Octavio Paz Library, is the beautiful scenery which has housed during Paris Fashion Week the Prêt-á-Porter Collection Spring Summer 2016 by ALFREDO VILLALBA. A fashion presentation that has garnered a great acceptance among specialized fashion press and retailers in search of the most exclusive and transgressive fashion.

Opened on Monday 5th of October, the Presentation of ALFREDO VILLALBA in Paris Fashion Week has included iconic pieces from the Couture Collection Fall Winter 2015/16. The spectacular setting of the Hall of Mirrors has been ideal to highlight the unique beauty of the models by ALFREDO VILLALBA. Fashion press, bloggers and guests have photographed the powerful staging that has been visually broadcasted in IG from relevant accounts in the fashion world.

A success that confirms the beginning of a passionate affair between the demanding French and global fashion media, signifying Diego Villalba as a Creative Director, as a fashion designer, that creates a new concept of luxury fashion, powerfully visual, transgressive and seductive.

STATIONSERVICE is the international press showroom based in Paris that will make available to the French and international fashion media the collections by ALFREDO VILLALBA. A recent agreement that strengthens the global media coverage of the luxury fashion brand Made in Spain, ALFREDO VILLALBA.

ALFREDO VILLALBA thus confirms its rising global projection, where the next stop, in just a couple of weeks will be across the Atlantic Ocean in Mexico City.

Left. Images of the Presentation of ALFREDO VILLALBA during Paris Fashion Week in the Hall of Mirrors, Octavio Paz Library.

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