I was very thankful to have gotten invites from NUYOU magazine to the Adolfo Dominguez autumn/winter runway show, a Spanish luxury label known for its tailored outerwear and loose natural fabric knitwears. Held at the ever swanky Paragon, I barely made it in time despite being in a traffic jam for almost 1 hour.
The collection was a sum of equal parts glam and understated sophistication. Silk cowl-neck tops tucked into sequinned skirts were the epitome of subtle elegance. Looks were versatile to transform from a work look to a night look with a simple blazer to the equation.
Certain pieces stood out with a younger and flirtier edge, with a more fitted silhouette with shorter hemlines.
It also featured luxurious complementing pieces like fur boleros and metallic piping details.
The evening gowns flowed fluidly as the models strutted down the run way. Full length pleated chiffon and empire-waisted laced creations paid homage to inspirations of Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa. I particularly took to the blush pink one below, a vision of demure and subtle sensuality.
Thank you for having us NUYOU!