Inspired by the spectacular nights of Salon Mexico 40s, Benito Santos presented the collection named after the legendary dance center, for autumn-winter 2016/17 season at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, the most important showcase Mexican fashion.(backless formal dresses)
The collection "represents the elegant, sophisticated woman who attended as a spectator, but also that it was the star of the show. The cabaret itself is reflected, luxury, drama, sensuality, the ultra feminine shown in looks projecting overwhelmingly female beauty 40s, waste of sensuality on transparencies, revealing details of lingerie. Coats as iconic pieces of the season, adding a touch of sophistication to the woman who carries "describes the production of Santos.
A defined silhouette, assemblies organza silk blouses in transparency with details embroidered in rhinestones, skirts complete circular laminated organza, long dresses(http://www.dressesmallau.co/mermaid-formal-dresses-c405/) to the floor in velvet and fine crepes, are tailored to the female body to mark the waist and stylize an image that the designer had left resting on their past collections, supplemented by more structured cuts in textures in wool and embroidered flowers in three dimensions. "Catwalk shows in a more daring woman with connotations of sensuality, freedom and leadership," he adds.
As for the color palette proposed for autumn-winter 2016/17, Santos focuses on the pink, gray, blue and black, with textures that produce a great visual impact and contrast with stiffness of the iconic shoe salon black. During the catwalk, the models also sported hairstyles that recreated the '40s.
Through their social networks, specifically Instagram, Benito Santos shared the presence of some of the women of Mexican show that currently dresses, including Marisol González, Jacqueline Bracamontes, Geraldine Bazan, Karina Ontiveros, Angelique Boyer and Fernanda Castillo.