María Clè Leal Catwalk Fashion Show Amsterdam SS16

July 13, 2015 by  
Filed under Amsterdam, Fashion, womenswear

It’s not difficult to get everyone’s attention when a certain miss Kroes is attending your show. María Clè Leal was packed, but didn’t fail to deliver. The Madrid born designer presented the Dutch press with a beautiful feminine collection inspired by a flower’s petals. Ballet dancer Naiara Rojo impressed the audience with her elegant moves and kept dancing in between the walking models throughout the show. Models wearing structured boiled woolen creations that added to the ladylike feeling of the clothes. Not a pair of pants at sight; Clè Leal is all about skirts and dresses. Supply moving, almost floating in the air. Architectural shapes, asymmetric effects, layering and ruffles made every look standout as heavy woollen pieces slowly changed into airy floral printed numbers. A subtly transition proving Clè Leal knows just how to set up a cohesive collection. Not all women might be a big fan of her bright pink, but she introduced stuning nude and blacks to balance that out. Not to mention the light blue in the floral prints that closed the show with a bang. Doutzen picked the right show to attend.

María Clè Leal was invited to show as the guest of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam as part of the Mercedes-Benz Designer Exchange Program, a platform to showcase and support up-and-coming talent across international borders.