Shoes and Accessories MBFW Madrid II

The MBFW Madrid – the event the Spanish fashion crowd affectionately refers to as “La Merche“, rolls on here at the Spanishoegallery Blog with more highlights from my favourite collections.

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Madrid’s Magnificent Three

Madrid's Magnificent Three is the best way I can describe my favorite moments of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid. This Spring-Summer 2016 season quite a few collections took my breath away. That said, I also have a preference for the designers who work in collaboration with the shoe brands I feature. Here are three couturiers that are not only super talented but who also went with a Spanish shoe designer to complement their collections.

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Salamanca The Golden Mile

Salamanca the Golden Mile is comprised of two of Madrid‘s most upscale shopping destinations: the Ortega y Gasset and Serrano streets. The Ortega y Gasset and Serrano streets house the

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Fashion weeks rock! They are definitely more than just another hyped-up media event. Whether in person or virtually, the fashion week season is THE opportunity to witness the fashion world

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After a little hiatus (an escape to my favorite place on earth – the Carribean island of Hispaniola), we are very happy to announce that  the Spanishoegallery Blog is one

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What does it take to be a good colorist? This is a question for professional artists to answer, but I will try: I think that it is understanding color so

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Valencia is not only the third largest city in Spain, it’ is also an important center of fashion and culture. Twice a year it hosts Valencia Fashion Week – an

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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid Fall-Winter 2014-15 edition just concluded and hot on its heels is this recap of the coolest shoes and accessories that rocked the runways of Madrid’s fashion

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Agatha Ruiz de la Prada Stiletto Heels

These patent leather stilettos in cheerful yellow walked the runway of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, September 2013 edition, as part of Agatha Ruiz de la Prada's Spring-Summer collection 2014. The iconic designer stayed true to her core values of celebrating freedom of expression and a love of life through color.

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Agatha Ruiz de la Prada

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada emerged as Spain's visionary fashion designer in the 1980s. Born in Madrid into a family of art collectors and educated at Barcelona's School of Art and Fashion Technique, Agatha quickly became a force on the Spain's arts scene, embracing Pop Art, Mark Rothko, and the English New Wave movement.

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