Ruiz de la Prada exhibits his colorful collection on the New York catwalk

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Ruiz de la Prada exhibits his colorful collection on the New York catwalk The Spanish designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada greets the attendees after presenting her collection, this Tuesday, during the Fashion Week in New York (United States). In a Latin fashion environment, the Spanish designer showed her most colorful, sexy and bright collection for the next autumn-winter, recovering mythical icons of the firm, such as the fried egg or the stars. EFE

In an atmosphere of Latin fashion, the Spanish designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada showed today in the frame of the New York Fashion Week her most colorful, sexy and bright collection for the next autumn-winter, recovering mythical icons of the firm, such as the fried egg or the stars.

The dressmaker has presented a score of dresses, in which her models have paraded with a kind of pacifier in the shape of a big red heart, the great emblem of the Spanish, followed closely by, among others, the Spanish consul Rafael Conde de Saro, who came to Midtown to support the creative sewing.

Some of the dresses were presented in the form of one or two large circles, in a colorful and carefree game very typical of Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.

The Spanish designer does not fail her annual appointment with the Big Apple, where her daring is always well received, as has been seen on the catwalk today.

The parade of Ruiz de la Prada comes in the final stretch of the New York Fashion Week, which tomorrow will close its doors focused on American creators such as Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs.

Today, the protagonist has been the fashion house Oscar de la Renta, which presented its autumn collection this year, characterized by feminine and flowered designs and a wide range of textures in a nod to the Spanish region of Andalusia.

Held in the Cunard building, neo-Renaissance style and located in the heart of the financial district of Wall Street, Oscar de la Renta models paraded through a stage full of plants and bicolour horseshoe arches, similar to those that can be seen in monuments Andalusian as the Mosque of Cordoba. (EFEUSA) .-

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