Fashion night at Atzaró

Beatrice San Francisco and Linda Ibiza showed last night their creations in a spectacular fashion show seeted at the gardens of Atzaró. Atmospheric, dreamy decor and entertainment under the stars to celebrate the opening of summer season.

The night started with dinner at Sushi Point, where we could enjoy delicious maki and ukamari and get ready for the show. Meanwhile, under a large white tent in a garden deliciosy, performances enlivened the atmosphere.

Fashion show started with summer collection, while the presenter was breaking down details of designers career. We learn fun facts, like Linda began designing handbags with recycled materials in their native Sweden when he was just 14 years. It was also revealed that Beatrice was a flamenco dancer in the past. Olé for these two girls!

In “Tribal” we saw the most ethnically and creative side of Beatrice and Linda. Dancer Maya opened the exhibition, where we could see lots of fringes in handbags, earrings, belts and necklaces, dresses in ethnic prints and colors predominantly brown earth, beige and khaki.

We loved the suede top with fringes.

Nightwear collection brought us to a world of exoticism and elegance, ideal to shine in Ibiza night. Bare back dresses in brown and black mottled gold, overalls, jaipur pants and miniskirts.

Saxophonist Muriel and beach funk by Miles Island also performed in the great show.

Elegance showed us a collection that lives up to its name: Beatiful designs with predominance of light beige in dresses, bikinis and trikinis.

Finally, fashion show ended with “Exclusive Avantgarde”, the most innovative and groundbreaking designer’s creatons, which are expressed through patchwork dresses that mix point and skin and models inspired in a spider web.

Deva Models performed the show. Footwear was by Cathalina-Silver and Ibiza Das. At the end of the show, Beatrice and Linda marched with their families while public was dedicating to them a warm applause.

You can find Beatrice and Linda designs at Las Dalias, Angels Ibiza and Das Ibiza.

by Judit Carcasona and Julia Fioravanti