Lots of Romanticism, ruffles and asymmetrical patterns took the 46th edition of Adlib Fashion last weekend in Ibiza. We lived an intense weekend enjoying the famous catwalk and discovering the new Ibiza fashion trend. Everything started on Friday with a thrill-filled surprise: Adlib’s first model, Olive Colomar, stepped back on the catwalk four decades later to remember that island hippie vibes that made Ibiza fashion famous around the world.
Below, we show you a summary of what we could see on Friday on the catwalk. We hope you like it!
Ibimoda. The sisters Lali and Antonia opened Adlib 2017 with lots of romanticism and beautiful dresses inspired by “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
Escola d’Art d’Eivissa. The students featured models inspired by the sea and is Vedrà, with geometric volumes and mixture of textures.
Giampaolo Giardina. Excessive, sophisticated and colorful. XL jewelry to kill it in Ibiza and everywhere. Who dares?
Dira Moda. Classic materials, such as lace and tulle, to create modern and flattering cuts. It’s time to show your legs!
Nanou Couture. Sustainable fashion, Ibiza’s slow fashion brand featured a unisex collection, comfy and in natural tones.
Evitaloquepuedas. From the sea to the beach club. Deluxe beach wear is the hallmark of this brand, is all about glamor under the sun.
Monika Maxim. Traditional Ibizan fashion is mixed with the latest trends, such as ruffles.
World Family Ibiza. Explosion of color and tribal rhythms in a collection inspired by the family travels around the world.
K de Kose Kose Privée. Breaking contemporary jewelry for warriors. Passeries, tapestries, rafias, nacre and musical elements inspired by different cultures that have left their mark on Ibiza.
Rebeca Ramis. Dreaming of the golden reflections of the sunset, the designer presented a collection that sparkles.
Linnea Ibiza. Ruffles, flowing skirts and delicated lace for a collection 100% romantic, combined with the accessories of Ahnells by Sonia.
Ibiza Stones. Pure rock’n’roll on the catwalk. A daring mix & match of delicate fabrics and rock spirit, in black and silver.
Marisa Cela. Transparencies, gold and a lots of glamour in a collection designed to enjoy the night with elegance.
Virginia Vald. Saxophonist Anastasia MacQueen introducing a collection inspired by the sunet. Luxurious fabrics, embroidery, transparencies and strategic openings to shine at night.
by Judit Carcasona y Julia Fioravanti
Photos: Ugo Cámera and Sergio G. Cañizares.