Adlib inspired by nature

Adlib Fashion Week amazed us with of the most beautiful designs seen on the Ibiza catwalk. Saturday was for the most experiences designers, who showed their proposals for summer 2020.

Virginia Vald

Introduced a collection fulfilled with of transparencies, luxury fabrics and flowing skirts, with flowers, feathers and great vibes inspired in Nature.

Tony Bonet

The enfant terrible of Ibiza fashion raised applauses with his Duals collection. A great mix of textures, patterns with many asymmetries and volumes inspired by the 80s are some of the must haves for 2020 season.


Sisters Lali and Antonia Riera introduced a white collection with romantic dresses with delicate lace but also with a sexy touch: wide necklines and strategic openings to dress Adlib with elegance.

Piluca Bayarri

Good tropical vibes, with colorful ruffled miniskirts, crop tops, swimsuits and kimonos to go down to the beach in style. And from there, go straight to the beach club. One mojito more, please!

Isabel Guarch

The Mallorcan designer was invited this year to Moda Adlib and showed a collection made of maxi necklaces in bright colors, such as red and green, but also in gold and silver. Alive creations inspired by nature, with starfish, leaves and bracelets rolled like snakes.

Espardenyes Torres, Dolors Miró Senallons y S72 Hat

Hats and bags in neutral colors and natural materials such as straw or raffia are the perfect complement to dress up your summer looks with glamour. At the feet, the traditional Ibizan espardenyes, now objects of desire of the most trendy. This was the show of Espardenyes Torres, Dolors Miró Senallons and S72 Hat. Adlib accessories for all.


Ivanna Mestres

The designer who always stares at the night sky and dreams of filling it with glittering stars remains true to her sexy and daring style. Many transparencies and brightness to live and glow with glamour.

Elisa Pomar

The jewelry designer featured designs inspired by the traditional Ibiza jewels, but in silver instead of gold Tradition, design and romancism.  But then, the most baroque jewels took the catwalk: red colors, luxury gold, crosses and virgins. Dolce & Gabbana, fans and customers of Elisa Pomar, would have loved it!

Vintage Ibiza

White ruffled dresses that gave light to a catwalk in which were projected images of pink flamingos. Ses Salines and the purity of the so-called ‘white gold’ inspired a cheerful and luminous collection.

by  Judit Carcasona
Photos: Hugo Camera