Miquel Suay may just be BDMOTP’s favorite show of the BCN080 FW SS16 season, thanks do his uber-modern geometric shapes and colorblocking styles. Finally, a collection that seemed to be one of the few that steered away from prints and focused on cuts instead of patterns.  We do love prints here at BDMOTP but it was nice to see something a little different this season.


Suay took his inspiration for this collection called Lapislazuli (Ultramarine, in English) the Mediterrean sea and we can feel the pops of blue coming out in the clothes, not to mention the subtle streak of blue in the each of the model’s hair and blue paint on the inside of their hands.

Clothes that can double for casual Friday or weekend chill-out, the linen and cotton styles were perfectly styled with modern cuts.

The linen suits with colored pockets and collars were super-cool and office appropriate. The shorts suit is here to stay, as it seems.  The pale pink pops were just right and I think any men could get on board with an elegant take on the deep V-cut shirt.
























Posted by Lori Zaino and photos by Paloma Canseco.

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