Beachcouture Spring 2009
Beachcouture Spring 2009

MADRID, Jan 14, 2009 / FW/ — From the use of the non customized outfit based in simple lines from the origin of minimalists, with the exaltation of the sensual, the apparently simple and the spatial disposition of the linear established, the Beach Couture Spring 2009 collection recreates a metamorphosis that produces a clean and fluid silhouette, where the strict geometry that lets see the essence of the mark at the same time that it plays with new amounts of volume that bring out the feminine figure.

The white and black colors, military allusions and the wide amount of volume contribute a masculinity that is combined with fluids textures with mate, like silk or linen, gives the result of a hard silhouette but extremely feminine.

Established in 2004 by a design trio, Beachcouture dresses a non-conformist, sophisticated, avant-garde woman who flees from radicalisms as a way of attracting attention. It takes its inspiration from the artistic vanguards of the early 20th century, from the beach, the city, from the classics such as Balenciaga, Coco Chanel and Madeleine Vionnet, and from the shapes of modern, contemporary architecture.

Beachcouture’s characteristic hallmark is the use of black and white. The key to its success: avant-garde design and functionality, the quality of its materials and the originality of its swimwear lines and accessories.

With five seasons under its belt, Beachcouture has taken part in four editions of El Ego, which has opened the doors to enormous media support and to national multi-brand stores. The firm is currently expanding its sales network to the international marketplace.

It has collaborated with trademarks such as V&T, Mazda and Ron Santa Teresa, and has created the costumes for the opera L´Elisir d´Amore, within the Opera XXI programme promoted by the Autonomous Region of Madrid. To date, it has dressed celebrities from the fashion and film world and has appeared in national and international fashion magazines such as Madame Figaro, Vogue, Alter Ego, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Vanidad, Tendencias and View of the Times.

Photos courtesy of Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week

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