Cristina Pineda and Ricardo Covalín are inspired by the cobs for this collection, that ancestral grain that is key in Latin America and in the worldview of pre-Hispanic peoples. With a sober color palette – white, dark purple, yellow, navy blue and black – the texture of this grain is the main print and contrasts with modern garments, with varied silhouettes that understand contemporary woman and man.
Pineda Covalín proposes a fusion between functionality and minimalist design with style in each of his clothes. For the above, the collection for women bets on classic dresses, flared pants and blouses simple, but full of color. For its part, the collection for men plays with the concept of elegance and formality thanks to simple cut garments with risky prints that question the status quo of men’s clothing.
The stunning collection presented at San Hipolito Ex-Convento in Mexico City, founded during the sixteenth century.
The silk has become a constant in the collections of Pineda Covalín; For this season could not miss. However, high quality materials such as polyester jacquard, gabardine, cotton poplin, woolen cashmere, sheep skin and gauze are also part of this proposal, not to mention that more risky textures such as velvet and The gauze give that touch of modernity to the dress.
Pineda Covalín shown other collections where always incorporates the best quality in men’s clothing, you can see here.