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Sfera goes nostalgic

Premier Spanish brand Sfera goes romantic with sophisticated overtones in its newest Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection launched at The SM Store Makati with Karen Pamintuan as host.

The pieces definitely bring back the ’70s look with floral prints, high-waist denim bell bottoms and long, billowy sleeves in dainty fabrics. The feminine figure is highlighted in the cinched waists, while the wide-leg trousers are very reminiscent of the hippie era. Distinct fabrics such as cord and velveteen, and unique features like decorated lapels and pom-pom detail also give a bohemian touch to the pieces. Earth tones that include marsala, mustard  and black are predominant in the ’70s collection. Adding to the boho-chic feel during the launch were the white Sfera canvas bags with an arresting illustration by fashion illustrator Soleil Ignacio.

Sfera also paid homage to the Victorian period with ornate designs on the delicate frocks decorated with lace, velvet, and pleated silk. Frills on the dresses and sheer shirts with bows add a subtle nod to the classical, Romantic Sfera woman.

Sfera Man focuses its collection on garments with an Urban Casual look. A tribute to Retro London is seen in the bright blues and khakis enriched with red detailing of the pieces from the Collection.

The casual American, preppy school boy cuts in style is given a makeover with darker tones. A base of blues and black with hints of maroon and aubergine for plain fabrics are seen in the classic sweater and checkered polo shirt. Denim also plays a large role in the Men’s Collection, rounding off all looks in various shades that make for a versatile look.

Check out the latest Sfera collection at the second floor of The SM Store Makati, the Spanish brand’s first store in Asia.

 

Follow Sfera on Instagram at @sferaph (#SferaPH) and Facebook SFERA Philippines.

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