The 26th edition of the Malaga Film Festival handed out its awards last night. During this week, the Andalusian city has been the showcase of the Spanish film scene but also of fashion trends, especially in the daytime poses, where the actresses anticipated what is going to take this spring, which arrives tomorrow.
The collections are loaded with colour: green, orange, purple, fuchsia or blue are the star tones. Black and white will also be a trend and, above all, two-tone looks.
The dress will be short –not mini– and straight without marking the waist, just as Verónica Echegui, Bruna Cusí or Ana Polvorosa (leather, one of the fabrics in vogue) wore it. But the garment that will triumph this spring is the flared pants and the jacket of the same color.
At the Malaga Festival they have been seen in day and night looks, and normally worn with a matching blouse. This is how Marta Hazas, Nathalie Poza or Anna Ferrer and María Pedraza or Patricia López Arnaiz chose it for their presentations to the press, who opted for a short jacket.
There were other more risky looks with pants also as the protagonist: Greta Fernández combined it with a short blouse, Dafne Fernández with a crochet top, Aura Garrido with a corset or Laia Manzanares with a blouse with fabric straps to the feet. But one of the most striking bets was the total denim look worn by Natalia de Molina or the retro shorts by Alicia Falcó.