Desfile de Fernando Claro Couture en IFEMA

The best of 79TH MBFW Madrid Edition

 Lo mejor de la 79 Edición de MBFW MADRID

The 79th edition of MBFW Madrid has given us the chance to see all the proposals for the next Autumn – Winter 2024 / 2025 season from the creators of Spanish designer fashion, demonstrating the enormous talent and professionalism that exists in our country. This last edition has given us great moments, and once again we have been able to enjoy Madrid as the capital of international design during Fashion Week. As a closing of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid offered the OFF fashion shows held in different parts of the city as La Nave, where Félix Ramiro has paraded, the Ateneo de Madrid, space chosen by María Lafuente or Ángel Schlesser who has presented his new collection in the Espacio Ventas.

off fashion shows


The first day of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid kicked off with Pedro del Hierro, who took us to the dreamlike atmosphere of the northern lights with his spectacular greens and blues. ACROMATYX took to the IFEMA catwalk for the first time, paying tribute to techno, one of his greatest inspirations, with a collection made entirely in black. Simorra proposed a telluric and primordial universe through earthy fabrics and jewellery in the shape of fossils. Mans presented different tailored suits, giving absolute prominence to the subtlety of the silhouettes. From his particular vision, Claro Couture showed different garments in ranges of red and sumptuous fabrics, while Pablo Erroz proposed sophisticated comfort. Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada closed the first day with her joy and colour.



IFEMA hosted a second day full of strength and great tributes transformed into garments. Paloma Súarez presented her ‘Brave‘ collection inspired by bravery through military-style pieces. Isabel Sanchís, faithful to her delicate luxury, sought her references in nature, mixing her favourite black with caramel tones and vegetable prints, while Hannibal Laguna was inspired by the different faces of the moon to create a collection full of silver, sequins and gauze. Roberto Torretta has opted for sobriety and traditional tailoring with a British feel. Duyos has taken us to the Canary Islands with a collection in which coppers and blacks abound to highlight the relief and craftsmanship of the Canary Islands.

Encinar has collaborated with Lulú Figueroa, the granddaughter of Aline Griffith, the famous Countess of Romanones, a figure who has inspired his new collection made up of garments with a very refined Spanish flavour, while MALNE presented ‘Revolution’, a collection made up of shiny fabrics and feminine silhouettes with a warrior air.


17th saturday – FEBRuary

During the third day of MBFW Madrid held at IFEMA, craftsmanship was the real protagonist of the different fashion shows that could be seen on the catwalk of Hall 14.1 through complete handmade, or delicate prints.

Inuñez was in charge of starting the day with a collection full of luminous colours, romantic garments with a prêt-à-porter air but worked as haute couture. Odette Álvarez has created the perfect mix between the most mischievous sensuality and classic sophistication, through a series of garments ranging from tailored suits to transparent paillettes tops.

Marcos Luengo presented a collection full of powerful colours such as mauves, blues and reds, making vaporous dresses in satin or silk, while Fely Campo took a journey through his 50-year career in the world of fashion, showing some of his greatest references such as Cristóbal Balenciaga, through subtle black garments.

Custo Barcelona has vindicated the oriental-inspired prints with a collection that is committed to urban luxury, as has Lola Casademunt by Maite, who has returned to the catwalk with her characteristic animal print, giving prominence in this collection to the colour pink, and fabrics such as suede for a winter full of joy.

Elio Berhanyer was the big winner of the day. The firm returned after 15 years without production with Sergio de Lázaro, from Otrura, as creative director, with a casual collection but with fine cuts and tailoring work, which earned him the L’Oréal Paris Award for the best collection of this 79th edition of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid.

17th Saturday

 18th sunday – FEBRuary

On the fourth and final day of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid held at IFEMA, the proposals of the young designers who participated in Allianz EGO could be seen. The upcycling, the play of fabrics and risky patterns were some of the proposals that could be seen on the catwalk showing that the future of Spanish fashion has a lot to say.

18th Sunday