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Otaduy’s “I Do” Collection


Glitter and mirror balls, the glamour of the endless parties of Studio 54 and New York in the seventies, David Bowie and Bianca Jagger riding onto the dance floor on horseback… Glamour and disco are two of the main sources of inspiration for the new Otaduy collection, ‘I Do’. The other is a series of women from different eras who we admire for their strength and creativity, ranging from Lena Dunham to Charlotte Brontë, including figures like Miranda July, Tamara de Lempicka and Frida Kahlo.

Strength and style, glamour and personality, the dresses in the new collection radiate femininity and elegance with a rebellious, iconoclastic touch straight out of the seventies. A collection that, as has become standard for Otaduy, is marked by its eclectic character and fabric with loads of personality from places all over the world. These include a very special dress designed by Carolina O., with embossed flowers and embroidered leaves on the tulle, all in tones of pastel green and pink. This year’s designs have a notably seventies feel, with dresses featuring bat sleeves and guipures reminiscent of the most glamorous parties in NYC in the seventies. Plus, two-piece dresses once again figure prominently in the collection, from silk gauze skirts with more than ten metres of fabric for fabulous drape to new tulle skirts. Among the most charismatic pieces is the Rosalind jacket, which reflects the leitmotiv of the new collection in its embroidered “I Do” and fringe on the sleeves.

See all the glitz and glamour below!


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