By Kelli Acciardo | 09/12/2014 - 16:19
Custo Barcelona designer, Custo Dalmau, talks to Latina about the inspiration for his Spring 2015 line, which was filled with bold color, rich textiles, and one very hot supermodel in particular.
By Dan Koday | 02/09/2014 - 17:17
I've seen many desingers show their collections again and again at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Each season, I love attending Custo Barcelona's show because I know it's going to be loads of color (even for Fall fashion week, which is dominated by black, white and gray) and loads of fun. Designer Custo Dalmau is the king of mixing textures with bold colors, and this season was truly a wow moment.
By Kate Sandoval | 09/16/2011 - 13:00
As sensational as fashion week is, you’re sometimes left wondering what it all means to you—as in, you may not plan to rock the spray painted hypercolor hair at Narciso Rodriguez (although go for it if you want!). But this year, especially, the overarching beauty trend was fresh, young, and gorgeous, which means there are plenty of useful, easy-to-copy beauty trends you will want to try. Here are our faves:
By Latina Staff | 09/13/2011 - 13:00
The Custo Barcelona Spring 2012 fashion show was an absolute spectacle. The collection was named Tripolar and was broken up into three parts: Dual, Kaleidoscope, and Mirame. Each section had its own feel, from casual to flamboyant, but there were some consistent themes running throughout the entire collection.
By Verky Arcos | 09/13/2010 - 15:00
Known for bold and bright colors, the Custo Barcelona Spring 2011 collection held true to the designer's aesthetics, while retaining a flirty, feminine feel. The vibe was laid-back, with the models sporting oversize shades, long wavy hair or disheveled bobs and very neutral makeup.
By Elayne Fluker | 08/24/2010 - 13:30
Lanched in the early 1980s by Spanish brothers Custo and David Dalmau, Custo Barcelona first caught the attention of Hollywood A-listers with their coveted printed t-shirts and their use of bold, bright colors, graphic patterns and mixed fabrics. When the line first premiered at New York's Spring/Summer Fashion Week in 1997, it stood out among the greys and neutrals that dominated the runways at the time.