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Javier has a deep background, since 1992 when he made his mind up with the clear aim to drive his creativity and his energy into opening his own haute couture studio. In 1993 he made his first presentation at Madrid’s Pasarela Cibeles, where he has been a regular ever since. In 1996 he opened his boutique in Madrid’s in the Salamanca district.
Javier likes to be involved and work personally on the design, the marketing and business sides of his company. One of the things that impressed from his collections is how they really show functional.
Larrainzar fabulous couture designs are great to see how a standard woman can throw on and go to work in, his collections has an urban appeal that fit to any women.
Imagination it’s what pull Larrainzar mind to transform any fabric into the most inspiring dress.
The last parade of Javier Larrainzar in Cibeles has been conservative, but for an hyper-feminine woman, as said before he suits and wear real women, the way he creates and uses the textiles emphasize the natural silk and the transparences but with structured forms. His creations have a big wealth of details. The colors palette ranges from tones like the orange, coral or rose to lime-green and yellow.
Larrainzar has based his last parade in Cibeles on three differentiated lines: one replete with coloring, other one in which there plays with the contrast between white person, black and gilding, and the third one with bath clothes.
His proposals for this season emphasize the jackets and garments that are dyed of multiple colors, to embellish the woman and to highlight her figure.
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