Berta Cabestany introduces her “wearable couture”
3 monthes ago - By Fashion United
Barcelona-based Berta Cabestany is making waves across fashion with her colourful, beautifully crafted wearable couture designs, which champions
“unique and handcrafted pieces” over the current climate of instant gratification and ‘fast fashion'.
Cabestany, who launched her eponymous label in 2016, has been impressing fashion insiders with her collections that bridge ready-to-wear and haute couture in a style that the designer calls
“wearable couture” and FashionUnited sat down with the designer on her visit to London to discuss her inspirations, her fashion approach, as well as plans for...
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