Teresa Helbig – Pret-a-couture

This Barcelona based fashion designer showed today her proposals for the coming Spring/Summer and she has proven once again why she is one of the most interesting fashion designers in the Spanish fashion scene.
Trendenz visited Teresa Helbig backstage hours before the show and was therefore able to feel and touch her refined outfits.

“I got inspired in the imagery of the Palais de Versailles gardens”, she said, explaining the manual work and the effort put into each outfit.

It is the third time we see her collections at the Madrid fashion week. Minutes before the show we came across Spanish fashion journalist Lara Courel wearing her iconic blouse from her last collection shown, here in Madrid last February.

After visiting her backstage we had the opportunity to see how she cleverly turned what could have been a mostly couture collection into a fine mix of prêt-a-porter with fine details inspired in the work by landscape architect André Le Notre.

This inspiration is clearly visible in the lime, white and purple tones in voluminous skirts with purple embroidered elements.

Teresa Helbig started her career as a fashion designer after making a dress for herself for a wedding one day and after she realised she was pretty good at it. She now world full time in her atelier. Making bridalwear is one of the the things she likes the most, as she loves to make people feel special, she said.
Stay tuned for the coming work by the fantastic and extremely nice Teresa Helbig.

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