The third Masters of Sewing program focuses on art, fashion and vintage. Yes, the new installment has focused on eighties fashion, and has done so with the help of Boris Izaguirre as a guest. In addition, this week, the program has had Paul Garcia de Oteyza and Catherine Paneda, founders of the firm Oteyza, and specialists in the Spanish or Castilian layer. And they have also had to do an art test: transform paintings into garments, taking Esteban Cortázar as their inspiration. And of course, one more week, Raquel Sánchez Silva has amazed us with her three outfits.
The presenter has worn in one of her looks a midi dress with an asymmetrical length and a very sophisticated cream color. A design with a minimal touch, sleeveless, high neck and matching belt signed by Oteyza. And she has combined it with wonderful vintage-style shoes in printed yellow, with a high heel and a jewel buckle from Roger Vivier.
The most striking design of the night was when she was dressed in a long gold dress with a pleated skirt, a V-neckline and a striking high-rise rigid collar. A perfect look to honor the 80s.
And her latest total look has been a white maxi coat with watercolor prints and a matching dress underneath signed by the Colombian designer. Stephen Cortazar, son of the painter Valentino Cortázar. Esteban debuted on the New York catwalk at the age of 18, becoming the youngest designer to do so, a fact that has dubbed him the wonder boy. At just over 20 years old, he took the reins of Emanuel Ungaro in Paris, is part of the Council of Fashion Designers of America and is a great friend of some of the most relevant celebrities of the moment such as the Kardashian clan, Bella Hadid or Rihanna. Tonight he has been the inspiration of the contestants. Photos | @raquelsanchezsilva, @maestrosdelacostura