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The Manuel Bolano Fall/Winter 2013 Runway Show is Farmer-Inspired

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Feb 1, 2013 • References: manuelbolano and fuckingyoung.es
The Manuel Bolano Fall/Winter 2013 collection made a splash at 080 Barcelona Fashion Week. The eccentric runway presentation featured a slew of yellow accented garments that took inspiration from both Amish and Asian traditions.

Channeling living scarecrows, models took to the runway stage while wearing the designer's farmer-inspired garments, straw hat accessories and hair covered sleeve cuffs. This avant garde collection also featured intricate face paint embellishments that resembled tribal tattoo art.

The Manuel Bolano Fall/Winter 2013 collection embraced sunny hues and was dedicated to the designer's close friend who loves the color yellow. Referencing a multitude of cultural influences, the avant-garde runway show reinvented a campy scarecrow aesthetic making it both modern and wearable for the edgy and urban consumer.