Just by browsing through the entirety it was clear to see that that Cosmopolitan stand had hooked the majority of the people, not only by handing out free Bacardi Breezers, I might add, they were also building a far-reaching queue ladies who were waiting in turn to have their hair and make-up styled.
Trendation – Red Social was the third show to be held that day, on a catwalk where the DJ-booth was placed right in the middle of the runway. The website Trendation had invited bloggers/creative people (who all had a great sense of style) to walk in their own clothes and outfits. The show was a colourful mixture of street fashion, vintage clothing and preppy styling, all accompanied by some thrilling electronic music which lifted the atmosphere further and really made the models rock the runway.
After the show we tried out the selection of food at the bar which was build from hundreds and thousands of red Estrella boxes. The food was surprisingly cheap for a fashion venue, and we ate and drank to our hearts content all the patatas bravas and a beer we could for under five euros.
Dispite the extremely loud music coming from three different corners of the room the atmosphere was rather relaxed and while workshops about design hummed over on one side of the room, Mini Cooper had free photoshoots on top of one of their cars fans on maximum, hair blowing everywhere and a great bunch of shots to show after the ordeal was over.
The New Talent Contest pulled 98 % of the people attending up to the catwalk. In the competition were seven up-coming designers who all had their own personal touch but the one who stood out the most was Claudina Mata (who also won the contest) with her amazing white creations. Pablo Erroz also made a big impression with his stunning dark dressing.
At half past seven the party level increased with DJs playing hit after hit at Replay's oblong showcase. The evening was definitely starting, but we had to leave and I can only imagine the party that night....