July 26, 2017, 2:31 am
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Spring-Summer on neutral grounds with Sfera Woman

POPULAR Spanish brand Sfera’s Spring-Summer 2017 Collection is inspired by the popularity of historic references, leisure looks combined with feminine items, and a significant emphasis on structure. With this, the a-temporal focus or non-trend concept plays a bigger role.

With a mélange of fashion influences, practical and classic neutral colors keep the Sfera Woman Spring-Summer 2017 collection together. Beautiful pieces are drenched in calming neutrals and subtle shades, classic black and white, with a fun mix of bright colors like energetic shades of purple, blue and yellow, here and there.

The season continues its love affair with sporty and relaxed styles that ingeniously lead to leisure looks, and combined with feminine items.  The collection also has a significant emphasis on the structure, including inspirations from the 80s. Structured lines and excessive volume that accentuate the shoulders and that are renewed in the focus on the waist and hips. Tailoring, cutouts and asymmetry emphasize a solid feminine shape, while corseting, cutouts and shoulder pads support a firm attitude.

Sfera, under Spain’s renowned El Corte Ingles Group, focuses on quality, constant renewal, variety in its collections, and customer service. The brand offers clothing for Men, Women, Kids and Babies, and also includes smaller lines for Accessories, Confidential, and Swimwear. Sfera started in the year 2000 and has more than one hundred retail outlets across Spain, Europe, and Mexico. The brand opened its first store in Asia in 2014 in the heart of Metro Manila, at The SM Store Makati. 

Sfera is located at the 2/F of The SM Store Makati, 2L Mega B SM Megamall, UG/F SM Seaside City Cebu, and The SM Store at SM Aura Premier.
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