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Ibizan fashion: from the hippie movement of the 70s to the traditional clothing of the Pitiusa island

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From the hippie movement of the 70s to traditional clothing from the Pitiusa Island

blanco, lace, cotton voile or guipure are the summer keys of Adlib Ibiza. A fashion icon in Spain that has crossed borders, thanks to its commitment to continue preserving craftsmanship and tradition. Slow luxury in its fashion and espardenyes representative of a lifestyle and the spirit of the island, through its own identity that combines the imagery of the hippie movement of the 70s with the traditional clothing of the Pitiusa island. In short, a summer that invites freedom.

Ibimoda dress and Torres espardenyes

Tony Bonet dress and Torres espardenyes

The summer season is synonymous with light, sea and peace. Fashion blends in with this radiant nature with the return of light fabrics, which accompany the movement of the body, and subtle cuts, which leave more fragments of skin visible.

Monika Maxim Ibiza dress and Torres espardenyes

For this reason, this summer, Adlib fashion is vibrant again, with natural fabrics such as cotton, embroidery and traditional lace, which celebrate the power of craftsmanship. Crochet dresses bikinis and swimsuits, combining tradition and modernity. It is also the protagonist of basic accessories of the season, such as espadrilles or long-handled bags. It is associated with the lace trend and the less expected “net” effect, which reveals the silhouette, as a nod to the nets of the sea.

Vintage Ibiza dress and Torres espardenyes

Tony Bonet dress and Torres espardenyes

Triangle bikinis, which enjoyed their greatest splendor in the 90s, are making a strong comeback, confirming their iconic status. Added to them are those with a bardot neckline, romantic and sensual at the same time. All in neutral tones, such as white, beige or black, highlighting the natural color of the skin. Peace, light and freedom. Once again, fashion expresses what words could not do.

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