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Adlib Ibiza Labels paraded at Madrid's MoMad ss23.

Ibiza Stones, Tony Bonet, Vintage Ibiza and Virginia Vald were the stunning brands at the Spanish fashion show.

MOMAD is the most important International Fashion, Footwear and Accessories Show in Spain.


A space in which to present new concepts of brands, retail, lifestyle and trends with a very clear objective: to expand and strengthen the relationship with sales channels and cover marketing, innovation and knowledge.


This event has different sectors: Contemporary, Casual, Seasonal Fashion, Party and Event, Urban and street wear, Leather and Coat Fashion, Intimate Fashion and Swimwear, Man, Sustainable Experience, Footwear or Accessories and each year brings together more than 800 brands and more than 15,000 visits in each edition.

AdLib Moda Ibiza has brought 4 brands of absolute prestige: Ibiza Stones, Tony Bonet, Vintage Ibiza and Virginia Vald.


Ibiza Stones brand opened this show with a collection dedicated to the famous "Ibicencan blue hour", in which it showed bright knitwear, abstract prints in pastel tones and organic cotton.

The colors of the sky, the sea breeze and the aroma of Ibiza's spring sunsets were the keys of inspiration for this collection.


Designer Tony Bonet has opted for a collection destined for the bridal universe with a very careful pattern and a design focused on lace patchwork and embroidered tulle and cambric combined with the classic window box print. Designs that have been nourished by basic colors such as white and ecru combined with the most Mediterranean blues.


For its part, Vintage Ibiza has paraded with its boho-chic style collection with an Adlib air. A selection of feminine and masculine designs that reflected luxury, parties and romanticism through natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, lace, guipure and organza.


Designer Virginia Vald has been in charge of putting the finishing touch to this unique parade with a collection of garments made from recycled fabrics from her workshop, thus betting on responsible and eternal fashion consumption. The line of each design was based on African pattern cuts with a folk touch, without forgetting the Mediterranean and Ibizan essence that represents this Adlib Ibiza brand so much.


Here, we show you some photos of the fashion show made by the Italian photographer Umberto Fadda.