Juana Acosta: I was swept away by this breathtaking Pedro del Hierro off-the-shoulder, navy gown that translated with such classic elegance on Juana. I love the textural intrigue, too, with the point d’espirit effect. Swarovski jewels and a Jimmy Choo clutch completed the glamorous picture.
Mónica Cruz: The illusion effect via side and back cutouts of this Ruben Hernández lace gown didn’t featured the most flattering placement—and also seemed far too dated.
Leticia Dolerain: Even though this Roberto Diz suit featured some of the most relevant trends of the moment—bold shoulders, menswear dressing, and velvet—it seemed to fall more on the retro than modern side. I do like the different nature of her embellished ballet flats, but I wonder if a pair of heels wouldn’t have created more impact for the occasion.
Cristina Castaño: A lovely example of sheer used sparingly—and sophisticatedly— this figure-tracing Victoria black gown oozed with quiet allure. Her emerald earrings were a fitting match to her flame locks.
Aura Garrido: Also in a black gown, the sultry appeal of this embellished Roberto Cavalli Spring 2018 design was more pronounced with its deep plunge.
Macarena García: We previously saw Pixie Lott in this sweet, ditzy floral Dsquared2 Fall 2017 gown. Macarena offered a slightly less playful, more subtle and minimal interpretation of the look.