Having shown off scores of stylish ensembles since joining Spain's royal family last May, Princess Letizia – wife of the heir to the throne Prince Felipe – has quickly become one of the country's hottest fashion icons.
And as a result, Spanish creations have been gaining attention on the international scene, with Barcelona and Madrid fashion weeks becoming increasingly popular. And it was at the latter extravaganza, locally known as Pasarela Cibeles, that one of Letizia's preferred designers, Miguel Palacio, displayed his spring-summer 2005 collection, and another royal favourite, Jesus del Pozo, also hit the runway.
For those looking to the princess for further style inspiration, other labels the fashion-conscious 32-year-old counts among her favourites are Felipe Varela, Loewe, Adolfo Dominguez, and Lorenzo Caprile, the mind behind a number of Letizia's most memorable outfits.
"It's been an honour to dress her," said Caprile of his royal muse. "She's a beautiful girl with a stupendous figure."