Vega Hernando, best known as Eating Patterns, has turned the kitsch movement, graphic surrealism and food into the three pillars of her photography. With a crowd of followers on Instagram, this designer and art director publishes her first book about recipes and patterns in March.
The exactitude of classic tailoring brought forth to our time is the proposal that Duarte has used to strike a chord with new generations. Impeccable patterns that work with padded waistcoats or sandals. These are the codes of the renewed wardrobe icons we have seen during his show at MBFWMadrid.
García Madrid arrived to break with orthodoxy and to create contemporary style solutions for men wanting to enjoy a traditional tailoring service with a modern focus.
In a year and a half, the Sevillian designer has positioned himself as one of the most promising emerging creators in Spain. His motto? To design clothes that aren’t subject to trends, nor to the planned obsolescence of seasons.
Designer Domingo Rodríguez is on the lips of many a celebrity and influencer. His social-media-inspired, futuristic clothes have put him in the radar of artists such as Rosalia, Lady Gaga and Rita Ora.
Unwilling to be a slave to the fashion system, creative and very pragmatic, Moisés Nieto, the once young promise of Spanish fashion, is growing up consistently while working on the full digitalization of his brand.
Taking the decision to launch internationally saved them from the recession. Today, their brand The 2nd Skin Co. is one of celebrities’ favourites around the world. This February, they’ll return to IFEMA to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid to conquer the runway with their unique feminine charm full of character.
If there’s one designer capable of building the Spain brand, it’s Agatha Ruiz de la Prada. Inventive, surprising, fun... and extremely hard-working, only she can agathise the world. She’ll prove it again soon at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, where she’ll be launching her new fashion collection.
The fashion house is embarking on a new cycle led by designer Jorge Vázquez, who shares with Pertegaz a taste for bourgeoise fashion and an almost obsessive attention to detail. These are the guidelines of the new Pertegaz, which will make its debut at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid.
The Valencia-born designer claims there is life for fashion beyond aesthetics. A good example is to be found in her collections, which draw from the present to send a message of social transformation.
She was one of the first to apply porcelain to jewellery. Not long after, she did the same with wood. Now, many of the pieces made by Helena Rohner are 3D printed. A new craftwork era for an entire industry that the designer unfolds first-hand.