Eager to make people laugh and without disowning his past with Tricicle, Carles Sans celebrates being... alone at last! A sentiment that’s the name of his first solo performance, ‘¡Por fin solo!’, which will tour theatres across Spain.
An innate gift as clear as his ideas, Palomo Spain has an extraordinary ability to connect current needs with deep cultural roots and a constant curiosity that drives him to break the norms and fly high while keeping his feet on the ground.
An innovative, fresh, and ironic vision, that is also committed to the youth problems of today, has turned Alberto Martín and his brand, Boltad, into one of the most promising in the fashion world.
Aitor, Diego, and Roberto’s story is of three friends who decided to create “the most normal trainers in the world” and, at the same time, make something unique and extraordinary. Do you want to get to know their project?
A fashion brand that creates characters inspired by moments or circumstances that its audience can empathise with. This is how Reparto Studio’ creators, Ana Viglione and Margil Peña, define their brand.
Amaia Arrieta left the City for Chelsea and investment banking for children’s fashion. Her decision couldn’t have turned out better: Today, Amaia Kids is a big name in fashion that dresses the princes and princesses of the British monarchy.
History, classical music, and endless talent make up the extraordinary universe of fashion brand Guillermo Décimo (GX), whose ‘prêt-à-couture’ creations seduce the audience at each of its spectacular fashion shows.
MALNE is Paloma Álvarez and Juanjo Mánez, two designers who, with each fashion show, elevate the level of haute couture. They’ll be presenting their new collection at the 76th edition of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid.
This Sevillian designer translates haute couture codes into a powerful urban concept that reflects on the past, present, and future. Nathy Peluso, La Zowi, or Milena Smit have already worn her pieces.
Eikō Ai delves into a fashion concept inspired by nature and based on the transformative power of light to convey good vibes and get the people who wear their garments to feel good.
Officially, Antonio Marcial’s work is described as elegant, comfortable, and inclusive; informally, it talks about revisionism. Redefining what gender is and is not, deconstructing to build anew. Which will you choose?