They release records at their own pace, without pressures of any kind. Teresa Iturrioz and Ibon Errazkin, the members of Single, are cult artists in their own right. Their music, however, is open to all publics — an exquisite blend of pop and folk that could belong to any period, but which always sounds fiercely personal.
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.
In a few months, Miren Arzalluz, the Spaniard at the helm of Paris’s fashion museum, will live a most decisive moment. The museum, currently undergoing renovation, will reopen its doors with new exhibition halls, a retrospective on Coco Chanel, and the presentation of the new permanent collection.
Tested on Instagram with thousands of likes, big tulles and maximalist ruffles have become synonyms with avant-garde. Madrid-born designer CÉLIAvalverde has turned them into her hallmarks, but her universe doesn’t end here. Ask Kendall Jenner!
On the verge of turning a decade in the market, Mercules has gone from making waves on social media as ‘the bags with the arrow’ brand to being a household name with a complex creative universe behind them.
Gloria Gubianas has proved money can be made while generating wealth in a disadvantaged community. We talked with her about Hemper, the sustainable handbag brand that has won her the 2019 Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award, as well as about her power as an agent of social transformation.
Madonna, Lady Gaga and Marilyn Manson usually wear Cecilio Castrillo's hand-modelled leather pieces. The artist and designer is currently showing his famous masks along with other creations in Wearable Art, his first solo exhibition running until December 31 at Naves del Matadero (Madrid). A show of unconventional leather craftsmanship.
Oteyza reinvents men’s fashion with a strong Spanish flavour. The Cordovan hat and coat get a new life from an avant-garde point of view by a conscious and provocative tailor’s firm that wants to transgress the codes of international menswear.
Marcos Seseña, quality, loyalty to the craft, exquisite customer service and a constantly renewed vision of a legendary garment: the cape coat.