Until recently, directing films seemed off-limits to women in Spain, but a new generation of filmmakers —Carla Simón, Pilar Palomero, or Paula Ortiz, among others— have broken through that glass ceiling.
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?
Defending the body’s sensuality far from political correctness. From this perspective, emerging brand Alejandre promotes female empowerment and breaks the taboos associated to silhouettes.
In his debut on the runway, Redondo Brand has reached a milestone reserved for the chosen few: the award for best collection at the 75th edition of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid (MBFWM).
Jaime Álvarez goes over tailoring codes from the perspective of a new masculinity. His impeccable designs are embellished with colourful bows, unbelievable prints, and are even caressed by silks and leathers.
To design pieces that stand the test of time and have the capacity to transform in its wake. This is the sustainable motto of Corsicana, a brand that doesn’t believe in traditional collections, rather in fashion chapters that tell a story.
Curiosity, courage, commitment and, above all, a constant quest for connections between disciplines and languages. Under Pablo Erroz’s inquisitive gaze, design becomes infinite.
Gabriel Nogueiras is the person behind Rubearth, which has sustainably developed a project that combines personality, creativity, and commitment. His latest collection, Fat Man, has granted him the 2021 Mercedes Benz Fashion Talent Award.
We chat with Anäis Vauxcelles, founder and director of 404 Studio, the creative workshop awarded as the best emerging collection of the year in the latest run of the MBFWB. A vision of contemporary and sustainable fashion.
With his latest show, The sleep break, at the last edition of Madrid Fashion Week, Otrura reaffirms its presence on the current scene by investigating the complexity of the tailor. His last bet: an invitation to personal reset that goes beyond fashion.
María Lemús and Víctor Alonso make up one of fashion’s most ground-breaking duos. Turning knitwear into the sought-after fabric for trap rappers and modern artists is one of their successes. Another, the fact that their production comes from a cloistered convent.