If a few days ago we recommended which shows you can’t miss this week, now we advise you to plan for the rest of the day.
There are only 4 days left for the start of the most important national footbridge in our country, no matter who it is. We already have favorites.
The Asturian designer based in London has launched the campaign for her collection FW19 “Water’s Edge”.
The designer from Alicante (Spain) Domingo Rodríguez has won the 14th edition of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Talent competition with his brand Dominnico.
44 Studio has set the high standard in the MBFW. The firm remains true to its dark aesthetics with an amazing ability to create something new from the concepts they usually play with.
Melania Freire stood out for creating a collection inspired by the vivid colours and shapes of the painter David Hockney.
Lucky Dragon is already the new meeting point of the local Madrid scene. #mustvisit
The connection between exercise and feelings in postmodern life becomes the reflection of Shoop Clothing’s new 19′ spring-summer collection
Chromosome Residence is like a drug that alters consciousness. That plays subversion through surrealist art, asymmetries and orthopedic workwear.
They are the girl squad that is representing the emerging scene Made in Spain from the south: designers or street fighters who have created a mix of southern fire, parkineo folklore, 90’s gabber aesthetics and post-tumblr imaginary.
Glenda Lopez’s work have fascinated us. In all these years, the Madrid based has learned to unite dreams and art under the same element: jewelry.
A few days ago we talked to you about how impressed SHOOP left us with their new collection. Now, a few days after his presentation in Madrid, we know the lookbook FW18.
Supported by liquid modernity and far from styles, fashions or trends. UN_CONCEPT advocates “not belonging”, that is, because you can wear whatever you want and whenever you want.
Miguel Becer displayed in the frame #mbfwm a fall-winter 18? collection of free interpretation full of oriental inspiration, cut-out games and reinvention of tradition in bold concepts of current aesthetics.
The designer María Escoté was the first to climb on the Madrid catwalk to transport us, with her collection, to the moon.
Absolut Manifesto is the festival that fuses electronic music, contemporary art and technology with big futuristic doses. Three parties with which to vibrate between electrobeats, love, equality and transgression.