Wonderland.

080 BARCELONA FASHION

It’s back! Expect a glittering new digital showroom, but more of the same buzzy designers Catalan has to offer.

Gaspar J. Ruiz Lindberg All that she loves

All That She Loves

Gaspar J. Ruiz Lindberg All that she loves
All That She Loves

Since the world was upturned by the global pandemic, the fashion world and brands alike have been clamouring for a way to become even more accessible and relatable at a time when things can change at the drop of a hat.

One such example is Barcelona Fashion Week, aka 080 Barcelona Fashion, which, since its inception in 2007 has swiftly become a pioneer at the forefront of international collections, showcasing only the most cutting-edge designs and ideas.

And this year is no exception, with BFW pulling out all the stops to cater to a growing international, but lockdown-limited audience. From the Catalan capital to now a showroom available for all – on the agenda: apt talks from Margherita Missoni on sustainability and social responsibility, tech talks on digitalising the fashion world, but let’s not forget their dreamy offering of shows.

Back again are the vibrant and exaggerated offerings from Custo, former “Best Collection” winner Brain & Beast (red wine in satchels, toggle hats and beehives had us rapturous last year), and Mans Concept & Menswear (expect more sensual tailoring). Also look forward to the sleek and sun-soaked swimwear courtesy of All That She Loves, monochromatic sophistication of Txell Mirais, unique sustainability of Lera Mamba, eikō ai, EÑAUT, Escorpian, Guillem Rodríguez, Júlia G Escribà, Lebor Gabala, Oscarleon, Yerse, as well as many more.

Keep your eyes peeled from today over the next week…

Discover last year’s highlights from 080 Barcelona Fashion

Gaspar J. Ruiz Lindberg Txell Miras

Txell Mirais

Gaspar J. Ruiz Lindberg Txell Miras
Txell Mirais
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