AMA.Earth is a sustainable and functional lifestyle project. Born from a desire to storytell the unique lives and skills of craftspeople and their communities, they’re excited to see it develop into a platform for products that give a fresh voice to lesser-known artisans and their craft techniques.
AMA. Earth is a driver for addressing society’s attitude to overconsumption. They want to instill value and love into the things we own by knowing where, how and by whom our things are made.
London - Canary Islands
Apron is a functional and sustainable clothing brand made in Spain. He believes that each product has a story behind it. Something to count. The world is already overpopulated with soulless products and that is why he decided to create a sustainable clothing brand with a social commitment aimed at the Nomads, a tribe of which he feels a part and for all those who share the experience of feeling like citizens of the world and who have no boundaries or borders.
To give them a shared and at the same time unique identity.
Madrid - Costa Rica
This freelance designer believes in the perfect union between art and design. For this reason, each BUNNYWILD collection captures, through fashion, a series of sensations and aesthetic ideas that respond to the artistic concerns of each moment.
CELAZET is a newly created project by Carla Lázaro that reflects on the inner world and the metaphorical resemblance of the fashion world and its process.
Craft techniques, recycling, experimentation with fabrics and shapes, multipositionality and the deconstruction and transformation of pieces are the basis of the collection.
Shoes for men and women.
Design, hand made and limited editions.
Jack Botton is a project created by Giacomo Zagaria who works on the concept of "masculine" from a contemporary point of view, giving a creative touch to each of his pieces. His personal philosophy is based on "a powerful warrior from distant places who is making his way to the contemporary age."
This figure is inspired by Japanese culture and adopts samurai traits.
“I love freedom! Even in fashion... I think we should all dress freely, without complexes, without constraints, without any limitations.”
Their collections are 100% close.
Lisa Ivarsson Studio is a sustainable brand for active people.
With eye-catching prints in recycled polyester and waste stock material we offer something different in the sustainable fashion market. Each garment is transformable or reversible and very useful for an active life, instead of buying 2 purchases one.
Everything is produced in Barcelona.
Sweden - Barcelona
Sustainability has always been my obsession, exploring the use of recycled fabrics and the creation of bioplastics.
Crafts and new technologies can go hand in hand, and that's what I want to work on.
MESNIKOVICH’s mission is to highlight a woman’s beauty and personality through a unique and thoughtful design.
Nata Mesnikovich, through her creations, establishes a synthesis of Russian moderation and Spanish passion, expressed in lines, asymmetries, contrasts.
Barcelona - Russia
"El banc d'en Sinofós" it aims to show the evolution of a repeating generational cycle. We are all loaded with experiences that have impacted the survival of our ancestors. It is a broad reflection of maturity, time, and life that involves understanding where we come from to understand who we are and where we want to go. Each of the coat pieces bears embroidered photos on the inside of the lining; wearing memories and moments of this family cycle, feeling them as a part of us in this generational evolution.
Molmi is the brand of designer Maria Molina. From a process of introspection, she created her signature based on craftsmanship and respect for the environment.
She invites us to enter her creative world where we can find experimentation, fun and a lot of passion.
MOLMI BY MARINA MOLINA
Ocksa's constantly seeks to integrate the artistic and cultural movements that surround it.
It proposes a timeless and unisex aesthetic with a complex and sophisticated silhouette.
It uses organic raw materials mixed with technologies and unusual ones, combining practical comfort, utilitarianism and functionality.
Barcelona - Brasil
Roberta Modena is a fashion brand based on the concept of sustainability. He applies this concept from the raw materials they use, the production process and the sales philosophy.
Their collections have been created in collaboration with local artisans who are experts in finishes and pieces, natural dyes, pleats and knitwear.
Barcelona - Italy
Her current work is based on the defense of women and feminism in the face of obvious inequality. In addition to sustainability in fashion and capitalist consumerism that began in the late 90s; a big problem today with great consequences for the planet. In her project she has used ready-made clothes that she has recycled creating new garments in a very experimental way.
Her inspiration comes from late 80's Belgian designers, noir, deconstruction, post apocalyptic cinema and 90's trance music.
It's all about having fun with clothes and seeing what happens.
After graduating, Sonia Cuesta bases her collection on the concept of "legacy", thus representing the passage of time through the most important moments of a person's life.
Happy experiences like love, but also difficult such as forgetfulness and loss.
Winner of several national and international awards. His designs are inspired by conceptual art, destructuring the silhouette into layers and volumes.
With these deconstructions and overlays, he questions the pattern of European tailoring, which is why it has been associated with the Japanese fashion of the eighties and the Belgian fashion of the nineties.
Zhannaona is an avant-garde fashion firm based in Barcelona. Inspired by electronic music, abstract art and the performing arts, Zhannaona moves stage and catwalk designs to an urban setting, resulting in timeless and ethnic-futuristic clothing as well as genderless accessories with minimalist cuts and elegant that stand out for their comfort.