SANDRINGHAM & BALMORAL COLLECTION
Designing takes me out of this world and into one where everything is possible. I love nothing more than the universe of fabrics, inventing stories with them, creating a common thread and modelling them to create garments that enhance the feminine silhouette.
Like nature, fashion is complex but its beauty lies in its apparent simplicity. Achieving it is unfeasible, but not being inspired by it is just as impossible.
This collection celebrates the days in the countryside in which the changing character of nature is appreciated, while it seeks comfort and versatility to solve sunny and rainy days with the same garment.
Balmoral Castle by Hulton Archive
Sandringham House by Mary Evans
Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Anne with a pony at Balmoral Castle
Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II
Claire Foy as Queen
Elizabeth II in "The Crown" on Netflix
Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret in "The Crown" on Netflix
Eucalyptus Prints by Albert Koetsier
In my design process I keep in mind the subsequent execution work. My knowledge of pattern making and sewing allows me to anticipate the assembly of the garment and, in a reciprocal way, design brings to tailoring what assembly techniques bring to my designs.
THE FIELD TRIP
Designing takes me out of this world and into one in which everything is possible... even belonging to royalty
Having specialised in scenographic design and subsequently studied fashion, I let myself be carried away by the fantasy that surrounds the world of performance. I try to capture it in a subtle way that is different and fun but at the same time comfortable and practical.
The sensitivity for craftsmanship, essential in taking care of our natural resources, is also very present in each piece, with embroidery of plants, crocheted floral shapes and accessories defined by bending bamboo branches.
Photography - AM Producciones