Get to know the artists behind our amazing collection
Lisa Lempp is one of our handmade bags and accessories designers. Her designs are colorful, urban, functional and with an aesthetic that dances between different eras: past, present, and future.
Her designs are inspired by the shapes, furniture, and architecture. She loves exploring different patterns while keeping functionality in mind.
She uses recycled materials from the cotton and meat industry. From the scraps, Lisa makes small leather goods, making sure no materials go to waste.
LOUISE, FRANCESCA & XABI
The dream team at our partnered brand Bonenfant Atelier, based in Barcelona. Louise, Francesca, and Xavi between them take care of the entire end-to-end process from the first sketch to the finished product. Their leather is created in local farms and ethically produced.
Louise: The designer and the creative spirit of the team. She began sewing at age 7 and still enjoys designing and developing samples.
Xavi: The production manager in charge of providing the best-quality materials needed.
Francesca: The maker who cuts, prepares, and sews the bags, one by one in the atelier.
Juanma’s brand Juanma By El Cuco reinterprets the elegant woman, combining classical and modern, individual feminine touches and aristocratic refinement.
The brand draws on influences from the past with a strong purpose for the future, through the use of sustainability, post-modernity, futurism, ethnicity and imagery creating volume, folds, and asymmetry – all with extreme attention to detail.
The fundamentals of Juanma’s work are pattern, fabrics and prints used, with the designs gaining their volume when worn.
Since 2007 he has shown his collections at various fashion events in Spain, like Ego de Pasarela Cibeles and 080 Barcelona Fashion.
Andrea Viêntëc is our designer and creator of beautifully handcrafted turbans made in her atelier in Barcelona.
She prefers to think of herself as largely self-taught, despite having studied Art at university in Barcelona, taken a variety of fashion courses and a millinery course at Central Saint Martins in London. She has always been drawn to fabrics, taking materials to their limit, often in unconventional ways and as a natural progression has created many pieces and costumes for theaters, commercials and short films.
To date, her turbans and other experiments have been featured in Vogue, Glamour and the Spanish newspaper El País and exhibited in showrooms all around Barcelona
Roberta is an Italian fashion designer living in Barcelona. In 2017, she graduated with honor from the prestigious European Institute of Design (Barcelona). She has always been passionate about the art of sewing and has spent years perfecting her skills.
She believes fashion should be personal, useful, groundbreaking and, most of all, sustainable. She is currently working on creating a fashion brand deeply rooted in the principles of sustainability, from the raw materials to the production process as well as in sales and packaging.
Miriam designs and makes each of the pieces by hand in her workshop in Barcelona. She uses 100% raw, natural materials.
Influenced by the Mediterranean Sea and the nature of the Costa Brava where she grew up, Miriam developed her own personal universe of inspiration.
The design of the pieces is the result of her experience of living in balance with that natural environment. Living in harmony with the inherent design of the objects that surround us on a daily basis thereby creating a subtle connection between individual and object.
Elisabet Vallecillo, the designer at Colmillo de Morsa, finds her inspiration in primary elements, organic aspects, and creative nature.
The raw material she chooses for her designs is characterized by natural fabrics that transmit warmth and personal sensibility. She incorporates sustainability as a part of her design
Inspired by her family, LOIDI, a dynasty of electricians for generations but with the soul of artists, Judith Loidi created the “worker" style capsule in which she reinterpreted the family work uniforms. Over time the brand has evolved into a timeless style.
Colors are represented in different textures and fabrics and are what inspires her to design each piece, with an inevitable retro style that can be seen in the details and finishes, like collars and buttons.
GINA CUSACHS is a Barcelona based sustainable accessory fashion designer and stylist. Bold, artistic prints and striking colours form the signature style of her designs.
Her limited edition collections are small sustainable runs, creating unique pieces made with love and acting again fast fashion. All pieces are handmade by local artisans.
Producing one seasonal collection a year, and adding some new products during the different seasons. Allowing her time to research and source sustainable fabrics and manufacturing methods. Gina' brand is committed to creating quality garments, which last and can be worn season after season. As a brand, they are on a journey towards sustainability and are conscious of our environmental impact.
They recycle or donate their textile scraps and samples whenever possible. Zero waste is their goal.
The collection is aimed at women who like to look different and want to dress responsibly, but without compromising their unique style, love of colour, and high standards for design and luxury fabrics.