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Sonia Carrasco Madrid Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear Collection


Motivated and intrepid: this is how Sonia Carrasco approached her debut in Paris. “We can come up with something different and make our mark,” the designer said. This decision is part of a deeper transition of the Spanish brand founded in 2019. With eco-consciousness at its heart, mental health is the label’s next awareness objective: “This collection wants to raise a critical voice on a situation that is real. “, Carrasco said. “We believe that part of the problem is due to the overexposure and the constant tension that we live on social networks.

Illustrating this tension, the sleeves are extra long and there’s a sense of chaos in the strings cascading over certain pieces, “like those times when you feel emotionally low,” she explained. Its mesh, one of the keystones of the brand, is now linked to the idea of ​​neural tissue and brain connections. It is also the canvas on which she experiments with her monogram, a barraca, or typical Valencian cottage, representing the origin, culture and know-how of the brand.

Tailoring, another Carrasco trademark, has been refreshed through deconstruction. The jackets are cut to expose their internal structure. Her go-to blazer is oversized and genderless, and they only grow from there. “The most excessive is the one with the macrame on the back,” she said.

While Carrasco doesn’t like to define its brand as sustainable, its materials are indeed moving in that direction. This season, she used unsold fabrics, including vegan suede, recycled cotton and organic wool. “There’s no B option to do fashion any other way,” she said. As for the earthy hues in the collection? Both Dunes films were present on his mood board.