From February 2-5, more than thirty brands and designers will showcase their Fall Winter 2015 collections at Catalonia’s biggest fashion competition, to take place in Barcelona’s Maritime Museum
- Designers will show off their couture at several runways located in the Drassanes Reials architectonic block—one of the world’s most important civil gothic monuments in commercial use
- The Government of Catalonia is promoting 080 Barcelona Fashion in an effort to internationalize Catalan fashion and put the spotlight on the region’s local textile industry
From February 2-5, more than thirty brands and designers will showcase their Fall Winter 2015 collections in Barcelona’s Drassanes Reials Maritime Museum.
Catalonia’s Consortium for Commerce, Fashion, and Craftsmanship (CCAM) is supporting 080 Barcelona Fashion as a way to internationalize Catalan fashion while creating strategic links between designers and the local textile sector.
080 Barcelona Fashion hoped to find a landmark venue for the show, making the internationally recognized Maritime Museum a natural choice. This year’s runways will take over several areas of the Drassanes Reials’ architectonic block, one of the world’s most important civil gothic monuments in commercial use.
After fifteen years of success, 080 Barcelona Fashion has become a global industry benchmark followed by professionals and media outlets worldwide.
080 Barcelona Fashion’s 2015 edition will host the following brands’ and designers’ collections (in alphabetical order):
Aldomartins, Bóboli, Brain&Beast, Carrascal, Celia Vela, Cnd By Cóndor, Custo Barcelona, Desigual, Escorpion, Georgina Vendrell, Isometric, Josep Abril, Justicia Ruano, Krizia Robustella, Lebor Gabala, Mango, Manuel Bolaño, Menchén Tomás, Miquel Suay, Miriam Ponsa, Natalie Capell, Naulover, Oscarleon, Pablo Erroz, Pagè, Punto Blanco, Rita Row, Sita Murt, Tcn, Torras, Txell Miras, Who, and Yerse.