Spanish Fashion

Spanish Fashion

Spanish Designer - Best Fashion

Spanish Fashion
Jesus del Pozo

Spain is a country that has found its place in the fashion industry thanks to designers and companies that conquered the international market with such impressive results and commercial success. The fashion in Spain is synonymous with creativity, innovation, and competitivity!

Everyone knows the global importance of the Inditex group, but just a few know that the company makes up to 13 different sizes of the same garment. Did you also know that they release new designs twice a week and never repeat the same one?

Behind a big empire there is always an ambitious person with an extraordinary vision. In Spain, it’s Amancio Ortega, founder of the Inditex Group.

Loewe, Camper, Desigual, Mango and Cortefiel are just a few examples of other highly popular Spanish brands that have also succeeded internationally.


Spanish Fashion Mango
Spanish Fashion ZARA

Spanish Fashion - Talented Designers

Besides these famous brands are a bunch of talented designers who’ve been setting the fashion trends throughout the world for years.

Among many we emphasise Antonio Miró, Felipe Varela, Lorenzo Caprile, Paco Rabanne, Palomo Spain, the Sevillans Victorio & Lucchino and the colourful Ágatha Ruíz de la Prada.

Spanish Fashion Pedro del Hierro
Spanish Fashion Pertegaz
Spanish Fashion Pronovias

Spanish Fashion - BRIDE´S DRESSES

We can’t forget the well-known Rosa Clara, famous around the world for her designs of bride’s dresses and Pronovias

Spanish Fashion Pronovias
Spanish Fashion Pronovias
Spanish Fashion Pronovias

Spanish Fashion - FASHION SHOW

Every year the most outstanding Spanish fashion designers come together on Madrid Fashion Week to present their new collections. Some regular participants are Roberto Verino, Ágatha Ruíz de la Prada and Andrés Sardá. Others like David Delfín and Hannibal Laguna started as young designers and over the years have played a key role in the revitalization of the Spanish fashion.

Spanish Fashion Adolfo Dominguez
Spanish Fashion IFEMA