Daniel Rosa, who graduated in the LCI Barcelona – FD Moda School, started his brand for men and women in 2016 with garments which are valued for striking harmony between craft and modernity and stand out for the use of innovative materials and a careful attention to detail. The brand is acutely aware of responsibility and sustainability in fashion, using local suppliers to make all its garments in Barcelona.
In 2016 he debuted with his collection “Resilience” for LCI Barcelona at 080 Barcelona in the young talent category and in October was proclaimed winner at the Budapest EFU fashion show. At the beginning of 2017, he won the National Generalitat of Catalonia Award for Emerging Design at the 19th edition of 080 Barcelona Fashion with his collection F/W “Isolation”.
In his latest collection Roots, the desire to find free, quiet and pristine spots in nature has turned it into a collection that flees from the metropolis and its socio-economic trappings, in a quest to find references in the rural; rooted in cultural and social traditions.
The main concepts of inspiration of the collection are drawn from the so-called neo-rural movement that espouses the values represented by the word: rural, as opposed to the values embraced by cosmopolitanism. Antagonistic aspects that have been applied to both the couture techniques and the choice of materials in the collection.