Palomo Spain is function to make menswear a fairy tale come true, positively literally. Designer Alejandro Gomez Palomo. The twenty-four-year-old artificer established the label just under ten months ago by debuting his inception collection, entitled ´Orlando´ featuring an array of clothing based on Virginia Woolf´s conversions of Shakespearean gender-fluid characters. The collection as a whole is rich and assorted – there are Poet shirts presented in robin’s egg blue and tracksuits in boon tones complete with peplums and bishop sleeves which leave satisfy even the most demanding of any Elizabethan sports extremists. In addition to this, Palomo also has something to satisfy the sensational disco diva with his covetable retro-inspired tear away denim flares. “I judge that boys need to discover different ways to pass slowly clothes that we haven’t been able to wear up until now,”
His history seasons offerings saw him re-direct his normally ethereal, frill-forward work into more a more classically Elizabethan aesthetic: Ruffles cascaded out at the arm in a progress form and blouses were sharply cropped with descending, exposed shoulder panels. Palomo also gave the outstanding pinstripe suit a magical makeover, complete with a depression décolletage which was heavily embroidered with flowers.
“I put forth what I desire and then I bring it to my own universe, like ‘let’s be it to a different level and fantasize a bit more in the way they dress,’ ” Palomo reproduced. He gets inspiration from using mostly vintage materials, which are started from a small factory in Southern Spain´s Cordoba. “I make with materials that are usually used for womenswear. In the on, I have worked with a traditional haute couture stuff house that my seamstress has been using her entire tear. She does the dressmaking for older and wealthy women. That is the most sissified aspect of my sewing.”
For Men Only
Even though his collections are focused at the male market, Alejandro still receives many out of kilters from buyers who are purchasing the pieces for female clients. (Make an appearance me a girl who wouldn’t want to try on a pair of those Pepto pink velvet flares or that fuchsia sequined jumpsuit.). Despite that smooth though he perpetuates that his clothes are made for men, and designed with men’s corps and proportions in mind, Palomo doesn´t seem to be phased by this; “It is obscene to be buying men’s clothes that are actually something really unmanly. I think there is an attachment of mystery and excitement for women to buy men’s wardrobes.” The label was recently invited by the CFDA to show at New York Men’s Way Week which will take place on the first week in February and ordain mark the start of Palomo´s international fashion journey.