This year, Spanish talent has been present on the Czech catwalks, and not only has it been, it has conquered. Coming off a good streak after winning last March the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Talent award, having already received it in 2021, he now presents in Prague, where in front of a different and unknown audience he exposes what he is, the essence of his brand. Always connected to his Venezuelan roots, Rubearth's
Gabriel Nogueiras, Creative Director of the brand, seeks to transport the viewer to a journey through the jungle, one where magical realism is translated into garments with a variety of colours, textures, and patterns, where the natural spirit is always present. The collection features garments of all typologies in which it is impossible to define gender barriers. It is the fluidity that brings the oversized together with knitwear. Striped geometric motifs are mixed with many more organic ones that seem to mimic the forms of nature. Plants, flowers, fruits, and mushrooms are part of a two-piece set of shirts and pants with an allover print, making it one of the most striking looks in the collection.
Styling plays a key role with overlapping garments, in layering games that are always successful and even more so when it comes to knitwear. The knitwear is the other strong point of the proposal, especially in the accessories, with hats with jacquards with chicken foot patterns, which refer to the name of the collection Pata Pollo
. The Wayuu Mochila Bags attract attention, is not common to see Colombian handicrafts on European catwalks, and it is admirable that when talking to the creator, it is reaffirmed that the inclusion of them is the result of a joint effort with the original creators, the indigenous communities. An appreciation of the work of others that is always comforting and that speaks very well of one's own.