The big winner of this edition, founded in 2022 by Elisabet Stamm, has managed in a short time to find her essence with pieces inspired by streetwear with special details that make them stand out from the crowd. In this collection, much of the attention went to the outerwear, in which the wide silhouettes of puffer jackets served as a canvas to explore different techniques and aesthetics. We witnessed interesting plays on colour such as the combination of black, white, and orange, a palette that functions as the common thread present in the vast majority of looks, as well as other combinations such as different ranges of blues and shades of beige and cream. Several of the jackets on the catwalk, especially those with shiny appliqués or small embroidery with the brand's name, were recurring garments on the front row, demonstrating the commercial and functional output of the proposal.
The recycled leather garments with patchwork manipulations were another highlight of the collection, which showed an attention to detail that was praised by Lena Sophie Röper, Director of Design and Luxury at Zalando. “The craftsmanship and embroidery on the leather goods, as well as the complexity of the jackets' construction, were the highlights.” The fabrics present throughout the collection show the possibility of finding variety within sustainability: natural and organic hand-spun cotton, recycled lightweight man-made fabrics, and recycled leather combined in a natural and organic way. The name of the collection is Inner G, which inspires the wearer to feel like a goat. With the sharp silhouettes, the contrasting textures, and the innovative approach, it makes sense.