Cartela Oficial de Madrid Es Moda

Madrid Es Moda returns to the streets of Madrid

 Madrid Es Moda vuelve a las calles de Madrid

From April 10 to 15, Madrid will celebrate Madrid`s Fashion Week, which will have one more year with the important presence of Madrid Es Moda, the initiative led by the Association of Fashion Creators of Spain (ACME), which once again has the support from the Madrid City Council, through the Madrid Capital de Moda project.

On this occasion, as happened in the last September edition, Madrid es Moda, wants to promote Spanish designer fashion, firmly linked to Slow Fashion. The collections of Spanish designers will be presented through performance events, which the general public can enjoy through different videos that will be posted on both the Madrid es Moda and Madrid Capital de Moda social channels.

The organizers of Madrid Es Moda not only want to support spanish autors fashion, but also take it out to the streets and emblematic places of the city, since designers will have the opportunity to interact with their clients and bring their proposals closer to small-capacity appointments. and format.

La tienda del Siglo XXI (The XXI Century store) located in MediaLab Prado, will be the place where the public can see the collections of different designers, always by appointment to comply with all sanitary measures. At this very special point of sale, customers can count on the advice of expert stylists, and later make the purchase of the different garments created by different designers, through the official website of Madrid Es Moda.

Tal y como sucediera en septiembre, las marcas españolas quieren defender con esta nueva edición de Madrid Es Moda, el Slow Fashion como base de una filosofía de moda de futuro. Todos los pilares del Slow Fashion como el respeto y la conservación del patrimonio cultural de nuestro país, íntimamente ligada a una industria de  oficios reconocidos mundialmente, están recogidos en el Manifiesto Slow Fashion redactado por ACME. 

As it happened in September, Spanish brands want to defend, with this new edition of Madrid Es Moda, Slow Fashion as the basis of a future fashion philosophy. All the pillars of Slow Fashion such as respect and conservation of the cultural heritage of our country, intimately linked to an industry of world-renowned trades, are included in the Slow Fashion Manifesto drawn up by ACME.

 Slow Fashion  Manifesto

You can also know what Slow Fashion is for all the designers who participated in the September edition of Madrid es Moda in the following playlist that is headed by the definition of Pepa Bueno, the deputy director of the Association of Fashion Creators Spanish, in which production in proximity or local work stands out, among other values ​​where, above all, it stands out that we must avoid “throwaway” fashion.


In this new edition, Madrid Es Moda will feature the participation of important names in Spanish design such as Ángel Schlesser, Carlota Barrera, Devota & Lomba, Ernesto Naranjo, Pilar Dalbat, Roberto Verino, Oteyza or Moisés Nieto, among many others.

If you want to know what awaits you in this new edition of Madrid es Moda, you can take a look at all the collections that were presented in September where you could see absolute samples of talent, tradition and courage.

Very soon we will tell you many more news about this new and awaiting edition of Madrid Es Moda.

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