The story behind this collection is based on the excitement of glimpsing other versions of yourself and the feeling of being an outsider in a society where the question of identity seems to not allow for differences. “Anomalies” are disquieting because they draw attention to a feeling of community which is based on the arbitrary criteria of “normalcy”.

We often find ourselves looking for empathy, familiarity or simply social acceptance. Perhaps what we are really trying to do is create a place where women do not have to make an effort to replace or hide the strange, intimate elements that make us who we are. Accepting our own strangeness is a kind of statement and self-affirmation.

This is a story about friendships among women who are capable of embracing the “monsters” inside them and expressing them in numerous ways. These are monsters that lie beyond gender and which we often hide, but we still love them and even boast about them. They are the real “me” inside us, our irreplaceable touch of difference: these monsters are our most “weird girl” part.

“A Short Story of Weird Girls” aims to subvert identity stereotypes of female identity and to strip away the clichés surrounding women. To do so, I have worked with five aesthetic silhouettes that represent a conversation among five women. With their stories, they write a collection with what initially appears to be disorderly rhythm that eventually becomes a single aesthetic full of nuances, like questions without answers that underline the possibility of freedom of choice, behaviour and the search to build an identity.

“A Short Story of Weird Girls” also contains a powerful feeling of connectivity and community so that, for the first time ever, I wanted to invite several creators to collaborate on processes that surround the presentation of a collection: the stage and the press pack.

Artist Eva Fábregas was in charge of the show’s staging. Her work explores the eroticism of objects and the mechanisms of the engineering of desire. It is an installation created for the occasion in which a series of sculptures with protuberant shapes contort themselves and expand throughout the space to establish a conversation between the inanimate and the organic which invents new fields of sensuality.

The press pack format, which plays an essential role in disseminating the collections, is vital on this occasion because it has become a receptacle of extraordinary stories, interconnected with the collaboration of several guests, women invited from the world of culture to create a multifaceted tale. This conversation appears in a fanzine, a genre with ties to the underground: amateur, hand-crafted, in limited editions and with high artistic value, whether extravagant, weird, marginal, avant-garde or rebellious. I have invited MadameL. to curate this fanzine and to several women from the world of culture to that I admire for its attractive rarities and its
universes full of singularity. .

Thank you Alaska, Angela de la Cruz, Nathalie Poza, Rossy de Palma and Topacio Fresh,
for your tremendous generosity.


The tailoring is for a Utopian woman and has with a strong idealistic style. Expressed through floral prints, green and black stripes, glitter on tulle and jacquard Viyella with a special look represented in the fabric through the image of feminine eyes. The result is an avant-garde mix with a very different temperament from classic men’s and women’s tailoring.

The feminine part is represented in black and white and has clear philanthropic intentions. The use of different textures gives technological pleats a special temperament, jacquard knit and lace with a special hand-painted floral print.

A bolder, more vibrant and cosmopolitan women who expresses her personality with yellow, black and pale pink/beige, with boldly experimental fabrics. The collection features everything from hand-embroidered sequins arranged in colour blocks to braided PVC strips with an intricate woven silk fringe, and metal dresses made of silver mesh with encrusted metal pieces embellished with crystal embroidery.
A woman in gold and silver lamé is vibrant, exciting and passionate. Floaty, draped dresses, generously embellished all around with original metallic, crimped crystal embroidery.
Volume comes from pale beige, light pink and red taffeta pleats, flounces and frills that flutter around the body in the collection’s most carnal garments. The result are mini dresses and bodies that represent the most attractive, pleasurable part of voluptuous, sensual femininity.