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FALL WINTER F/W 2018 CAMPAIGN

In Fall/Winter 2018 collection, Laia Aguilar achieves the unexpected in her new collection for The Animals Observatory: forging a dialogue in her designs between Johnny Rotten of the ’70s and Italian country clothing of the ’50s. The painters Serge Poliakoff and Milton Avery assist her with a new colour palette. Irving Penn’s portraits and Roger Mayne’s street photos add their perspectives to her world, and an old deck of poker cards bought in a modest store in New York flies over the entire collection like a musical chord. FW 18 is life and truth for The Animals Observatory. Once again, Laia Aguilar’s unwavering vision of revival and curiosity influence the world of children’s fashion.

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SPRING SUMMER S/S 2018 CAMPAIGN

With her inexhaustible curiosity, Laia Aguilar usually derives inspiration for her collections from a multitude of artistic references, seeing art as a form of attaining beauty in any discipline. In the case of the SS18 collection, her sources of inspiration were the paintings of British and American artists, such as David Hockney and Fairfield Porter, the posters of Polish graphic artist Jerzy Treutler, the amazing homemade designs worn by participants in the 1960s Democratic and Republican conventions in the USA, Halley's Comet, the street style of the 1970s – for which Laia has such a great fondness – university uniforms... and a long list of other references that harmoniously come together in this new collection.

HERITAGE ACCESS

FALL WINTER F/W 2017

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A MEMOIR

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SPRING SUMMER S/S 2017

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STORY OF A STATUE

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FALL WINTER F/W 2016

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SPRING SUMMER S/S 2016

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