2 Mar 2019 - 00:00

“Visual optimism” is the new collection by Aubergin for autumn-winter 2019-20. It is inspired by the seventies, a decade full of color and optimism thanks to figures such as fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez, pop artist Andy Warhol and iconic muses like Diane von Furstenberg. The womenswear proposal is also based on the sensuality and the chromatic universe of Gustav Klimt.


Thus, the brand founded by Anna Uimonen and Nevean Holmes presents a collection that plays with two different lines: one more feminine, which translates into designs in light fabrics and fun prints; and a second more structures line, based on masculine tailoring, with straight and oversize patterns. With “Visual optimism”, Aubergin joins the current trend of erasing the gender borders in fashion along with other designers of this 23rd edition like Esaú Yori, Pablo Erroz and Chulaap.