What is Fashion Space?
The Fashion Space is a unique shopping concept showcasing outstanding international designers on a monthly basis. Established by renowned fashion creative director Lupe Castro, Fashion Space offers an exclusive shopping experience based on experiential retailing. Lupe travels the globe discovering emerging international designer brands and introducing them to new markets and the Fashion Space will be part of this vision. The Fashion Space isn’t restricted to one place instead travelling from place to place to offer something unique every 2 months.
Calender of Events: 2018-2019
Calender events showcasing our chosen designers and concepts for shop and online in 2018-2019
December 2018 - WONDERLAND
As the year comes to a finish at Fashion Space, we wanted to create our own kind of WONDERLAND, one full of Sparkle and Colour. So to showcase this magical world, we chose PEDRO PALMAS for sparkle and sequins and NESTOR RODRIGUEZ PRET A PORTER for colour and sharpness.
January 2019 - GRADUATES
We wanted to start with two promising and talented designers that we spotted during 2018. Despina Chatzidakis that we picked out of Graduate Fashion Weeks´talented showcase, and Imanol Cruz
February 2019 - Phoebe English
March 2019 - Jamie Wei Huang
April 2019 - Sustainable Fashion
May 2019- Emerging Talent - TenerifeModa
June 2019 - ARN Cultural Pride
July 2019 - Swimwear - GCMC
August 2019 - Style Clash - IslaBonitaModa
September 2019 - Vintage
October 2019 - Haute Couture
November 2018 - were travelling to Brussels for the IIDE
The month of November Fashion Space will makes its first pop-up outside the Canary Islands, the selected place is in Brussels, Belgium. The event will be held in a unique enclave iide is the selected place , The International Interior Design Exhibition.There you can find new collections of national and international designer artists. The event will be done during the Sat, 17 Nov 2018 to Sun, 25 Nov 2018, 17:00 CET. Remember to buy your ticket. If you can not attend the event, don’t forget to check out our online store ,where we will publish The new pieces
April - May 2018 - " #Who Made My Clothes", Savia De Oro.
Spring means renewal and we can't think of a better way to start than with Fashion Revolution.org. Quote "We also love fashion but we dont want fashion to come at the cost of people or are our planet". Savia de Oro is a new lingerie brand, whose signature is delicate, sensual and feminine. Founder Ivana Viña Oro, utilises hand-dyed quality fabrics using different artisanal techniques. All her pieces are individually made and in the dying process the colour is extracted directly from the sap of plants and flowers. All her paints and organic inks are ellaborated by non-toxic processes. Sign up for dyeing and customisation workshops at Fashion Space Shop by Ivana this October.
December 2017 - "An Introduction from Russia..." "из России с любовью"
A Pop Show room curated by London Based Russian designers Veronica Basharatyan and Marianna Molchanova . Both designers currently work and show internationally and travel the world with their renown Style Notes showroom.
November 2017 Catriona Hanley
London based Irish designer Catriona Hanly studied her craft at Central St Martin’s in London and The Barbara Bourke College of Fashion in Dublin. Her fashion collections have made waves both in Ireland, the UK and the US and her stand-out creative designs also caught the attention of celebrities worldwide. Catriona’s signature ‘collars and cuffs’ detailing is a consistent trait across all collections bringing strong continuity through each season’s story. Luxury also undulates at the centre of each collection conveyed by the designer’s trademark eye for fabrics, colour and texture.
October 2017 Wilfried Pletzinger
The fashion designer Wilfried Pletzinger upcycles apparel. This means he re-designes and upgrades existing garmets. He develops individual designs out of sportswear. – taking original designs to create sophisticated, wearable fashion with personality and sex appeal. He refuses to accept any inherent limits found in the original pieces’ patterns, forms, or material. Wilfried Peltzinger is fascinated by the challenge of developing something new, glamorous and contemporary while drawing inspiration beyond just retro, vintage or copycat style.