End of the Year Gala 2018/2019
Hacer Creativo’s spectacular End of the Year Gala 2018/19 took place in an exceptional setting: The Monastery of the Resurrection of the Canonesses of Santo Sepulcro. Senior year students presented their collections on the topic “Fashion and Religion”. Congratulations to students and teachers for their outstanding work and dedication throughout these months and in making the catwalk show unforgettable. A special thank you to the Community of Regular Canonesses of Santo Sepulcro for their hospitality, to GLOBE modeling agency, Elisa García Makeup, Art & Design Foundation and Dolce Catering for their excellent work and collaboration in putting together such a memorable event.
Video elaborado por: Cuadrofenia Films
Fotografías desfile: Marcos Cebrián
All religions try to answer the same question. How does life appear?
We have always been told that life on Earth emerges in Africa millions of years ago. Civilizations that begin with polytheistic theories and beliefs in which the shaman was a point of union between the gods and the tribes. Over the course of history, these civilizations were exported to America.
The mixture of the most primitive viewpoints with new Christian beliefs brought a new religion to life: Voodoo; known for both healing magic and black magic with a doll as key element.
YEAR – 1 is inspired by a new rebirth, at the origin of a new life. A life away from Earth with a futuristic and ecological approach that leaves behind the mistakes made.
This capsule collection fuses inspiration from the traditional Chinese religion and its culture.
The new is merged with the old. The collection features wool blend, one of the first resources to create fabrics and origami-like made fabric recreating dragon scales.
Honoring the dragon as a mythological being of good luck and superstition of the Chinese people.
A collection born at the rhythm of drums and bugles, entering the essence and meaning of Holy Week in Spain.
Through different colors, textures and silhouettes, we will perceive the contrasts that are experienced during these eight days.
Silence and noise, light and darkness, joy and pain, community and individuality.
The “Passional” collection hope to make spectators vibrate and feel.
God Ra leaves the earth at dusk with his boat through the Nile River, but must be back at dawn to return a new day, however, during the night he is attacked by the Apophis snake, wanting to end the world. Ra after fighting finally defeated Apophis and a new day begun.
After dawn, there is a rebirth of something new.
“Hágase la Luz” was born as inspired by UFO religions. The entire extraterrestrial world is present throughout the collection, in each of the garments, from its forms, to the use of colors in them, namely black, white, iridescent burgundy, silver and litmus blue, which directly or indirectly evokes it.
The collection highlights the creation of empty spaces in the garments thanks to the “honeycomb” manual technique and volumetric forms, which give rise to unstructured looks that don’t resemble the body’s shape, generating a distortion of reality in the viewer.