20 September 2020
As with every edition, MBFSWMadrid advocates for and showcases the talent of the rising stars of the fashion world. Among the new designers participating in the event, a proposal that came to life in the classrooms of IED Barcelona, Karont, stands out, presenting the collection ‘TRECE’ [THIRTEEN].
Behind this project are three of the school’s former Fashion and Graphic Design students: Aleix Díaz, 2020 Fashion Design graduate; the Graphic Artist Paul Lorant, who developed the latest works of Bad Gyal, as well as many other artists and streetwear brands; and Robber Rodríguez, Designer and winner of the award for emerging talent at MBFWM 2020.
Karont’s hallmarks are its commitment to local creation and quality, with pieces that encompass different unisex visions thanks to an extensive study of pattern making and excellent research into the techniques of screen printing, embroidery and sublimation. With regard to the collection the brand presented on the Madrid catwalk, ‘TRECE’ is inspired by spirituality and life lessons. Each piece is the result of a thorough study of contemporary society, in which its designers, through the use of different styles and silhouettes, represent the integration and heterogeneity of thought in the 21st century.
In the latest edition of this key event on the fashion calendar, a proposal from IED Madrid also hit the runway: ‘Puzzle’, by former student Cristina Ruiz.
IED Barcelona has been consolidating its position as a driving force behind innovation and social well-being through design education. "A collective dream" is a faithful reflection of this spirit.
IED sponsors 20 portfolios of 20 students of IED Barcelona and IED Milano.
Our Alumni Luis De Javier has dressed the artist for the art work of her last album.
Istituto Europeo di Design publishes the winners of the scholarship contest for the Master of Design and Innovation Programmes (MDI) at IED Madrid and IED Barcelona.
The four proposals, from the areas of Design, Management & Design Strategies, Fashion, and Visual Communication, convey the interests and concerns of a new generation of designers.
Fashioners of the World 2022 celebrates the end of the fashion students’ educational journey with a wide variety of proposals that all share a fresh and innovative vision of the fashion world.
IED in collaboration with Feeric Fashion Week, will award one special merit-based scholarship to attend the Summer Course in Fashion Trend Investigation held in IED Barcelona campus in July 2023
The largest European meeting to raise awareness about the implementation of activities and projects aligned with the European Green Deal.
IED Barcelona Design School thus reaffirms its position as an international benchmark education institution in Design and Fashion studies within Spain.
IED students will explore alongside members of ONCE possible responses to the difficulties faced by this community with relation to everyday objects.
‘Aitarekin Afaltzen [Dinner with my Father]’ has been awarded in this contest known worldwide for his mission of scouting new talents and supporting them.
Modernist, Persian and Oriental influences. Casa Vicens, Gaudí’s first work, was the inspiration behind the design that IED Barcelona showcased in this house-museum.
The first work of Antoni Gaudí is an unrivalled setting in which IED Barcelona finds a parallel between the architecture and the proposals of the recent graduates: experimentation and creativity.
The projects chosen are the result of a creative process developed in different stages: from research to the final proposal.
Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week returned with a digital format and IED joined it .
Virtual innovation is gaining increasing importance, and for creatives, it is a great tool to transform and improve society.