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ESDi Presents ESCAPE: A Fashion Runway

The outdoor swimming pool of Club Natació Sabadell Can Llong turned into an impressive fashion stage during the exciting fashion show «ESCAPE,» organized by the Superior School of Design ESDi, an affiliate center of the Ramon Llull University. Over 400 people gathered in the club’s stands to witness the stunning designs presented by the second-year students of the Fashion Design program at ESDi.

The title of the fashion show, «ESCAPE,» refers to a trend for the autumn/winter 2024-25 season developed by the ESDi Color Lab, the social and color trends laboratory of ESDi and recognized representative of Spain in the International Color Congress, Intercolor. The team at ESDi Color Lab, composed of professors, researchers, and ESDi students, conducts sociological and semantic analysis to identify changes in lifestyles and trends present in the sociocultural imaginary, which are then translated into the language of color.

«ESCAPE» is a proposal that reflects people’s need to immerse themselves in the search for a kinder and more harmonious world, where reality manifests through small doses of micro-happiness. Under this concept, the 46 fashion students from ESDi have worked on metaphors in volumes, surface treatments, colors, and shapes, giving new meanings to fabrics. Through the study and analysis of iconic jackets throughout the history of fashion and from their personal perspectives, the students presented redesigned proposals for mythical jackets such as the biker, trench coat, and bomber, generating hybrid and innovative typologies.

The students brought these proposals to life primarily using deadstock fabrics provided by the company Utexta, with which they were able to experiment and materialize their ideas. According to Loana Flores (@ocloyastudio), the professor of the Projects I course in which the students developed all the looks presented in the fashion show, «ESCAPE showed us diverse ensembles, a variety of silhouettes, fabrics reinvented through surface treatments, but above all, we saw a lot of dedication and hard work.»

In addition to Club Natació Sabadell and Utexta dyes and finishes, the event also featured the collaboration of the Sole Cester makeup school and Moritz, who contributed to creating a unique and complete experience for the attendees of the fashion show.

words: @annaamaso