Spanish designer labels are overtaking Italian and French labels, thanks to their simple, timeless pieces. We’ve put together the hottest Spanish fashion labels.
Spanish fashion is a popular choice for luxury wear, overtaking Italian and French labels!
Italy and France are often cited as the fashion capitals of the world, but Spain is coming to the forefront with the help of luxury, designer fashion Spanish brands. Here are the 5 Spanish brands that you need to keep an eye on this year!
Dainty Delilah is a family run children’s clothing boutique in Essex, specialising in Spanish children’s clothing and baby wear.
Since establishing in 2011, Dainty Delilah have always sourced handmade clothing and accessories from top designers in Spain, who use the finest Spanish pique materials and exquisite Spanish lace and trims. Working closely with big Spanish designers including Miranda and Dolce Petit, Dainty Delilah now have over 20 lines of branded children and baby wear
Browse the online store for traditional girls’ outfits, classic boys’ rompers and Spanish baby dresses – to name but a few!
Sunad (which is ‘dunas’ spelt backwards – the Spanish word for dunes) is a Spanish shirt-only brand, creating designs inspired by nature, deserts and Spain. Sunad was born as a Made In Spain brand and remain that way to this day, as they design, cut and assemble all of their products in Spain.
Two friends, Ana and Palmoma, were inspired by the colours of the desert, so they combined their graphic and interior background to create Sunad. The two madrilènas create beautiful, timeless and classic shirts for women using 100% natural fibres.
The versatile collection includes slouchy shirts, shirt dresses and jumpsuit, made in a variety of patterns and natural materials, and priced between £100-£120.
Nice Things Paloma S.
Nice Things Paloma S. was launched in 1995 by Paloma Santaolalla and Miguel Lanna, and was taken over by their daughter Paloma Lanna in 2012.
Nice Things Paloma S. create clothing for women of all ages and are best known for designing and creating printed shifts, waist-tie and slip dresses, patterned tops and wide-leg trousers. The brand also has an extensive jacket department, with an array of transitional cover-ups, kimono-style jackets and light-weight parkas.
Nice Things also have limited edition ranges that are only available for a short amount of time, which include season-appropriate pieces. For example, the latest limited edition range is based around soft linen and stripes.
Loq was launched in 2015 by Keren Longkumer and Valerie Quant, who met whilst studying footwear design in Los Angeles.
Designed in Los Angeles and made in Spain, Loq stock women’s contemporary footwear to suit any occasion. From dainty string sandals and block heels, to woven mules and suede pumps, there is something for everyone. Longkumer and Quant incorporate soft feminine shades like lime-green, dove-grey and cappuccino-brown into their shoe designs.
The range is also sturdy and practical, which makes the footwear all the more appealing. Prices start at $290 and Loq regularly create seasonal look books with their shoes to show people what outfits can be worn with them.
Cortana is a contemporary and femininity Spanish brand created by designer Rosa Esteva, taking a traditional approach to creating beautiful dresses and jumpsuits that ooze femininity. From daytime pieces to after-hours soirees, Cortana specialise in creating luxury pieces for every occasion.
From romantic evening dresses and linen tops, to floaty trousers and sleek denim, there’s a staple piece for every woman to enjoy. Prices start at £115 for a top and £270 for dresses. There is also a regularly updated look book feature on the site, displaying the seasons latest clothes and accessories designed by Esteva.
Esteva also creates ethereal bridalwear; extremely delicate and light to the touch.