Jorge Vázquez

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About Jorge Vázquez

After a brief experience at the age of 18 in the Inditex group (Zara), he began his design studies in Madrid and then in the USA. At the age of 23 he won the first prize in the "IV Mostra de Novos Creadores de Moda" awarded by the Xunta de Galicia. Later, from 1995 to 1998, he collaborated in the Design Department of the Galician firm Antonio Pernas. Later he moved to Madrid to join the creative team of the firm Ángel Schlesser.

In the Fecón group he worked as coordinator of the design department in charge of its collections. Later he moved into the world of accessories with the company Fun & Basics, and at the same time launched his own women's ready-to-wear collection. In February 2002 Jorge Vázquez presented his first collection under his own name at Pasarela Cibeles.

His sixth fashion show, in which he showed his spring-summer 2005 collection for women and men, was awarded the L'OREAL prize for the best collection and best young designer. At the same time, since 2004, Jorge Vázquez has combined the presentation of his collections at Cibeles with a collaboration with the INDUYCO group, being the creative head of the event and party collections for the SÍNTESIS brand. In 2006 he collaborated with LOEWE to design the women's ready-to-wear collection. In 2009 he launches her first collection of the 'JV Petit Couture' line for communion for girls.

In 2014 he joined the team of another great Spanish textile company, El Corte Ingles, as coordinator and supervisor of the group's women's brands. Later in 2016 Jorge Vázquez returns to the MBFWM catwalk after 10 years, presenting his JV by Jorge Vázquez Autumn-Winter 2016/17 collection, which was awarded the L'Oreal prize for the best collection.

Currently, he continues with his project under the brand JV by Jorge Vázquez and his Haute Couture line, and since January 2020 he has been creative director of the legendary house Pertegaz.

Collection Lines

The collection is a trip to the 60’s Marrakech inspired by figures such as Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Berge, Talitha Getty, Paul Getty or Bill Willis. Orient seduction and luxury are the guiding thread of Jorge Vázquez's proposals for the next autumn-winter 2023/24. Jorge Vázquez, attracted by the seductive orientalism of Marrakech, dresses a woman wrapped in mysticism and hippie airs.


The Galician designer relives the nights at El Palais Zahia in the Red City, the palace was undoubtedly the place for the most decadent, extravagant and cool parties of the time. Jorge Vázquez reinterprets Saharan garments, bets on caftan coats with colored feathers and leopard skin prints and floods the most urban pieces with the color of Moroccan sand and spices.

The Countess Boul de Breteuil, who owned one of the mansions with the greatest history in the city: the Villa Taylor, inspires the most sophisticated and elegant looks for the nights of Jorge Vázquez's Marrakech.

Lines, color and fabrics

The splendor of the Marrakech’s Medina, its bougainvillea and jasmine mark the palette of earthy and sandy colors mixed with acid tones; oranges, limes, fuchsias... with which Vázquez draws his proposals for autumn- winter 23/24 and makes them with rich fabrics and ornamental embroideries of sublime beauty as if he were raising the walls of an Arab palace.

Very fluid fabrics represented through muslin, crepe de chine and very light twill in contrast with thick coat cloths, guipure or sequins for the more structured pieces. Vázquez opts for mosaic-shaped prints, ornaments such as the "zouacs" typical of carved wood, the volumes of the "gebs" produced by carved plaster... and all dotted with hypnotizing geometric and ethnic shapes typical of Islamic culture.

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