Roberto Torretta (Buenos Aires). In 1972 he arrived in Spain and settled in Madrid, where he began in the world of fashion.
In February 1996 he debuted at Pasarela Cibeles and from February 1998, he began to parade individually.
In March 2002, he was awarded the "Gold Pin" awarded by Fermoda 2002 and the Costa del Sol Fashion Show, in recognition of his brilliant professional career.
That same year he began to collaborate with Federópticos for the design of sunglasses and eyeglasses and in February 2003 he presented his first collection of sunglasses during the Cibeles Catwalk, which is marketed exclusively by the Federópticos Group.
In November 2003, he opened his own corners at El Corte Inglés in Madrid.
In April 2004 the showroom moved to 17 Fereluz Street, where a unique space designed by the architect Patricia Urquiola was created. Here he also sells his bespoke collections.
In September 2004, she presented her first jewelry collection within the Creators project, Fashion Jewelry, a project led by the jewelry firm Le Cadó.
In October 2005 he was awarded the T de Telva award for Best National Fashion Creator.
In 2006 he began his collaboration with the prestigious Suárez jewelry, with whom he has since designed the uniforms of the employees of his stores.
In September 2006 the international shoe designer Ernesto Esposito designs the first collection for Roberto Torretta.
In 2007 Roberto Torretta designs three models of rugs made by Carpets PEÑA.
In March 2007, he designed and presented the “Goodyear by Roberto Torretta” men's collection.
In January 2009, he signed a bedding license with the company Atrivm.
That same year, he signs another two licenses with ARC, for a new collection of crockery, and with La Roca furriers for a new collection of leather coats and accessories.
In June 2010 he was awarded by Men's health magazine as man of the year in the designer category.
That same month an agreement is signed with the company Mr. Marshall to launch its first line of watches.
In addition, Roberto Torretta has a collection of gold and diamond jewelry in collaboration with the Navas jewelers company.
Also noteworthy is the inauguration, in September 2010, of a multi-space on Calle Fereluz 17 (Madrid), where we find the prêt-à-porter collections, all the brand's accessories and the possibility of making exclusive custom-made pieces.
On October 21, 2011, Roberto Torretta was honored at the closing ceremony of Getxo Fashion Week (Bilbao).
2012 is the year in which it is sold to France, now, 2015 there are more than 100 for sale.
In 2013 it celebrates the 30th anniversary of the brand, having an impact in the press never seen before.
More than 80 points of sale in Spain.
He also received the most important “100 Latino Men” award that same year, sharing an award, among others, with the Nobel Prize winner: García-Márquez.
New project in 2014 of a Roberto Torretta fragrance, a feminine and modern, very urban perfume that goes on sale in 2015.
The international doll Nancy commissions 4 exclusive designs for the anniversary of the Nancy doll. It will be sold in September 2015 in all kiosks in Spain.
The border with South Korea is opened, introducing the collection. In addition to France and Chile
Roberto Torretta National Fashion Award granted by the Ministry of Industry and delivered by Her Majesty the Queen of Spain.
Roberto Torretta presents his Autumn/Winter 22/23 collection proposing hyper-real silhouettes with a midi cut, multi-pink-train and column in “changeant” effect satin fabrics in “brown golden, caldera, green, blue denim “peony haute” or microribbed raspberry.
The collection integrates sustainability both in the design process and in the fabrics; combining CAD technology and traditional cutting methods, resulting in minimal fabric waste. We highlight organic Japanese cottons and wools. We have the clear objective of raising awareness of respect for the environment through both eco fabrics and slow fashion: creating wardrobes that are a medium-term investment.
Twin designs, coats, jackets and pants in twill fabrics in neutral tones or navy blue pressed wool, define a meticulous tailoring that survives seasons and trends and is the basis of the collection.
Insinuating and captivating is the night. Black silk devoré velvet and silver metallic knit fabric design flared and column dresses that complete Roberto Torretta's collection proposal for fall/winter 22/23.