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Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid

Roberto Verino

Roberto Verino (1945 Verín, Ourense) created his first collection under the brand that bears his name in 1982, and in 1984 he showed at the then Cibeles Fashion Week for the first time. In 1999, he joined forces with Jesús del Pozo, Antonio Pernas, Ángel Schlesser and Modesto Lomba to form the Asociación Creadores de Moda de España (ACME), an association that promotes Spanish fashion.

Throughout his long career, he has received prestigious awards such as the “Aguja de Oro” (Golden Needle) (1992), three “T de Telva” (in 1991, 1994 and 1995), the Marie Claire “Prix d’Excellence” (2002) and the Gold Medal of Merit in the Fine Arts (2008).

In 2016, he became the first Spanish designer to join the international “See now, buy now” movement. He presents his current season’s collections on the catwalk, showing garments already available to his customers, providing the immediacy required by new times.

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LEGACY is a glimpse of what is yet to come. It is the will to contribute to a kinder, slower and attentive world that values things done well, dedication, affection, and respect for quality ... We believe in special garments that are treasured for a lifetime as part of our memory and that of those who are yet to come, who will recover them to make them their own by bringing them to the 21st Century.

We believe in the wardrobe as a philosophy of life, as a way of understanding fashion and respect for the world. Timeless, high quality garments that stay with us throughout our life, creating memories and emotions. Garments that we come back to season after season to mix with other more trendy items or to wear in a different way.

We recover Roberto Verino's icons such as blazers, shirt dresses, trench coats and long dresses to bring them to the 21st century by combining them with more current garments such as denim, wide ankle trousers, and lady-like blouses. We give special prominence to honest shapes that are simple and uncomplicated.

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