Fashion design and pattern making

Fashion collection “Warrior”.

Structural pattern of transformation-reconstruction

II CREAMODITE Fashion and Method Performance Runway

This collection is inspired by the distinctive elements of military uniforms and clothing. But it does not speak of war but of personal struggle, that which allows us to survive in our day to day life by bringing out the best in ourselves.

The common conceptual thread in all the designs is a woman who, within the same habitat, must learn, adapt, empathize, solve, stand out and survive. An environment that sometimes seems unreal or grotesque but is in reality, the world around us.

Outfits from the collection

Shooting Team

Model: Irina Cahe @irinacahe

MakeUp & Hair: NA-Z-A @naza_fg

Photographer & Retoucher: Bárbara Fdez @barbarafedez and Bárbara Pérez @ipnosix_studio

Assistant: Leilah Pérez @leilahbriansilver

Fashion designs: Bárbara Pérez by @morrowfashion

Indoor location: La Cuesta, creative studio @lacuestaestudio


II Creamodite Performance Runway

We have participated, with some of our outfits, in the second edition of the experimental patternmaking Performance Catwalk “Fashion and CreamoditeMethod, an international meeting that brings together fashion designers from around the world.

Morrow has participated by integrating Shingo Sato’s TR Cutting Technique ( origami, trompe l’oeil, volumes and pincer transformation) into his designs. The event was held at the
the design center in Madrid, Spain. Organized by
and Madrid City Council, creative director Juan Carlos Mesa (Maison Mesa), sponsor Oscar Areces (Angel Schlesser), with the collaboration of Workshop Experience Fashion (WEF).