There are talents that train and other ones that comes as standard. That is the case of the young designer Juan Carlos Pajares, who at 22 years old has a long record of success. Although not surprising, because being very small he spent the classes drawing figurines in his agenda or directly embodied how they might go dressed his classmates.
The media endorse and the fashion houses try to catch him. And it’s no wonder, because their first collections are already walking the streets and have been successful in streetstyle of the most relevant Fashion Weeks in the hole world such as New York, Dubai or Paris.
Currently, in addition to develop their personal project, he can say that he has had the pleasure of working in the design department of a national firm; as is the case of The 2nd Skin CO, which tells us that made him grow as a professional, in addition to being able to participate technically in the wardrobe of a Hollywood production, which will soon be on screens.
Form – Follow – Function (T3F), this is the premise that serves as a guideline for his . The two schools where the young designer has formed [Central Saint Martins and College of Design in Madrid] in addition to the Bauhaus; Pop Art or the Memphis Group. Three inspirations three times design, three colors and three cities [Madrid, London and Paris], all this is what the young designer manifested through his clothes.
“She Dandy”, his latest collection, is full of symbols and messages that give life to clothes that exude good taste and an exquisite pattern. The key to this collection is the ambiguity, the seduction of the woman who plays this role. She is now who plays with femininity and masculinity, tempting the man what he wants. Now she‘s the one with all crave freedom.
All seems that this young talent will amaze and arouse the concerns of the industry again.
Now, those figurines reflecting on his agenda when he was just a child, become the prelude to authentic works of art and authentic success that we hope will be the first of many. And who knows if soon we will see working alongside some of his header designers as Altuzarra, Proenza Schouler or the Rodarte sisters.
For now we must wait to see the next work of Juan Carlos Pajares, which we have been fortunate to discover that it be composed of more commercial pieces, as opposed to experimental pieces, which will prevail much more technical plastics and fabrics with organza and silk Mikado. All this with a general trend: very special embroideries and prints.