OCRE begins with an observation: How two contrasting elements influence aesthetically everyday life, and how pure is enhanced when both meet. The modularity of the urban environment and the simplicity of nature.
In OCRE, factors such as the environment, temperature, erosion, or anything that does not intentionally participate in an aesthetic creation but plays a major role in its evolution bind together.
The result in OCRE is a notion born from instincts, fruit of sensations, that the designer has experienced in the different environments he has lived. Symbols of everyday life, including imperfections are incorporated as something useful and functional, responding to the need for comfort.
Through the fabrics reminiscent images of tradition are transformed, and new formulas are created to live modernity. The use of linen, squares and stripes is done intuitively. The tailoring takes a non-restrictive approach accentuated by silhouettes and organic fabrics.
The influence of temperature and light is reflected in the color palette. Starting with a raw and tempered base, in different beige ranges, which is irradiated with strokes in energetic celestial tones or earthy orange tones, serving as a transition to greens, browns, pinks and violets.
OCRE is a collection approaching the sensory rather than a mechanical nature designed in a fully modern context.