The Valencian brand is inspired by the painter and his coinciding 150th anniversary and will premiere their new collection
The valencian brand Rubio Kids will present their new communion / ceremony collection 2014 which is dedicated to the painter Soralla in a parade which will take place during the Magical Day by FIMI in Madrid. The brand has decided to pay homage to the painter’s 150th birthday anniversary, and has done so by using known paintings from the artist as inspiration for his new collection.
The style and the light of the painter create the company’s skirts, dresses and shirts. The oil paintings dedicated to children and women on the beaches of Valencia, where the predominant characteristic of his work; freedom of brushwork and light of their land, are details that has tapped Rubio Kids for this presentation in society.
The garments are intended for a generation of children, covering models for children aged 3 months to 16 years, who understand fashion. A generation that has marked, demanding tastes by nature, and that is in tune with the latest trends. The creator of this parade and current designer of the brand is Nuria Subietas, she is Catalan and creative textile specialist in ceremony wear collections.
However, according to Enrique Rubio, manager of Cuardernos Rubio and the person in charge of children’s fashion, “a collection is the result of team work. Each time we look to move away from our own personal ideas, and try to make a line based on the criteria of Rubio Kids design team united.”
Magical Day by FIMI is going to Madrid to create a new space, a new market and new Business perspectives for the communion / ceremony sector. A showcase of fashion with a scheduled catwalk.
The “mother company” of this fashion company is Cuadernos Rubio, 1956, some booklets that have served as a reinforcement to teaching and helping generations of children to learn and grow.