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Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   La Industria, la Cultura y los Creadores de Moda rinden homenaje a Pedro del Hierro

El mundo de la industria, la cultura y los creadores de moda rindió ayer homenaje al diseñador madrileño Pedro del Hierro con motivo de su retirada oficial como creador de moda. El acto, presidido por la ministra de Cultura, Ángeles González-Sinde, tuvo lugar en el Museo del Traje. CIPE y estaba organizado por el propio Museo, la Asociación Creadores de Moda de España y Grupo Cortefiel.

En unas emocionadas palabras el creador afirmó que “nunca soñé que mis creaciones entrarían a formar parte de la colección de un museo, como nunca soñé que mi firma estaría presente en docenas de países de todo el mundo. Y hoy, afortunadamente, ya no tengo que soñarlo porque ambas cosas se han convertido en realidad. Hoy me siento feliz y agradecido de recibir este homenaje, especialmente porque son las instituciones, los compañeros creadores y la industria quien me lo ofrecen”.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   El Museo del Traje presenta la exposición "Homenaje a Pedro del Hierro. Color, belleza y tiempo"

El Museo del Traje. CIPE, en colaboración con Grupo Cortefiel y la Asociación Creadores de Moda de España, ha presentado hoy la exposición Homenaje a Pedro del Hierro. Color, belleza y tiempo, que estará abierta al público hasta el 8 de mayo con motivo de su retirada oficial como creador de moda. La exposición muestra 25 creaciones de Alta Costura realizadas por el diseñador madrileño que el Grupo Cortefiel ha donado al Museo del Traje.

CIPE con el fin de que pasen a formar parte de los fondos permanentes de la institución. Además de estos trajes, la exposición ofrece al público una colección de fotografías expresamente realizadas para esta ocasión en las que la fotógrafa Sylvia Polakov ha retratado a diez mujeres de gran relevancia social que han querido rendir un tributo al diseñador posando con sus trajes.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   "Pedro del Hierro Madrid presents new AUTUMN/WINTER 15/16 collection in New York

Pedro del Hierro Madrid presents new autumn/winter 15-16 collections over New York fashion week. The brand exhibits new designs from Creative Director, Carmen March.

Pedro del Hierro Madrid returns to New York to reveal its new 15/16 autumn/winter collection. This is the fourth time the Spanish brand has been involved in New York Fashion Week. The new collection, designed under the guidance of Carmen March, is unveiled in the “Artbeam”, a ground-floor venue often used for high-end fashion shows with international brands. The new line will be revealed to important members of the Spanish and international press.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   "Pedro del Hierro Madrid" presents its Spring/Summer 15 Collection at the MBFW in New York

Pedro del Hierro Madrid is back in New York City to present its spring/summer 15 fashion collection. Carmen March, Creative Director of the brand unveiled her new work at Pier 59 Studios. For Spring 2015, Creative Director Carmen March was inspired by del Hierro’s earliest customers. “I was thinking of that select group of chic Spaniards that first championed Pedro’s collections in the ‘70s,” March explains. “And seeing Slim Aarons’ beautiful photos of their summers in Marbella and Sotogrande really had an impact on me.”

Aarons, the photographer whose rapport with aristocrats, movie stars and polo players allowed him to capture unguarded moments on yachts and behind villa walls, aimed to shoot “attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places.” His color-drenched summer photos, filled with languid, sensual poses set around sparkling pools, pushed March to experiment with cuts and fabrics, playing on the theme of clothing asymmetrically hugging the curves of a woman’s body as though she had recently emerged, fully dressed, from the water.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   Spain's words of encouragement inscribed on Vicente del Bosque's jacket

Pedro del Hierro, official partner of the Royal Spanish Football Federation and the brand chosen to dress the reigning World Cup champions, has selected the best of a very large bunch of fan’s motivational messages to be sewn into the lining of the official suit jacket which the National Coach, Vicente del Bosque, will take with him to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil 2014.

Shared with more than a million followers through social networks, the brand’s initiative has prompted a huge response with thousands of messages wishing the team the best for a second World Cup victory. “Reach for our second Star”, “If you close your eyes, you will hear all of Spain cheering for you’, “Remember that our dream is your glory” are among the 23 messages chosen to accompany the National Coach of this world-beating team to all the World Cup games.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   "Pedro del Hierro Madrid" presents its Fall/Winter 2014-15 collection at the MBFW in New York

Pedro del Hierro Madrid is back in New York City to present its Fall/Winter 14/15 fashion collection. Carmen March, Creative Director of the brand unveiled her new work at the EYEBEAM Atelier, located in Chelsea.

“More than anything,” Carmen March, the Creative Director of Pedro del Hierro Madrid, explains, “it was a feeling of hope that inspired me”. While she was designing this Fall/Winter collection, March was also re-reading Carmen Laforet’s classic 1940s novel, Nada. The book’s first chapter, describing the heroine’s arrival to Barcelona on an evening train, struck a chord. “Those opening pages are filled with a powerful yearning for a new beginning after the suffering and privations of a long Civil War–one can’t help but be moved by that desire.” It’s hard, notes March, to avoid drawing parallels with today’s Spain, where after years of a strong economic crisis, an exhausted population may finally be beginning to allow itself to hope that the worst might be over.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   "Pedro del Hierro Madrid" presents its SS14 Fashion Collection in New York for the first time

Pedro del Hierro Madrid brought members of the international and Spanish press together at the Canoe Studios in Manhattan for the presentation of the latest collection by designer Carmen March, her second show since she started as Creative Director at the company. March said that "Mariano Fortuny and his laid back orientalism aesthetics set the basis as a starting point for the new Spring/Summer collection for 2014".

The Creative Director at Pedro del Hierro Madrid, talks about the multitalented artist as one of the visionary creative forces that changed the course and modern concept of fashion. As Fortuny did in all his work along his very profilic artistic life, March shows this influence along the collection.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   Pedro del Hierro Madrid presents its spring / summer collection 2014 in New York

This represents the second collection of the newly launched line “Pedro del Hierro Madrid”, designed by Carmen March, who joined the company in July 2012 when appointed Creative Director of Pedro del Hierro. The first collection for the Fall/Winter season 2013 was presented last April in Madrid, and will be on sale from September 2013.

Since Carmen’s arrival to Pedro del Hierro in 2012, she has been working on the creation of the new line “Pedro del Hierro Madrid” and reinforcing a new creative phase for the brand.

Carmen March began her career in fashion working with Duyos & Paniagua and Javier Larrainzar until she launched Egotherapy alongside Juanjo Oliva in 2000.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   Creative Director Carmen March unveils new line for "Pedro del Hierro Madrid"

Pedro Del Hierro is bringing together the fashion press in DIMADMatadero de Madrid’s Design Centre to launch their new Autumn/Winter 13/14 collection for ‘Pedro delHierro Madrid’. The collection is the fruit of the company’s new creative era, led by renowned designer Carmen March.

Carmen has been working on the creation of this new line since joining the company in July 2012. The collection is sombre in terms of colour, consisting mostly of shades of black, dark blue and chocolate brown. Red, essential in a collection with Spanish roots, and lilac, the ultimate color of feminity, provide lighter accents.Two families of prints have also been developed, the first geometric and metallic and the second more floral. The fabrics are luxurious with unexpected combinations of textures and an eclectic mix of the masculine and feminine and the classic and the contemporary. The collection is complemented by a large selection of leather garments. Silhouettes focus on the waist and hips, softening the shoulders - and work for both day and night. This is a collection for women who are feminine, calm, strong, timeless and deeply Spanish. The collection will be in the stores from September.

Grupo Cortefiel selecciona los Proyectos Solidarios del “Concurso Involucrados 2012”

   Official presentation of Carmen March as the new Creative Director at Pedro del Hierro

During a press conference at the PdH store in Madrid’s Salamanca district, Pedro del Hierro announced that the designer will be joining the firm in September.

Juan Carlos Escribano, Grupo Cortefiel’s CEO, was present at the event to make the official announcement of the brand’s latest signing. “Carmen will be joining the firm’s Woman department, where she will be responsible for the positioning strategy as well as the creation of collections for the Pedro del Hierro brand”, he explained. “Our interest in Carmen stems from the quality of her work to date and for the respect, admiration and in-depth insight she has into Pedro del Hierro’s work and his outstanding contribution to Spanish design as one of industry’s leading figures in the last 40 years. We loved the passion and dedication with which she tackled the challenge of understanding the history, artistic principles and soul of this firm,” the Group’s CEO added.



 
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