Fishermen have their own measure of time, as day and night blend into a complex singularity. They fish at night, and the balance of that effort is a booty that shines like precious metal in the light of day in fish markets and squares.
Since ancient times, Galician men and women have maintained a complex and intense relationship with the sea. A contradictory relationship because it is both a source of life and a source of misfortune. Beyond being an ideal place for legends and superstitions, fishing has marked the identity of the people who have found in it a way of life, making it an extension of their personalities
Throughout the social and cultural history of the Galician people, the sea has been
the backdrop against which a large part of the Galician landscape is drawn.
The solid knowledge of the world of fashion design has been passed down from generation to generation, which allows D-due to maintain all the original aspects of tailoring. In each collection the garments are made by hand, with extreme attention to detail in every element.
Mujer de negro
To some extent there is always a woman in black who inhabits a unique space in our imagination. In Galicia, for generations these women have been a social entity in itself. That is the conceptual starting point for ‘Woman in Black’, a D-due project in collaboration with 90_20
We discovered an open, creative and cosmopolitan city that has managed to promote its culture and craftsmanship through interesting industrial and artistic projects.At the beginning of May Charo Froján and Alfredo Olmedo travelled to Guadalajara, Mexico, for the installation and inauguration of the exhibition ‘Woman in Black’, a project by D-due in collaboration with 90_20. […]
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