About the collection
Biziraun (Basque term for enduring) is the first collection by Asier Quintana as an independent designer, who was awarded Best Emerging Basque Designer at the 8th edition of the BIAAF international competition.
The idea stems from a deep exploration of heritage and family roots, shaping the essence of human existence.
Conceptualized through the transformation of vintage garments and a range of family relics, the collection attempts to deconstruct and reinterpret the symbolic meaning associated with traditional garments.
Particularly, the essence of the "costume". Through this process the traditional masculine components are rediscovered, embracing a more sensible perspective.
Deconstruction is integrated into this collection using classic tailoring techniques in combination with different draping methods.
All materials used in this drop are deadstock and vintage fabrics of heritage value.
The Biscayan Asier Quintana, chosen as the Best Emerging Basque Designer by BIAAF
Asier Quintana grew up surrounded by threads and fabric scraps.
His grandmother is a dressmaker, and his aunt also studied Design.
"Fashion is something I have always breathed at home."
With his talent and creativity, he has prevailed over the other
29 finalists from among 1,302 designers from 92 countries.