The Spring Summer 2020 collection themed INFRARROJO (infrared) features unique prints of skeletal parts that appear to show through using infrared rays.
Tramando‘s unique and playful textiles are printed in their atelier and each one is unique. After plain fabric is sewn together, each item is carefully pressed to print and add color. Pressing on a flat surface creates a shadow on the print, which is a characteristic of the designs. It is a very laborious task, but designer Martin Churba puts his artistry and messages into this textile expression. This season the focus is on their self-production process, and the ‘hands’ and ‘heat’ motifs used in their designs are direct expressions of this.
Martin Churba is an artist in the fields of fashion, product and textile design, who was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he currently resides. He specializes in clothes made without threads but rather by pressing rubber or beads onto fabrics, creating his own unique textiles. Tramando’s creations are not bound by the concept of ‘clothing’ and continue to evolve as pieces of art. In creating clothing, he has always valued free ideas. It is the designer’s hope that customers who choose his pieces will feel a sense of ‘freedom’ from Tramando’s textiles and enjoy the different expressions each time they wear it. In addition, the brand promises to deliver more textile expressions to the people in Japan.
Tramando, led by Martin Churba, launched its first collection in Fall/Winter 2004-05. The collections, which consists of ready-to-wear and haute couture items, features original prints and creative fabric treatments with a rock chic edge.