Fashion designer Victor von Schwarz was born in Sabadell, a province of Barcelona, in 1988. In 2013, having finished his design studies and learnt his trade alongside other brand teams, he decided to create his own label.
His first individual collection was presented at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, where he presented collections three years running. Some time later he decided to take on new personal and professional challenges and moved to Taipei (Taiwan), where he dressed local celebrities the likes of Jolin Tsai (???) and Soda Green (?? ?) among others. During this period the brand began its international expansion, establishing outlets in New York, Barcelona and Madrid.
In 2014 he collaborated with renowned brands and fashion publications such as H&M, Vogue and Fucking Young! With the last of these he joined forces to launch an exclusive, limited edition bomber jacket.
In 2017, he launched his fifth collection, "Doble vida", which was very well received by Spanish celebrities and received the MODA-FAD 2018 award. He also dressed ROSALÍA in some of her promotional tours and music videos ("Pienso en tu mirá", "Millonaria").
After working with her, and coinciding with the launch of his sixth collection, "Realidad", Victor dressed a variety of Spanish artists with international projection the likes of Lola Índigo (MTV EMAs), Aitana, Mala Rodríguez (on her "Kitana Tour" tour) or Bad Gyal. He was also one of the 15 finalists in the Vogue Spain's "Who's on Next" 2020 competition.
Other celebrities who have worn his clothes include Emma Roberts (in the film "Paradise Hills" by Alice Waddington), Los Javis, Ester Expósito, Anna Castillo and Brais Efe.
29 abril 2021
Disco 2000 is a collection that was born in confinement, when I would once again encounter my musical and aesthetical references of the period while browsing photos of my adolescence. This 2021 collection is inspired by old photos, concert tickets and folders covered with snapshots of singers of bands from the Britpop movement.
Oasis, Blur and Pulp ruled my life at the time, and anything their singers wore was what we looked for in our local vintage shops… windbreakers, seventies blazers, sweatshirts and straight trousers were our uniform.
In this new collection we have used wool fabrics in coloured checks, recycled polyester windbreakers, tulle, lace with both classic and school-inspired cuts and more voluminous dresses representing the singers who shared the stage with them… Kurtney, with her lingerie and baby doll dresses, or Candida Mary Doyle with her revision of the Mod aesthetic.