Rosario

 

Rosario Puñales rethinks traditional lingerie

Rosario Puñales designs vintage-inspired lingerie. She creates her culottes, bodices, tops, slips and gowns with lace created in the 20s and 30s, giving her garments an innocent and, at the same time, provocative flavor.

Owing to the age of the fabrics, her clothes come in limited stocks, so many of her garments are unique pieces.
The colors of the lace are contrasted and harmonized. Modern patterns are combined with suggestive and elaborated fabrics such as chantilly, embroidery or guipure, and are enriched with delicate frills that give the pieces a special touch.

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ENG CREATIVIDAD

The colors of the lace are contrasted and harmonized. Modern patterns are combined with suggestive and elaborated fabrics such as chantilly, embroidery or guipure, and are enriched with delicate frills that give the pieces a special touch.

ACABADOS

Todos los acabados son artesanales, adquierendo su personalidad con el chantillí, los bordados o el guipur.

DISEÑO

Los diseños son como las mujeres que los visten, sutiles, pero con un aire entre perverso e inocente.

EXCLUSIVIDAD

La colección está compuesta por prendas de serie limitada, lo que convierte muchas de las prendas en piezas únicas.


Biography

She creates her culottes, bodices, tops, slips and gowns-kimono with lace created in the 20s and 30s, giving her garments an innocent and, at the same time, provocative flavor. Owing to the age of the fabrics, her clothes come in limited stocks, so many of her garments are unique pieces. The colors of the lace are contrasted and harmonized. Modern patterns are combined with suggestive and elaborated fabrics such as chantilly, embroidery or guipure, and are enriched with delicate frills that give the pieces a special touch.

Rosario Puñales belongs to a family who has been in the business of fashion, textile printing and embroidery for more than sixty years. She has always felt the call for the textile industry and has devoted herself to it. For this reason, she decided to create her own trademark for lingerie, which is very personal, and full of subtlety and sensuality.

From 1998 to 2002 she studied fashion and pattern making at the Institut Català de la Moda in Barcelona. Later, she specialized in drawing and painting for textile design at the Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, and in textile printing at the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. In Japan, she learnt the traditional techniques of textile printing, which she applied in her first collection, “Prints for Miwako”.