Fashion with emotion
Twenty years ago, Charo Froján and Alfredo Olmedo created D-Due, a signature label that focuses on the use of high-quality, sustainable fabrics, and tailoring techniques in garments with a distinctly artistic touch.
The fabric is a canvas with which they interact in order to give content and movement to the garment. This is how they understand their medium, and this is how they silk-screen print it and illustrate it by hand, creating stories that uninhibitedly express the emotions that they experience in rural Galicia.
Accomplices with the environment
Living in isolation allows them to live in a world of their own. With greater freedom. Spontaneously and beyond fleeting trends, with a fervent love for their land and its culture.
Artistic concepts reinterpreted in an ironic, highly poetic style
The beach of As Furnas is wild and idyllic. A perfect setting to communicate with the sea and oneself without any kind of interference. The rugged coastal landscape is the result of the action of water, wind, salt and other elements. The hardy vegetation subjected to these extreme conditions provides a touch of greenery to what might otherwise be a lunar landscape. Slate and granite stones blend with the dunes to form an inspiring environment.
The new collection explores creative and artistic concepts, reinterpreted in an ironic, surreal, and very poetic way. D-due's garments are full of strength and identity. They are special and have their own character. Each one is designed and handcrafted with exclusive prints, hand-painted illustrations, and personalised ranges.
Artisanal materials and workshops
D-Due has revived traditional Galician crafts and artisan workshops. Its high-quality materials are sourced locally, making sustainable fashion in a natural way.
The Atlantic culture is embodied in the garments of D-due, a pioneer in slow-fashion.
From Rianxo to Tokyo: the triumph of fashion with soul.
“The Japanese strive for purity, and we have responded to this with everything from antique domestic linen, through to ceramics or the enchanted forest.”
Charo y Alfredo