Aitor Goicoechea unveiled the lookbook for his new collection titled “Aitarekin Afaltzen” (having dinner with my father, in Basque.)

The collection is a trip to the designer’s past in which he reflects on the relationship he had with his father.

My father died eight years ago, and at that moment I realized that my father was a stranger to me. That was how after his death it was when I really knew him and understood both the things I saw of him in me and the moments we shared together. Seeing him four days a month meant that the moments when we sat on a table were essential to connect. Those eating moments were always full of nostalgia since we always talked about the past and the future. The present never excited us, and it is precisely in those moments that could go unnoticed that our bond was really forged. That is why the importance of the moment of meeting on the tablecloth, and of everything that surrounds this situation, from food, tablecloths, cutlery, napkins, or plates, to the memories that these objects end up keeping forever as if they had their own memory.

Photos: @isaaccalpe
Photo Assistant: @angiecouple
Make-up: @nataliadecantelmi
Models: @ronald_made & @timiadisa
Clothes, Styling and Creative Direction: @aitorgoiko_