I’m going back to my origins. Nenne is the pet name that my mother, Juana, gave my father, Domingo, and the starting point of this intimate collection in his honor”, explains Domingo Rodríguez Lázaro, creative director of DOMINNICO.

Overalls, the motoring world, the truck and its bodywork and, in contrast, nature, are the two inspirations used by DOMINNICO in this proposal conceived under the premises of upcycling and craftsmanship.

The work by the Japanese illustrator Hajime Sorayama helps explore the symbiosis between robotics and the eroticism of the human body, creating new structures in which mechanics and anatomy coexist, and using volumes -created using taffeta and vegan fur- to achieve this more organic, natural part. Also, the most utilitarian fabrics, such as toweling, re-nylon, and denim, bring Nenne towards style focused on custom and rebooted work garments.

Take a look at the collection below: