The 080 Barcelona Fashion is starting this week and one of the events from the schedule will be the ONE REAL WORLD exhibition.

Located at Carrer de la Ribera, 10, this exhibition brings together 3D video installations, sound systems, beautiful light schemes, and modern artistic structures. It’s a deep journey through the worlds of fashion, art, innovation, and inclusion, where artistic structures and installations serve to enrich and elevate the narrative.


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JNORIG, a brand known for its innovative take on fashion, is stepping into uncharted territory by diving deep into the digital and technological dimensions. While challenging established norms in the fashion world, they manage to project themselves into the future without sacrificing their sophisticated, classic, yet avant-garde aesthetic.

In this exhibition, Javier Girón introduces a capsule collection that draws inspiration from the ever-changing nature of reality, where humanity and technology intertwine to shape our perception of the digital age. In a world marked by uncertainty and constant adaptation, JNORIG invites us to reflect on the world we currently inhabit and the one we aspire to create.

Simultaneously, Velásquez takes us on a reflective journey with ‘Metempsychosis.’ This experience delves into themes of identity, struggle, and transformation through three symbolic stages, with artistic installations showcasing the brand’s latest capsule collection. The focus here is on self-expression, not limited by gender or individuality. Velásquez becomes a platform to amplify the voices of the LGBTQI+ community while proposing responsible and circular approaches to fashion creation. It challenges our preconceptions and pushes us to reevaluate our understanding of metaphysics and conventional narratives.

The Studio 1o, where these two narratives converge, invites the audience to dive deep into the value of fashion in today’s context. This is not just an exhibition; it’s a visual and emotional dialogue on how fashion can be a powerful tool for self-expression, transformation, and social change.

The exhibition will run from 25 to 28 October. Get your tickets HERE!