“I like the luxury of “Do-It-Yourself “ aesthetic and philosophy that has defined me since the beginning. I try to make clothes that are timeless, always trying to modify in a way the original tissue.” – Jessica Trosman
Argentina is synonymous with tango, football, beautiful architecture and superlative steak and wine. We can add here tropical rain-forests and also the stunning waterfalls.
The country has a unique identity, diverse in nature and of plural bearings – characteristics that is reflected in fashion too.
Argentina, Buenos Aires in particular, has yet to develop its full potential to enter the international current fashion scene, providing its arts, traditions and peculiarities. In the last decade, Argentinian Fashion seeks to exhibit the versatility and value of traditional materials through the creativity and innovation of emerging designers.
Some of them work with designs and patterns reminiscent of ancient cultures. Many of them use regional indigenous materials and reintegrate them for contemporary wear. Others get inspiration from urban contrasts and rhythms.
“My work is not to be understood, but to be worn”
Jessica Trosman is one of young Argentinian designers making strong fashion statements. She is one of the most respected designers in Argentina.
For more than two decades Jessica has stood out from the rest because of her conceptual designs. A rebel at heart, Jessica started by defying the rules of a relatively conservative society. And she still continues to work with the same spirit that made her a household name.
Since her first collection in 2002, Trosman enjoys consistent growths that have placed her designs in many prestigious stores from Europe, Asia, U.S and Middle East.
Exotic and non-conventional, designer Jessica Trosman develops her line mixing deep avant-garde and almost rebellious pieces with a sort of antique chicness.
Interested to discover more about Jessica Trosman’s work? Visit her official website here.