Featured Design Studio: 02 Gatos

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02Gatos is an international creative design studio led by Daniel Bo and Flo Monti, “a prolific young couple of that brings innovation, contemporary art and unique intelligence to projects in fashion and interior design.” We have been big fans of theirs for a while now, and their trend-forward style of combining “high technology and contemporary art.” 02Gatos have just released their latest print collection, “Solid”, for Fall/Winter ’15-’16, which is showcased beautifully in this video.

 

“Solid is the name of our Fall/Winter collection, but it means much more to us and our clients.

In 2011 when we started the company and decided to create incredibly innovative patterns and prints we knew that standing out was essential. In every collection we needed to show that 02Gatos creates art for fashion.

The path we chose was not an easy one, and we knew we had a lot to prove. We had to prove to the industry that we could continually develop increasingly innovative collections based on our avant-garde style of design that gave the designers a new pallet of possibilities.

Now we not only have our own collection, we create on demand custom collections, do consulting in print design and we have many more things to come in the following months including a youtube show, a trend research book and a product line based on prints.

That is why our collection is Solid. Our company is solid, our ideas are solid. We are celebrating the stability of our processes and our creativity.

Today we work with top designers, like Kate Spade, Calvin Klein and Macy’s with a handpicked experienced international team from Barcelona, Rio and NY.” 

See more from the Solid collection at ww.02gatos.com. Have a wonderful weekend! -Chelsea

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