SPRING SUMMER 2020 COLLECTION
welcome to pangea
Millions of years ago the earth was united in a single continent without borders. Arid landscapes, scarce rainfall and animal species lived in freedom, roaming a wide and infinite territory. The land was one. They called it Pangea.
The spirit of Pangea inspires our collection and aims to reconnect us with everything that unites us: land, water and, ultimately, the need to connect with what was once our comfort zone. Freedom of movement, the coexistence of different cultures and the traveling spirit of the 21st century woman are present in a collection that takes us back to the origin.
And so in the midst of so much chaos and disorder we find ourselves with the obligation to meet again, to understand and unite. Yes, in a world where everything seems global but on the contrary, it is more deglobalized than ever, fashion breaks into the sector as an escape route and a reflection of society.
Pangea, the supercontinent that was once “all in one” millions of years ago is now the name of SIMORRA's Spring Summer 2020 collection. A concept in which the firm wants to reaffirm the need to unite, feel and live. A collection by and for all. A collection that does not discriminate, that does not prioritize or select, but that respects, welcomes and loves. Full of colors that are synonymous with diversity. Diversity of races and ethnicities, countries and cities. Vivid and cheerful colors that are identified with each of the cultures. Colors like khaki, brown or beige that symbolize Mother Earth, nature for all of us and that inspires us every day. And the blue in its different shades that represents the ocean that was once unique, Panthalassa.
This collection represents union and diversity. A completely necessary proposal that represents the shortcomings of a divided society eager to meet again and understand that despite all the differences, we are all one and there is no better way than to celebrate it by praising what makes us unique. Understanding that plurality is necessary and that going back to the origins is sometimes a mandatory exercise to understand that there is no better way to evolve than to know where we come from and where we are going.
Photos by Xavi Carpio