The union between Spain and America has resulted in more than twenty luxury pieces in which Tukaos is inspired by the jet set atmosphere of the eighties.
“Welcome to the Jet Set 22” is the new collection designed by Nacho Lamar, Spanish Fashion Award for Young Designers, for Tukaos, the luxury brand inspired by the Marbella of the 80s and the exuberant upper class that has inspired the young Spaniard Marcos Ronsano, creator of the firm when he was barely over 21 years old.
Made up of more than 20 handcrafted pieces and accessories, the collection “Welcome to the Jet Set 22” tells the story of Ciro, a young journalist invited to join the high class as a confidant. Upon receiving one of the letters of invitation from the socialite Ciro is completely transformed to fit into his new life full of riches and luxuries.
Nacho Lamar approaches with an opulent perspective the idea of recovering everyday elements “abandoned” by the magnates of the time of Gunilla von Bismarck and Jaime de Mora y Aragón with their great Marbella parties acclaimed by the press, reinterpreting the aesthetic codes of the time to achieve pieces like the “Carpet Jacket”, the “Habano Vest” or the “Golf Cardigan”, in a manufacturing process that retains the exclusivity policy of previous collections with the design and manufacture of each piece to order.
Alex González modeling for Tukaos’ “Welcome to the jet set” collection.
And that is where the virtuous confluence with Nacho Lamar, the “fashion designer born in the city where the flowers shiver with cold”, Zaragoza (Spain), has taken place. He graduated in Fashion Design from the European Institute of Design in Madrid. He represented Aragon in the National Fashion Awards for Young Designers with “This is not a collection” which took place in 2021.
The presentation of “Welcome to the Jet Set 22” is really impressive. In addition to the creative direction of Marcos Ronsano and the design of Nacho Lamar, there was also the photography of Jordi Presa, the styling of David Fernández, the art direction of Ana Cerced, Ricardo Júez as art assistant, Bea Moreno in hairdressing, Isabel Mateo in makeup and the model-performers Álex González and Daniel Lupu.
The project even transcends Spanish borders. An important part of the design has been focused on Mexico, where excellent professionals such as Gaizkar Castresana, director of the technological area of Tukaos, contribute to the success of fashion initiatives Made in Spain.
Vice, lust and seduction through distinction and vindication of the old guilds represent foundational aspects of the firm Tukaos, born in 2020 by the imagination, creativity and audacity of Marcos Ronsano, eager to explore art in all its dimension. Tukaos is reference through the dual personality that defines by nature the human being, to focus on the “B-side” or surreptitious personality. It rescues and intertwines the madness and unbridled extroversion of Marbella’s nights, it’s great acclaimed and photographed events, the envy it provoked in the eighties. Tukaos manufactures to order following its policy of exclusivity that is described in two words: high craftsmanship. Products pampered to detail by masters of the sartorial craft.