MOTORETA is a young brand of kids wear from the south of Spain, Seville, a magic place with unique identity and tradition. This project is lead by Cristina Lopez-Lago and Maria Llerena, both architect partners for years and closely linked to the world of art and design. On 2013 they embarked on this creative project following the design concepts that they were developing in their office for years but, this time, applied on evocative world of childhood. That is the background of all Motoreta’s collections and the pillars of its designs, simples but sophisticated, with plain colors and clean shapes.
The Motoreta’s concept is the result of a free creative process, inspired by the place were we live, our own kids, architecture and art, without neglecting its commitment to the new design and production processes. A design brand that bets for clothes locally and sustainably produced, choosing quality raw materials and enhancing the small industry. This local production is supported by a global distribution so Motoreta is developing a carefully but strong international presence. An example of how a local manufacturing can go together with a global thinking, design and hight quality.
Motoreta creates garments and accessories for children, comfortable and contemporary cutting but with an artistic twist. Every season, Motoreta creates an story that evolves on the prints, colors and textures of the collection that reflect their architectural training and admiration for the design and children universe.
Their collection are present in more than one hundred points of sale, high end boutiques and department stores in twenty two countries all over the world like Barneys NY, Beams and CO in Japan or Luisa Via Roma concept store. Their collections have been featured in best international magazines such as Milk Magazine, Vogue, Papier Mache, Collezioni Bambini or Elle Magazine.
Picture by Lee Clower Photographer. New York 2016