Desigual creates Cirque du Soleil collection

Spanish fashion brand Desigual has designed a colourful collection of 60 items and accessories with Cirque du Soleil, the trendy Canadian circus-like entertainment company. During their stop in Madrid on their Corteo tour, the collection was shown for the first time at a preview.  


“Desigual has chosen to be different in the fashion business with its own playful and unique creations. Cirque du Soleil has brought the same innovative push in circus art and live entertainment”, said Mario D'Amico, senior VP Marketing at Cirque du Soleil.
The complete “Desigual inspired by Cirque du Soleil” collection will be officially presented at the Bread & Butter fashion fair in Berlin and will go on sale in November (Desigual web shop) and December (8000 stores worldwide). The collection will also be sold at stops of the Corteo tour, that will travel through Spain (and Paris) until March.


Spanish fashion brand Desigual has designed a colourful collection of 60 items and accessories with Cirque du Soleil, the trendy Canadian circus-like entertainment company. During their stop in Madrid on their Corteo tour, the collection was shown for the first time at a preview.  


“Desigual has chosen to be different in the fashion business with its own playful and unique creations. Cirque du Soleil has brought the same innovative push in circus art and live entertainment”, said Mario D'Amico, senior VP Marketing at Cirque du Soleil.
The complete “Desigual inspired by Cirque du Soleil” collection will be officially presented at the Bread & Butter fashion fair in Berlin and will go on sale in November (Desigual web shop) and December (8000 stores worldwide). The collection will also be sold at stops of the Corteo tour, that will travel through Spain (and Paris) until March.


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