Fosca Bertrán

Discovered by Karl Lagerfeld in 2003, an encounter that radically changed her young artist's life and it was the beginning of a long passionate collaboration and the launching platform of the atelier Fosca in Paris in the following years.

Since then, Fosca has collaborated with many fashion designers including Balenciaga and Juanjo Oliva.

Her Couture scarves have become a fashion icon worn by stars and princesses and Fosca has designed exclusive products for Penelope Cruz, Queen Rania of Jordan, Salma Hayeck, Eva Green, Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, Sophie Marceau, Lou Doillon...

Born in Paris of an Italian mother and a Spanish father, her work is inspired by the different cultures of the countries she lived in and travelled to since childhood, when her father’s business imposed on the family a nomadic lifestyle. Due to her frequent travels, Fosca felt the desire to create an accessory that was easy to carry around, that could be worn in different ways and that gave her a touch of sophistication no matter what she wore it with. During the years, this idea flourished and Fosca continued to design scarves for herself and her friends while still working as an architect in Ibiza, until the unexpected call to the Maison Lagerfeld.

Fosca's education and early work as an architect and designer has a great influence on her creations. Her scarves mix the colors of nature with the graphic lines of industrial drawings. Her style is personal and contemporary; her scarves are works of art resulting from the same experimental and creative process mastered by sculptures and painters.

Her products are created to tell a story and express an emotion, a hybrid between fashion and art.