The show must go on. A phrase that the great Freddie Mercury carried out to the end. Le Crane's unisex sweatshirt reminds us of his most remembered image.
Him: Model size: XL | Model height: 189 cm
Her: Model size: M | Model height: 174 cm
- 4-color water-based serigraphy
- Designed in Spain
- Made in EU
- 100% cotton
- Short Sleeve
We were born in 2015 with the objective of reaching this present full of activity. We wanted to get to the street, be very careful how to show our vision of fashion and what we wanted to show with it; for this we had our talent and our experience.
Five years have passed since we embarked on this project. Thanks to a lot of effort and great collaborators, Le Crâne has come this far. The world has changed, it changes every day; the asphalt yearns for the earth, the speed needs to slow down. We look for a way to be more real, more palpable, to feel more identified with the true and the pure through our style, our collections and our campaigns.
Le Crâne Clothing, is an ensemble where the new and the reverential flow. Where we give great value to all the characters that have marked us by forming our cultural background, their aesthetic contribution, their talent, the mystique that surrounds them and with which they have broken barriers. Characters who have gone down in history as transgressors, to excite us and move us for good and evil. We want to be part of the new impulse that each generation needs, we learn every day from the past trends that have marked us, but we mark our own personality because we believe in the synergy of the different visions of fashion, never in their antagonism. We want to contribute to developing a world without adulterated fantasy and with your love we will do better. We want to set a course where taking care of ourselves is to take care of ourselves and where power is not threatening. By creating that world and believing in it, we feel capable of being better for the society that awaits us, for this new decade, which must move away from the individual and closer to the collective.
Because at Le Crâne we are convinced that we have learned more from rock stars, cinema, literature or painting than from many teachers and laws who taught us something that will never be useful to us.