This collection recovers and reviews the aesthetics that surrounded “Autos de fe“, a multitudinary event during spanish inquisition, recovering the clothes of butchers, nuns or knights to bring them closer to the 21st century.

Autillo takes fashion towards a liturgical and ritual moment, in which the looks bring together rich fabrics (as in a priest’s chasuble), austere cottons (as in a monk’s tunic) and accessories that mix leather and metal, thus giving it an aesthetic that moves between a medieval torture instrument and a papal miter.

The garments are worked by hand, such as the jewel shirt, made with tulle and intervened with Marian medals, sewn by hand by a workshop of folklore embroiderers from Extremadura, Spain.