Belle Chiara, Taro SS24 collection

Exploring the beauty of Lanzarote, getting inspired by César Manrique


text Enrico Fragale Esposito


In the bustling world of fashion, where trends come and go, there’s something profoundly captivating about designs that draw inspiration from art, nature, and a deeper cultural narrative. Belle Chiara, the esteemed Spanish brand renowned for its fusion of contemporary style and ethical consciousness, unveils its latest collections: TARO.


Drawing inspiration from the landscapes of Lanzarote and paying homage to the visionary artist César Manrique, the SS24 is a narrative woven with threads of sustainability, artistry, and a childlike wonder.


At the heart there’s a tribute to Manrique’s iconic house: Taro de Tahíche, a testament to his harmonious blend of architecture with the island’s rugged beauty. Much like Manrique, Belle Chiara approaches design with a playful spirit, embracing the raw elements of nature and transforming them into timeless creations.


The chromatic palette of the collection mirrors the natural splendor of Lanzarote: from the lush greens of cacti to the earthy hues of volcanic landscapes, every shade tells a story of the island’s rich heritage. Crafted from 100% organic cotton, the fabrics not only embody luxury but also uphold Belle Chiara’s commitment to sustainability.


Intricate prints and frames adorn the collection, reminiscent of Manrique’s artistic flair. Stripes of varying designs and sizes, intertwined with delicate crochet details, evoke the vibrant energy of Lanzarote’s landscape, capturing the essence of its cultural tapestry.