The Company started in 1984, with patterns and cuts hand made. However, It wasn’t until 1999 when Yellow Skin was born. A Mens Clothes made in Spain, which advocate for quality and versatility, specially connected to young people. .
Quality Men’s Clothes
In a secular age like ours, many brands go for the externalization of its services, specially in Asia. Yellow Skin stands up for based its comercial activity in Spain. Indeed, mostly every fabric is finished, colored and stamp in Spain, consequently those designs are pretty exclusive. In so doing, our brand looks for create employment and contribute to the society. In addition, Yellow Skin choose hight quality fabric, taking care of every detail during the process. From buttons to finishings, We create unique and versatile pieces, with good value for money.
Yellow Skin currently
From 2012, Yellow Skin has been improving its position at national level, becoming an important brand. Indeed, our men’s clothes are directed to young and ambitious men, bolds but stylish, who looks for hight quality wardrobe. Up until now, We count with more than 400 sales point in Spain and 100 in Portugal.
During the twenties men used to wear three piece suites, which consisted in jacket, pants and vest, with neutral colors like brown, blue and grey.
For informal looks, highlighted bicolor shoes, stamp suites and vintage huts. Also, during this period, Oxford pants were trend.
Over the thirties, draping and pinstripe’s suites were so popular. The "Ganster"got so popular as well, and the check or crow's foot prints have also come to the fore.
40's and 50's
During the Second World War, clothes like the crusader jackets disappeared, because it was necessary to save, and clothes took a functional air. At the end of the war, bright colors return as a synonym for celebration. On the other hand, trousers were modernized by making the hems and folds disappear. Suits were still very much in fashion for men, and the bow tie tuxedo made its first appearances. As for the casual style, during the 50's denim began to gain prominence, becoming a fundamental piece of youth fashion at the time, emulating Hollywood actors like James Deam.
60’s and 70’s
During these decades there was a real revolution in men's fashion. The variety of clothing was expanded and the hippie movement along with Saturday Night Fever brought with it, shiny and printed fabrics, colorful shoes, bold prints, high shot and bellbottoms, extravagant clothing and disco style.
80’s and 90’s
During these years, brands have become more important than haute couture, since society wants to boast of economic power and prestige. The punk style stood out in the 80’s, characterized by studs, metal ornaments, spikes and worn-out clothes. On the other hand, in the 90s, the grunge and rap style became more prominent, as well as more casual and comfortable clothes.
Men's fashion has become freer thanks to technological and media advances, allowing for more comfortable and flexible clothing. During this period, the appearance of movements such as the streestyle or the hippster fashion stands out.