Tuesday, 26 June, 2018 - 17:30

Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau
C. Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167
08025 Barcelona


Miriam Ponsa graduated with an associate’s degree in fashion design from the University of Southampton (UK) and specialized in Knitwear Techniques and Design in Igualada. Miriam Ponsa designs all the collections in her workshop in Manresa and the garments are produced in workshops in Catalonia. Values like endeavor, team work and authenticity are important to her as well as the recuperation of handicraft techniques and they all form part of her manifesto. Her collections have received numerous accolades; the latest the award for the best collection for her collection “Mule Women” at the last edition of 080 Barcelona Fashion spring/summer 2015/2016, awarded by the Generalitat of Catalonia.


A collection inspired by the figure of Martin Luther King and the struggle for African-American civil rights that became a denunciation of injustice in the Catalan political process.
The deconstructed forms result from an intense work on patronage of a collection that starts with irregularity. The unfinished pieces have a metaphorical sense of a living creation process.
Printed messages show the meaning of the collection.
Fabric woven from ribbon symbolizes oppression, which is also worked in macramé with metal applications. There is research into the combination of latex with pleated silk.
Colors are inspired on the earth and black and white as a metaphor for Apartheid.

Designer: Miriam Ponsa
Commercial brand: Miriam Ponsa
T. +34 93 872  17 58
Web www.miriamponsa.com
Mail [email protected]