Carlos Puig

He is a fashion consultant headquartered in Barcelona and Paris for 30 years. He has created his own footwear line in 2000. He currently works as an external consultant.
 He has been an art director at Maud Frizon in Paris for 8 years and has created the first footwear line for Victorio & Lucchino. Louis Féraud, Jean Paul Knott, Guy Laroche or Shanghai Tang are some of his customers. He has worked with Antonio Miró, Michel Klein and Barbara Bui. He is a journalist and fashion analyst (Vogue Italia, Le Figaro, Marie Claire, Woman, Vogue España, El País, La Vanguardia ...). He currently writes and works as a photographer for the Fashion&Arts magazine of La Vanguardia, is part of the MBFWM Fashion Committee and a professor for Condénast College at the Madrid Carlos III University.



Charo Mora

A specialist in Fashion Culture. Degree in Art History from the UB, postgraduate degree in Graphic Expression Techniques at the UPC and master’s degree in Curator in New Media from the Ramón LLull University. Press: Fashion editor: Woman, B-guided. Editor at large: Yo Dona. Contributor: Vogue España. Harpers Bazaar España, Creative Director: Metal Magazine (2012 – 2014) Teaching: culture and latest fashion trends at the Ramón LLull University ESDI, master’s course on accessories at the IED of Barcelona, Elisava Fashion master’s course, ESDI's Fashion Management course, Fashion and Beauty Communication master’s course by Telva/Yo Dona (Universidad CEU – San Pablo, Madrid) and Communication and Beauty master’s course by Vogue (Condé Nast), art direction at the IED, Blanquerna Fashion Communication master’s course (Ramón LLull University). Fashion curatorship: Curator of the Bac de Moda (Barcelona Contemporary Art Festival) in 2003 and 2004, the "Santa Eulalia Espíritu de Mujer" exhibition in 2005, the Santa Eulalia room at the Barcelona Textile and Clothing Museum, Carte Blanche section of the ASVOFF Fashion Film Festival in its 2007 Barcelona edition. "50 Love Stories" within the framework of the 50th anniversary of Pronovias in 2014. Art director and curator of the MFD Fashion Documentary Festival in Barcelona. Undress, workshops on the identity of Spanish fashion, Desigual (2016 and 2017), Málaga mets moda (La Térmica de Málaga 2018).




Mireia González

Textile and Fashion Designer. She develops training and consulting projects for schools and companies in the industry. She works at fashion universities and colleges (IED, ESDI, Blanquerna, etc.), where she teaches and designs specialised courses. She has been collaborating with the Barcelona ESDESIGN Higher Design School as co-director of the master’s course in Fashion Brand Management and Creation since 2016. She is also responsible for the latest fashion contents of the ESDESIGN blog. She brings her experience to Fashion Start Ups by helping them to structure their business plan and brand, as well as search for opportunities. Website: www.mireiaglara.com AI: @mireiaglaramodablog


Mireia Ruiz

Mireia Ruiz (1983, Barcelona) is a catalan artist who lives and works in Barcelona. She studied Graphic Design at BAU (2001-2005) and currently works as a set designer, photographer and art director in her own creative studio, Cocolia. Her true passion however, are color, painting and canvas. She has collaborated with brands such as Bimba&Lola, Reebok, Tous, Absolut, Seat, Swatch, Gorman Clothing, Etnia Barcelona, Coordonné, for example. Also she works at the design school IDEP Barcelona, teaching "Experimental Projects and Creativity", in graduate courses in Fashion, Graphic Design and Photography.
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Carlo Kamchis

Graduated university as a journalist and worked in design, Marketing and PR in London for several years, while maintaining a career as a freelance writer, before making the jump into publishing. Carlo works across 3 Internationally acclaimed fashion titles, Wonderland, Man About Town and Rollacoaster and looks after the magazine’s international portfolio in New York, London and Paris. ​