Antonio Miró Primavera / Verano Catalog Spring Summer 1994. Photographs by Bela Adler and Luis Arago.
The son of a tailor, Antonio Miró (b. 1947) was only 20 years when he open his first shop, Groc, where he sold his own designs and original clothes, at that time unlike anything available on the market. In 1976 he set up the Antonio Miró label selling unique clothing for men and women. Miró, who designed the outfits for the Barcelona ’92 Olympic Games ceremonies, reached international fame during this time, joining forces with Ermenegildo Zegna. The first to feature non-professional models on the runways, Miró has become one of the greatest references in Catalan fashion. He died in Barcelona in 2022 at the age of 74.
Cover show signs of very slight shelf-wear (see image) but the book is in very good condition otherwise.