Own brand since 2004.
She has worked for Neil Barrett's women’s line from 2003 to 2016.
2016: Award for the Best Collection of 080 Barcelona Fashion.
2010: On/Off at the London Fashion Week.
2009: nominated for the London International Creative Competition.
2007: Finalist of the Mango Fashion Awards "El Botó" and finalist of the Gen Art New York Fashion Awards. Included in the book European Young Fashion Designers (Ed. Daab).
2006: "Barcelona és moda" (Barcelona is Fashionable) Award for the Best Industry Professional.
2005: Lancôme Prize as the year’s Best Young Designer at the Passarel·la Gaudí (Gaudí Catwalk).
Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona.
Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167
Collection_Txell Miras - SS20
If, in the last collection, we spoke about posthumanism and transhumanism, about how humans transcend our bodies through technology, now we are facing the next step, or the reverse: when artificial intelligence and machines need more humanity. Love, humour, empathy and passion are human senses and the moment may arrive when machines miss them.
Colours: warm browns, ochres, cognac or olive green combined with whites, blacks and greys that are more representative of the coldness of technology.
Fabrics: wool and plentiful knitwear to enhance the human element, in contrast to technical fabrics the likes of neoprene, patent leather and plastics, which represent robotics.
In silhouettes: symmetrical and architectural volumes that are counterbalanced by softer, more comfortable, rounded volumes adapted to the body. Accessories will feature both details from the past and minimalist details from the future.