The Catalan designer Antonio Miró (Sabadell, 1947) died this Wednesday at the age of 74 after suffering a heart attack, according to reports. reported on Catalunya Radio. He was the son of a tailor and opened his first shop in Barcelona when he was only 20 years old, and his name ended up becoming an icon of Spanish fashion that acquired international fame.
Miró’s brand was a pioneer in Spain and has come to be present on some of the most prestigious international catwalks, such as Paris, Florence, Tokyo and New York. In fact, he was also responsible for creating the costumes for the Olympic Games held in Barcelona in 1992. Not only that, but he also designed such significant elements as the curtain for the Gran Teatro del Liceo after its reconstruction in 1997.
His work, characterized by simplicity but also by perfectionism, helped him win several awards such as the Cristóbal Balenciaga award for the best Spanish designer, the Fad medal awarded by the Association of Industrial Design for the Promotion of Decorative Arts or the Antonio Gaudí medal. , Fashion Barcelona.