Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, National Fashion Design Award 2017

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The designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada was awarded today in Spain with the National Fashion Design Award 2017 “in recognition of her more than thirty years of experience, for her ability to link her work in fashion with other manifestations of the arts, design or industry “.

Ruiz de la Prada was “happy” and said: “They have been very ‘monkeys’ to give me this award, and this year I am especially grateful, more than if they had given it to me five years ago.”

The designer is in Belgium where she participates in DS Brussels Fashion Days, the most important event in the fashion sector organized in Belgium, which has chosen Spain as a guest country in its sixth edition.

He presented his first collection in 1981, and five years later participated in his first collective fashion show in Paris
He presented his first collection in 1981, and five years later participated in his first collective fashion show in Paris
Ruiz de la Prada (Madrid, 1960), Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts 2009, studied at the School of Arts and Technique of Fashion in Barcelona and with 20 years began working on the study of fashion designer Pepe Rubio.

Tireless worker, unrepentant traveler, the world of hearts, clouds, trapeze dresses and gowns Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada full of multicolored garments the wardrobes.

In 1988 he paraded for the first time in Pasarela Cibeles, today Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid, but it is common to see his designs in footbridges of Miami, Mexico, Milan, Lima, Kyoto and even Gambia
In 1988 he paraded for the first time in Pasarela Cibeles, today Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid, but it is common to see his designs in footbridges of Miami, Mexico, Milan, Lima, Kyoto and even Gambia
The designer has her own stores in Paris, Bogota, Portugal and Milan, which will close soon, as she has already done with the New York store to focus on the Agatha Ruiz de la Prada Foundation, which launched in 2011, its main goal “to” preserve “his work, he said recently.

A project that she feels especially proud of after being chosen by Google for its “Art and Culture” platform, in “We wear culture”, an initiative that has digitized 3,000 fashion images throughout of history

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