BARCELONA, Apr 17, 2009 / FW/ — The Spanish fashion incubator, Projecte Bressol applies a new dynamic to the fashion sector by creating a place to educate professionals, enterprises and businesses.
The brand Guillén Doz, composed by the fashion designers Arturo and Miriam Guillén from Aragon, natives of Berbegal (Huesca) is one of the brands in the ‘fashion incubator.’
Both fashion students at the A. QUERO studio in Zaragoza, Arturo and Miriam Guillén obtained a scholarship to complete their education, so in 2002 and 2004 they moved to Barcelona, where they continued studying at the Felicidad Duce design and fashion school.
When they finished their course they had the chance to put into practice what they had learnt at well-known enterprises such as Ailanto, Josep Font and Spastor.
They won several design contests such as “Murcia Joven” in 2006 and “Ron Brugal” in 2007. They were selected to be part of Projecte Bressol, which belongs to the approach to a new dynamic in Catalan fashion.
Also, currently, Arturo works as a teacher at the Felicidad Duce design and fashion school and Miriam as a freelance stylist for TV and cinema.
Photos by Biel Sol