In response to your question, I’d like to say that I had a good time. And I’m going to do it again but on my own this time. It seems too good to share even if it is with you. I hope they come back. They will. I can’t seem to get them out of my mind. The three of them were covered from head to toe with those enormous dresses with gathers all over the place; dresses like furrow-filled dunes. Out of the three, I preferred the youngest one. She was so detached from everything, like a child with his hair cut short for the summer. The only thing she showed were her legs that were so fragile it seemed like she was perched on the floor. And everyone passed by and looked on in astonishment unable to believe that someone could be so light, without understanding that someone could ever look so radiant.
I’m sure you will understand, dear, that I’m going to do it again, but this time without telling you.”
Miguel Palacio started his fashion career with Fernando Lemoniez in 1989 when they created the trade-mark “Palacio & Lemoniez”. They presented their collections at Pasarela Cibeles from 1991-1998. During this period, Palacio won the most important accolade in Spain, the “T” for Telva award in 1992 and 1996.
In 1995, he decided to move to Paris where he developed an international concept and style. At this point, he began to establish business relations with the USA (Barneys, N.Y., Bergdorf Goodmann), Japan, Hong Kong, Kuwait, etc. and with customers as emblematic as Caroline of Monaco and Ariel de Rothschild.
From 2000 onwards, he began his solo career as Miguel Palacio and has been presenting his collections at Pasarela Cibeles since February 2001.