MADRID, Apr 3, 2010 / — Up until 1982, Miguel Marinero designed the haute couture fur collections for Irueste. He designed prêt-à-porter lines in fur for El Corte Inglés, Galerías Preciados, Celso García and Cortefiel.

From the Miguel Marinero Fall 2010 collection
From the Miguel Marinero Fall 2010 collection

He is commissioned as a choreographer for the presentation in our country of the most important national fashion firms and as a jury member and adviser in design contests.

His creations are regularly present in fashion productions in all the Spanish mass media. He has a regular and select clientele both in our capital and in the rest of Spain who have been loyal to his 30-year career in this profession

In February 1983, Miguel Marinero inaugurated his own atelier in Madrid and launched his eponymous line.

From 1983 to 2006, he has a continuous collaboration with the Joy Eslava Theatre, where his collections are shown to the press and clients. Marinero collaborates with different organisations to link fur to the different arenas of luxury and art.

In 2004, he held the “The Artists’ Memory” Agustín Ibarrola/Miguel Marinero,” an exhibition of fur garments inspired by “The Memory Cubes” by Agustín Ibarrola in La Villa de Llanes (Asturias) promoted by IFEMA, within the framework of International Fashion Week in the Circle of Fine Arts of Madrid, from 3 to 21 February. This exhibition was held again in the Casa de la Cultura of Llanes from 9 to 17 October of this same year.

In 2007, Miguel Marinero debuted at Fashion Week Cibeles Autumn-Winter collection and had shown there since then.

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