Miriam Ponsa, who studied design in Southampton (UK), returned to her hometown of Barcelona after graduation where she turned her great-grandmother's haberdashery factory (which was built in 1820) into a workshop for her own collections. She uses part of the old family mill for traditional weaving and silk threading, and it's this combination of time-honored workmanship paired with modern design that has made her clothing quite popular. When it comes to fabric, Ponsa has added her own touches which includes 'dripping' and 'marbling' latex and plaster on cotton or wool as a dyeing technique to create unique and exclusive prints. These experiments are part of the 'Miriam Ponsa Laboratory' and other upcoming projects will include using worked latex and chalk molds for future designs.

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