The main protagonist at this innovative space is Japanese designer Issey Miyake, a specialist in combining design and technology. The shop takes its name from his exhibition "Making Things" at the Fondation Cartier in Paris.
Fine, avant-garde materials; classic, refined lines; modernity and tradition come together to create unique garments, which, due to their technology and the way their materials are developed, are lightweight and don't need ironing. The combination of his achievements has rarely been equalled. Over the years, his approach to clothes as sculptures has led him to collaborate with some of the best-known figures on the international art scene and to exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo and the Victoria and Albert in London.
This is a cult space, given that his designs were difficult to find in Spain until it opened. This fashion shop focuses specifically on the Miyake "Pleats Please" line for women, although it also includes garments from its men's fashion line (Miyake Men and Miyake Fete). It also presents innovative handbags by Portuguese designers Krv Kurva, with a similar visionary focus, developed by La Ga. These washable handbags adopt diverse shapes and uses.