Ulises Mérida, after training in Madrid and Italy and working with some of the masters of the industry, opened his fashion studio in 2012, the year of his first show at the “Madrid Fashion Show” for which he received the Seagram award for the best collection of the event.
Since then he has been a regular at the great Spanish fashion event presenting his proposals season after season. He became a member of the Association of Fashion Creators of Spain (ACME) in 2015.
His desire to educate has prompted him to teach master classes and courses at different prestigious institutions such as IED, UEM and VOGUE COLLEGE among others.
He collaborates with companies like REALE SEGUROS, BODEGAS AVELINO VEGAS, MIRTO and CAPAS SESEÑA.
Recently, he had the opportunity to combine two of his great passions, fashion and opera, creating the costumes for La Traviata at the Castell de Peralada festival.
The firm has its own store and showroom in the legendary Almirante Street, an exceptional witness to the history of contemporary fashion.
Goodbye to discretion, minimalism, to going unnoticed, to the predictable and boring ... Hello to an overdose of accessories for a woman as sure of herself as she is overloaded, because, well yes, because you can never wear too many beautiful things.
Ulysses plays with modelling moire, wools, padded materials, metallics, perforated and shiny fabrics, in a palette with multiple shades without forgetting their characteristic patterns with balloon-like cuts and trapeze-shaped outlines.
A collection as fluid and subtle as it is overloaded. As delicate as it is emphatic. Just like the woman it is designed for.