Marian Nuñez’s interest in lace-making came from her mother, who worked in Parisienne haute couture in the Sixties. After training as a graphic designer and working in advertising in France, Holland, Belgium and Portugal, Marian, 40, returned to Spain, following her passion for this traditional craft.
Marian, who teaches lace-making in the city of Vigo, Galicia, explains: “My inspiration comes from pop art, comics, music and graffiti. It comes from day-to-day life in Vigo, a fashionable city, a fishing port. The sea and the boats are part of my influence.”