Francesca Miranda is born into a family from Spanish and Italian origin. She inherits Her good taste in fashion and design from her mother Gloria, a ballet dancer in New York and her father Ruy Miranda. This passion leads her to study the art of fashion later on in life.
Alongside her husband, in Barranquilla, Colombia, Francesca Miranda launches her first masculine clothing line to sell in department stores which catalogues her as an important business woman at the beginning of her career.
Years later Francesca Miranda debuts in Colombia’s most important Fashion Week with a feminine line which is an immediate success.
The way she can dominate feminine and masculine design, and the capacity to take luxury and elegance to both universes, position her as one of Latin America’s designers with greater international projection.
She opens her flagship store in Barranquilla.
An internationalization process with her brand begins.
She receives the award for Best Runway by Fashion TV Paris at Miami Fashion Week.
She opens her showroom in Paris, MOSAIQUE which caters Europe and the Middle East.
She participates in Milan Fashion Week with her ‘Artesanias de Colombia’ collection which pays homage to Colombian artisanal craftsmanship.
Opens market in the US with her exquisite Bridal line with the showroom Group 868 Inc.
Receives the prize for “Latin Woman of the XXI century” celebrated in Houston, TX.
At the same time she opens new stores nationally and internationally: Bogota, capital of Colombia; Cartagena, Colombia’s most important tourist city where she has 2 stores, and also in El Salvador (her place of birth).
Francesca Miranda is immerse in the internationalization and diversification of her brand.
She launches her first fragrance TRUST in alliance with Fedco. She creates her first home line with the collection “Atrapa tus sueños” (Dreamcatcher) in alliance which the department store Exito.
She opens her new Atelier in Barranquilla with an exclusive bridal salon.
Miranda also dives in the superior education field when she associates herself with European education institutes to create ‘Escuela de diseño Francesca Miranda’ (Francesca Miranda design school), with campus centrals in Barranquilla and San Salvador.