Manuel Mota (fashion designer)

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Manuel Mota Cerrillo[1] (July 9, 1966 ‒ January 8, 2013) was a Spanish dress designer and creative director of Spanish fashion company, Pronovias, for 23 years.

Mota was born in Reus, Tarragona, Spain. He created dresses for some of the world's top models including Miranda Kerr from Australia, Bar Refaeli from Israel, and Doutzen Kroes from the Netherlands.[2]

On January 8, 2013, Mota was found dead at his home in Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.[3] He was 46. Various press reports have listed the cause of death as suicide, though the official cause has yet[when?] to be confirmed by Spanish authorities.[4]


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