OTEYZA is a Spanish menswear firm founded in 2012 by Paul García de Oteyza and Caterina Pañeda. The designer duo vindicates traditional tailoring from their workshop in Madrid, becoming one of the greatest defenders and exponents of contemporary custom made and luxury prét-a-couture. 

This year the firm has received the Madrid Capital Fashion Award, granted by the Madrid City Council, an important recognition that is added to the 2018 National Fashion Award. Furthermore, this year OTEYZA has received the "Protagonists of the Year" award, by the prestigious media Moda.es.

On the other hand, it has also received recognitions such as the 2018 Best Male Collection award from T MAGAZINE, finalists in VOGUE’s Who’s On Next 2019, or named Ambassador of Madrid Capital of Fashion in 2020.

OTEYZA is a laboratory of creation in continuous evolution. Its activity is based on three lines : season-by-season design of ready-to-couture collections, bespoke and made to measure tailoring.
In 2019, OTEYZA was selected by the French Federation of Haute Couture to present its collections within the framework of the official PARIS FASHION WEEK calendar and since then it continues to present collections twice a year. 
However, the fashion show that marked a before and after not only in the history of the brand but also in fashion, as well as in the way of presenting collections, was “Raíces” carried out in 2018 together with the Spanish National Ballet for Madrid Fashion Week, reaching more than 45 million views on social media.

In recent years with the Mapfre Foundation in the exhibition ’Zuloaga en el Paris de la Belle Époque, 1889-1914’ or with the Royal Theater in the creation of clothing items, among others. It has also collaborated with the Thyssen Museum or the Costume Museum among other cultural institutions, and participated in exhibitions on Canal de Isabel II or at the Madrid Design Fest, which corroborates the cross-cutting nature of the brand. Likewise, the Museo del Traje has selected several of the house pieces to be exhibited at the permanent collection in its recent reopening.