Runway | October 7, 2017
Exuberant color, playful textures, and artistic prints are infused in each of designer David Peck’s designs, many of which are limited editions.
The Miles David flagship store is located in the Tanglewood neighborhood of Houston, TX and houses the full ready-to-wear collection and made to order evening and bridal collections alongside a growing number of products for home. A curated collection of distinct jewelry and accessories from hand picked designers add dimension and finishing touches to any look.
In addition to our custom wedding gown services, we specialize in Mother of the Bride and Mother of the Groom gowns.
David Peck | Creative Director
Parisian trained designer David Peck studied fashion design at Ecole Parsons à Paris after beginning his career as a classical cellist. While in Paris, David worked for renowned fashion houses such as Paco Rabanne, Junichi Hakamaki, and Robert Normand, and also as a style consultant and costume designer for several films.
David’s work continued in New York before moving to Houston in 2010. He is the creative director of Miles David where each garment is skillfully hand crafted and created in the Miles David factory in Houston, TX. Witty, timeless, sophistication, David’s designs for Miles David give elegance a delightful spin through collaborations with artists and textiles sourced from around the globe. Exuberant color, playful textures, and artistic prints are infused in each of his designs, many of which are limited editions.
David’s work has been featured on the cover of Women’s Wear Daily and in publications such as Teen Vogue, Lucky, Marie Claire, InStyle, and People Style Watch as well as popular television shows Hart of Dixie and E! News. Celebrities who have worn David’s designs include Kate Bosworth, Jaime King, Giuliana Rancic, Mayim Bialik, Maggie Grace, Ashlan Gorse, Rose McGowan, Lauren Conrad, and Taylor Swift. His work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.
In addition to his work with Miles David. David serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) as well as the Fashion Design and Merchandising Advisory Board for Houston Community College. His latest work as a creative consultant had him overseeing the uniform design of Hotel Ylem and Oxbow 7 at the newly opened Le Méridien Houston Downtown.