Pedro (alternate archaic spelling Pêro) is a masculine given name. Pedro is the Spanish, Portuguese, and Galician name for Peter. Its French equivalent is Pierre while its English and Germanic form is Peter.
The counterpart patronymic surname of the name Pedro, meaning "son of Peter" (compare with the English surname Peterson) is Pérez in Spanish, and Peres in Galician and Portuguese, Pires also in Portuguese, and Peiris in coastal area of Sri Lanka (where it originated from the Portuguese version), with all ultimately meaning "son of Pêro".
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Abrigo corto estilo oriental y cuello Mao, de paño de lana con brillo satinado, en color fucsia ciclamen, con botonadura de pedereria.1962. Pedro Rodriguez. Manteau de laine satine/ Fucsia coat style oriental by Pedro Rodriguez circa 1962. #fahion #pedrorodriguez #art #vintage #collection #maestrosdelacostura #fashionstyle #pedrousabiaga #vintage #art #faahionvintage%2
Pedro Rodriguez... ELKHART LAKE, WI - SEPTEMBER 1: Pedro Rodriguez in the Ferrari 330 P4 he would race in the Road America CanAm on September 1, 1968 in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. (Photo by Alvis Upitis/Getty Images)
Pedro Rodriguez, Lucien Bianchi, 24 Hours Of Le Mans Pedro Rodriguez, Lucien Bianchi, Ford GT40, 24 Hours of Le Mans, Le Mans, 29 September 1968. Pedro Rodriguez celebrates his victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in his Ford GT40 with teammate Lucien Bianchi at the wheel. (Photo by Bernard Cahier/Getty Images)
Pedro Rodriguez, Lucien Bianchi, 24 Hours Of Le Mans Pedro Rodriguez, Lucien Bianchi, Ford GT40, 24 Hours of Le Mans, Le Mans, 29 September 1968. Pedro Rodriguez and teammate Lucien Bianchi celebrate their victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in their Ford GT40 . (Photo by Bernard Cahier/Getty Images)
"Barcelona haute couture" at Palau Robert
December 14 and March 31
The exhibition offers a tour of the "golden age" of a genuinely Catalan fashion, who lived hegemony after 1920 by the Catalan textile industry and the connection Paris. The direct Antonio Montpalau library is a special initiative, which feeds primarily on donations and is dedicated to the study, preservation and dissemination of textile heritage. In the Palau Robert exhibition displays more than a hundred pieces of the collection, with leading figures dressed in high fashion as Jeanne Lanvin, Pedro Rodríguez, Manuel Pertegaz, Cristobal Balenciaga, Carmen Mir, Asunción Bastida, Pedro and Margarita Rovira walnut, among others, and houses important as Santa Eulalia and the floating dock. It also outlines hats and shoes made by Barcelona's most celebrated firms, embroidery company Luguel-author of many Pertegaz embroidery and currently still on active service and a selection of drawings by Pedro Rodriguez from 1925 to 1960. On this occasion, the exhibition includes several new pieces of Balenciaga, Rodriguez Pertegaz or have never been exposed.