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For: Mercedes Álvarez
The daily footwear gives to sculptress Almudena Arment the pretext to look at the reality that surrounds us from the surrealistic perspective of a heel, of a mold or of an instep. His shoes - sculptures provoke a smile and a reflection. During the whole mesde December and until January 23, puedencontemplar in the Room Third Space of Madrid
Almudena Armenta, Vicedean of Quality, Innovation and Investigation of the faculty of Fine arts of the Complutense University of Madrid, exhibits in the gallery Third Space (www.tercerespacio.org) the exhibition The mold of your shoe. Centred on the footwear, Almudena Armenta captures the associations of ideas and the games of the imaginació
November, 2009
The Pavilion 5 of the Fair of Madrid has received a new edition of the contest “The thousand and weddings” organized for IFEMA for the first time. The whole world of products and wedding services and an important appointment for the fiancés who are going to marry in next dates. The statisticians say to us that the year 2008 200.000 marriages were celebrated in Spain close and that the expense of a wedding represents an average for 18.350 Euros.
October, 2009
The Footbridge Cibeles has celebrated his 25 years of life with a tight parades program. It has not left that the bogey of the crisis was tarnishing his birthday and living has showed us a luxurious impregnated image and happiness of. There have been collections for all the tastes and sensibilities that have revealed the tendencies for the next spring. Between this infinite variety he emphasizes the passion for the 80s, with enlargement of volumes, short skirts, soft and luminous tones, asymmetries and metallized.
September, 2009
She was an innovator both in the field of the high fashion and in the social one. It liberated the body of the woman with a clothing that was leaving at sight the natural forms of his silhouettes, with a supreme refinement. Madeleine Vionnet (1876 - 1975) is a paradigm of the history of the fashion of the XXth century, a designer who could see the importance of the creativity in the art of dressing and who donated to the Parisian Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris the majority of his patrimony, conscious of that must be preserved, that's why the institution offers him now a homage with the same pieces that it donated.
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