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For: Julia Sáez-Angulo
Nim Gallery is the beautiful one jewels boutique, with art gallery in the low apartment. At the head of this artistic conglomerate there is Mercedes Reigada, an elegant designer, that likes the blue stones to game with the sky, the sea and his eyes. In the shop windows of his establishment proper works can be seen and of other contemporary designers.
Generous in the transmission of his knowledge, Mercedes Reigada gives periodically courses in different institutions. It has developed manuals for personnel training of jewelry shop and costume jewelry in department stores. He has spoken to us about the jewels, about his designs and about what means for her the creativity.: what your philosophy is like
October, 2007
The Galician designer has celebrated his silver weddings with an exhibition in the Museum of the Suit of fifty two models, two for every period, in which there is revealed his sober elegance and his personal contribution, beyond the creators who look for the disguise and the mask to sound. His esthetics are that of good materials and pronounced line. Many women follow him because his models remain beyond the immediate thing and end up by receiving the value of the permanent thing.
September, 2007
The Museum of Manuel Piña in Manzanares, his hometown, began his journey in May, but the official opening of the Museum, foreseen for September, it will go accompanied by an emotive homage: the designer of La Mancha, one of the first "heroes" of the Cibeles, will be nominated an associate of honor of the Creators' Association of the Fashion of Spain. A recognition deserved to a short but singular trajectory, which opened new ways for the Spanish fashion.
July / ago 2007
Nobody can imagine a world without color and less in the art of dressing. It is the thesis that they support Andrés Carretero y Akiko Fukai, the commissioners of a coloristic exhibition that takes place in the Museum of the Suit until the next September 23. The sample is organized by the Department of Culture and Kyoto Costume Institute. Between the exposed suits they represent pieces of Fortune, good represented in the museum.
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