Not only Victoria Federica live the Haute Couture Week shows in Paris, Sassa de Osma also did not want to miss the Dior show with a look maternity who is a total inspiration or Eugenia Martínez de Irujo to put the most Spanish touch to the city of love. Juana Martín, the most international designer from Córdoba, paraded last night at Paris Haute Couture Week for the fourth time in the City of Light. “Juana Martin paid tribute to the rich and deep Andalusian tradition, capturing the essence of spring in every detail: the morning dew, the evening light and the fresh scent of flowers. The designer, faithful to her origins, evokes the Andalusian spring, a perennial source of inspiration for artists throughout history, evident in the centenary painting ‘The Spring’ by Julio Romero de Torres.”
A parade that Eugenia Martínez de Irujo did not want to miss with a beaded and ruffled skirt by the Andalusian designer. A garment that is a Haute Couture jewel like everything that comes out of Juana Martin. He has triumphed with a collection in which unexpected materials and extreme volumes take center stage in party dresses. His collection has highlighted the artisan work of wicker, emblematic in Malaga towns, incorporating it in a unique way in unexpected designs such as party dresses.
A Eugenia Martínez de Irujo that has shone with a total look black to give all the prominence to this wonderful Juana Martín skirt with ruffles and rhinestones on the hip. A garment of Haute Couture which she has combined with a high-neck sweater to stay warm in the low Parisian temperatures.