victorio lucchino already have their sanctuary in palma del rio

Victorio & Lucchino already have their sanctuary in Palma del Río

Sumary of Victorio & Lucchino already have their sanctuary in Palma del Río:

  • The room Victorio & Lucchino: the atelier of dreams is inspired by a space that the designers had in the Casa de Velázquez, in Seville, where the creative process begins.
  • Because the Santa Clara Museum Espacio Fundación Victorio & Lucchino has been waiting for many months for this day to come, when its doors will officially open, pending the adjustment of official agendas for the inauguration, chaired by the Minister of Culture and Historical Heritage of the museum dedicated to bridal designs Ana García Moreno via @victorioylucchino_oficial The tour of the exhibition space begins with the welcome Santa Clara: historical walk through a recovered convent, where the building is presented, inhabited by the Franciscan nuns until 1970 (its cells are now the warehouse for the pieces from the donation) and declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1982.
  • The designers Victorio & Lucchino have a reference center since Thursday, as a sanctuary, where their followers can enjoy their creations, after the opening in Palma del Río (Córdoba) of the Santa Clara Museum Espacio Fundación Victorio & Lucchino.
  • The Santa Clara Museum Espacio Fundación Victorio & Lucchino aspires to join the elite of the fashion exhibition centers, along with the Museo del Traje in Madrid, owned by the State, and the Balenciaga, in Guetaria, managed by a foundation.
  • The donation comes from the hand of Victorio, José Víctor Rodríguez Caro, a native of Palma del Río, a town in Cordoba bordering the province of Seville and on the banks of the Guadalquivir, which has 20,910 inhabitants.
  • A tour of his creative career in 60 pieces The Victorio & Lucchino museum will have 60 pieces in the exhibition, on a tour of his creative career, with dresses and accessories that extend into seven rooms on a museographic project that seeks to set up a museum alive, dynamic, interactive and sensory and proposes in its development an immersive experience that explores the theme of design and fashion in all senses.
  • After showing some of the outstanding covers in the history of Victorio & Lucchino, the first of its rooms is reached on the upper floor, Joy of living: from Andalusia to the world, with 22 designs, where the iconic, prêt -à-porter, color and joy.

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