Happy Thursday to everyone!
How are you? I’m very happy for what I’m going to tell you in this post. I want to tell you about the gala of last Tuesday night, a very special event in which we were able to celebrate the Telva’s tribute to Naty Abascal for her years of work and dedication to fashion.
As many of you already know, Naty Abascal is one of the most admired professionals in the fashion industry of our country. She has worked with such important designers as Valentino or Óscar de la Renta, she is now a reference for all those who want to find a place in the fashion’s world. It fills me with pride and happiness to have worked with her on previous occasions, and have been able to see her sensitivity and professionalism in her work. All an honor!
The location of the event was the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, in an environment that denoted the elegance. With my stylist and friend, Raquel Costa, we were able to enjoy a night of reunions and celebration.
In this case, I opted for a black dress by Benjamin Friman. Simple and elegant with the detail of a strip of feathers that gave a touch of personality to the dress. Black never fails! The bracelet, earrings and ring that I used on such a special night were Thomas Sabo and, with respect to the hairstyle, I decided on a pickup in form of a ponytail.
With the presentation of this award, start the exhibition of the most mythical dresses and works of Naty Abascal. A tour divided into six parts in which with this ‘Crónica de Moda, we can appreciate the strong relationship between the world of fashion and art.
This exhibition begins with her beginnings in Seville, where we can understand his way of thinking, feeling and perceiving art. Moving on to her passion for fashion, she began working for numerous publications by Richard Avedon and the friendship she had with some of the most important designers. She continues to focus on his elegance, an element for which he has always been appreciated and for which she has been awarded in numerous international competitions. Her admiration for referents such as Givenchy or Yves Saint Laurent is another of the points on which this journey focuses, after having had the good fortune to work with many of them. This is how the ‘Crónica de Moda’ ends, with a message that still in our minds: “always Naty“.
I can’t be happier to have been able to celebrate this award dedicated to someone that I admire for their perseverance, talent and work. Thank you Naty for bringing fashion and art to such a broad audience!
I really recommend see this exhibition of free entry until December 2. I’m totally sure that you will not regret it!
And you, who is your dream coworker in fashion?
I send you a hug!
Dress: Benjamin Friman
Earings, bracelet and ring: Thomas Sabo