I would like to begin talking about our recent visit to the Balenciaga Museum.
Situated quite near to the Adamar Palace, both constitute an enclave full of contrasts where Tradition and Modern are together. These concepts are spread along the work of the inspired designer to whom I admire deep inside. The simplicity of his person and the shine of his work reminds me the place where he grew up, Getaria, with that luminous aura of the small towns situated in the North part of Spain that once you kow them you are captivated forever. Without forgetting Santander…
Yolanda and Carmen Margallo at the Blenciaga´s Museum hall. White total look. Gold and Black accesories. Vinyl bags.
We enjoyed the exhibition “Manne Queen since 1922″, where we could appreciate the evolution of mannequins throught the differents seasons till now. Even though the beginning of mannequins started long time ago, the company called “La Rosa” from Milan, was fundamental in the and development of these fashion supports not only in technical aspects but also the sculptural ones.
Bathing suit exhibition marvellous. A retrospective of bathing suit fashion from the most retro models to the greatest of today.
Bathing suit Janova 1950.
Left: bathing suit Schnurer California 1952.
Right: bathing suit Hermés París 1950.
Left: bathing suit Emilio Pucci 1962.
Right: bathing suit Cole California 1964.
Left: bathing suit Emilio Pucci front side 1962.
Centre: bathing suit Dolphin 1960.
Right: bathing suit Speedo designed for EE.UU swimming pool team.
Bathing suit Yves Saint Laurent 1970-80.
Bathing suit Norma Kamali 1980.
Bathing outfit John Weitz 1980.
Bathing suit Michael Bol-Bracht 1980.
Left: bathing suit Christian Lacroix París 1990.
Right: bathing suit Alexander Macqueen London 2000.
I expect you enjoy it as much as us.