The renowned designers presented yesterday their new collection 'Por las calles de mi Sevilla'. A praise to flamenco fashion, joining 25th anniversary of SIMOF celebration, at the Tablao Los Gallos in Seville.
Haute couture is also present in flamenco fashion, and Victorio & Lucchino is a proof of that. The respected presented a flamenco collection, with geometrics designs, noble fabrics and their already unmistakable ruffles. A creation that left no one indifferent, since Victorio & Lucchino has returned to reinterpret and revolutionize, once again, flamenco fashion.
A collection where classical flamenco sewing has been meticulous, elevating it to a piece of art. As the artists themselves confess, all the artisan techniques have been used with the will to defend good sewing and, ultimately, the exclusive flamenco.
With daring combinations and an haute couture color range of, the couple has treated the fabrics with exquisiteness, giving nobility to the original material with which Flamentex, leading textile company in the flamenco sector, has collaborated.
Victorio & Lucchino developing their collection, with Flamentex fabrics.
Synergy between Victorio & Lucchino and Flamentex wouldn't be understandable without the participation of Doble Erre, fashion and communication agency. As part of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of SIMOF, José Víctor and José Luis once again show their affection for Andalusian fashion and the city of Seville, all of which can not be explained without the International Flamenco Fashion Salon (SIMOF).
Victorio & Lucchino
With more than 30 years of professional career, this couplecan boast of having paraded on the most prestigious catwalks, exporting their Andalusian art around the world. Also, they were the first designers devoted to presenting a prêt-à-porter collection of brides in the world.
Among their professional successes, it is needed to highligh his participation in the costumes of the film "The Bodyguard" starring Whitney Houston, the Guinness Prize to the longest "bata de cola", for the show "Through the Looking Glass" by the ballet of Víctor Ullate or designing the flamenco dresses for the Expo 92.
En la imagen, el equipo de Flamentex en el estudio- taller de Victorio & Lucchino.