Opening Ceremony of the Museum of the Works of Costume Designers Victorio and Lukino
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Costume designers Victorio and Lucino at the opening of the Museum (AFP)
Seville (Spain): “Middle East”
A museum dedicated to showcasing the works of Spanish costume designers Victorio and Lucino, who captured the fashion catwalk stars such as Claudia Schiffer and Elle MacPherson, is located in their fashion house “Victorio A Lu” in Andalusia (southern Spain). Source of inspiration for them.
The museum housed the six-century-old Santa Clara Monastery in Palma del Rio, the birthplace of Victoria. The museum displays clothing, fabrics, models from earlier fashion collections, shoes and jewelry designed by Spaniards.
Lugino told Agency France-Presse in an interview with him last April that “it gives us great pleasure to leave the mark of our mission to a new generation.”
He met Jose Victor Rodriguez Carro, 72, also known as Victorio, and Jose Luis Media del Correll, 68, nicknamed Lucino, in their teens in the late 1960s.
In 1975, the two formed the “Victorio a Lucino” brand. They made their international debut in 1985 by participating in the New York International Exhibition. The New York Times hailed Victorio and Lucino’s “tight shirts and lace skirts as touching ethnic symbols” and “were huge fans of American customers.”
After the brand became popular, the two designers set up their own studio in Seville, the birthplace of painter Diego Velasquez. Victorio and Lucino went bankrupt before they could relaunch their brand.
The identity of Victorio and Lucino is linked to Andalusia, and Victorio says that “every designer is affected by where he lives”, and Seville is often chosen as a decoration for operas such as “Carmen” and “The Barber Off”. Seville “.
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