Mistinguett climbs to the catwalk
Mistinguett is fashionable. They face the summer climbing the catwalk, at the 22nd 080 Barcelona Fashion. Mistinguett Sparkling is a tribute to all those women who work every day to make their dreams come true as Mistinguett did. A woman who, with audacity, effort and perseverance managed to be the most important vedette of all time in the world of entertainment in France. Mistinguett is the stage name of Jeanne Florentine Bourgeois (1875-1956), a legendary French singer, actress and star.
The Mistinguett brand, which has already climbed the catwalk at the winter edition of the 080 Barcelona Fashion, last February, is back allying itself with avant-garde fashion from June 25 to 29 at the Sant Pau Modernist Site in Barcelona. In the Village, with free access, and in the VIP area of the 080 Barcelona Fashion, the modern and glamorous Brut, Brut Nature and Brut Rosé Mistinguett will be served, some of which are skimily styled from top to bottom.
The former fashion editor of ‘Vogue USA’, André Leon Talley, with more than 25 years of experience in the first international line, is the guest of exception of the 22nd edition of the 080 Barcelona Fashion catwalk. The following brands and creators will parade: Amt .; Antonio Miró; Aubergin; Brain & Beast; Boboli; Como pez en el agua; Custo Barcelona; IS. Collection; Escorpion Studio Barcelona; Ester Ferrando Knitwear; Guillermina Baeza; Killing Weekend; Krizia Robustella; Lebor Gabala; Lola Casademunt; Mans Concept Menswear; Manuel Bolaño; Miquel Suay; Miriam Ponsa; Naulover; Oscarleon; Red Point; Sweet Matitos; TCN; Txell Miras; Xevi Fernández; i Z1. In addition, as a novelty of this edition, the organization wanted to give the catwalk also in fashion schools and the final day will host a parade of final thesis of young designers from the IDE and LCI Barcelona centers.
On the other hand, on June 6, Mistinguett collaborated with the gala of the first edition of the Fashion-FAD awards, which have won the designer Victor von Schwarz, the brand Piñatex by Ananas Anam and the designer Pepa Salazar.