We Love Flamenco will be held in the city of Seville from this next Tuesday, January 14, and will run until Sunday 19, with intense days of flamenco fashion shows.
This is the VIII edition of a week of fashion with Andalusian flavor organized by the renowned model Laura Sánchez, along with her partner Javier Villa.
The positioning of the flamenco dress in recent years as an option suitable for the most special events, beyond fairs and pilgrimages, gives Murcian footwear the opportunity to show itself in all its splendor with the best of the companions.
The latest trends in dresses suggest the combination with reformulated espadrille styles, which retain their traditional essence by the region's own mode of production and present a new aesthetic in line with the new trends.
The process of artisanal elaboration is the common denominator of two industries that advance at the same step.
THE TREND THAT TAKES BETWEEN BRIDE AND GUESTS
The clear commitment of the brides and invited in recent years by jute and esparto to complement the style of the most special day, has allowed this type of shoe to sneak into an area so far unusual.
The espadrilles of the Murcian company LA VALETA, which has opted for the color black to complement all the parades that we will see in We Love Flamenco, will show the most casual face of the new party dress code.
In plush leather, with a 11 cm high wedge, ties to be knotted at the ankle and topped with a natural jute sole, Charlene (name the model receives) is the brand's star espadrille.
Artisanal production, located in Beniel (Murcia), retains the traditional flavor of one of the most characteristic Murcian industries.