FLAMENCO couture is back in vogue at a high class fashion show.
Chic kaleidoscope trajes swamped the catwalks at Sevilla’s We Love Flamenco week, a six day celebration of the 200-year-old Andalucian tradition.
The city’s iconic Hotel Alfonso XIII became a mecca for crowds of fashionistas, who were invited to see the latest dress styles created by a burgeoning generation of designers whose names include Carmen Fitz, Pablo Retamero and Sanchez Murube.
The aim of the fashion week is to promote flamenco dress as a 21st century fashion.
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