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Detalles: Jesús del Pozo

julio 28, 2010

Con 38ºC a la sombra quizá es demasiado pronto para empezar a mostrar las novedades, de cara a la próxima temporada; pero como siempre, soy incapaz de resistirme, así que aquí va un vistazo de cerca y minucioso a la colección de Jesús del Pozo (que ya pudimos ver en la pasada edición de Cibeles) Las prendas entre las manos son increíbles: mezclas de texturas, buenos acabados, colores, cargadas de detalles increíbles…
El inconveniente: la colección de pasarela sólo se venderá por encargo, la parte comercial, lo que encontraremos en las tiendas (aunque tiene reminiscencias) es muy diferente. Una lástima, pero algo común entre los creadores patrios.

Showroom Jesús del Pozo

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Fotos: Shopaholic

6 comentarios:

Almudena dijo...

Que pena que no se venda en las tiendas, la verdad es que esos tejidos tienen muy buena pinta

Tere dijo...

k buena pinta tienen las cositas no?? has estado alli parece en vivo y en directoo! k wayy, k suertee jeje

un besin grande

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el vestidor de la abeja reina dijo...

La verdad es que Jesús del Pozo es un fenómeno, me gusta desde que era una niña y nunca defrauda

Ava dijo...

solo 38º a la sombra?? suertuda, viniendo de trabajas creía que iba a derretirme en la acera! lo de que la colección de pasarela sea solo por encargo supongo que será algo normal, no olvidemos que es una empresa

Dans la mode dijo...

Me acabo de enamorar de esas gafas. ¿Sabes cuando te entra esa especie de emergencia por tener algo? Pues me acaba de pasar, quiero unas así! y para ayer! (que histérica me vuelvo jejejeje)

¿Sabes algunas en versión low cost y que queden minimamente bien?

Saludos! Irene

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