Letizia white and radiant
HM the Queen mightily called attention last night to what is perhaps becoming at last! in our first national coliseum. The Madrid Teatro Real was packed with p
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HM the Queen mightily called attention last night to what is perhaps becoming at last! in our first national coliseum.
The Madrid Teatro Real was full of politicians, politicians, captains of the company with their second and, in some cases, third spouses, 'socialites', members of the Board of Trustees with 'sex appeal' and those characters nothing music lovers who only attend the night of the Opening of the operatic season. They are going to look and be looked at and do not appear again there all season. They all had their eyes on Mrs. Letizia, who was in white and radiant snow with a difficult model to catalog, presiding with Felipe VI the representation of 'Don Carlos' from the Palco Real.
Doña Letizia was also radiant with a low and loose bun, what is now called a 'collected', a word that sounds fatal, very make-up and with all the external marks of wealth appreciated by her most faithful 'watchers'. He not only wore the famous twin bracelets of Queen Victoria Eugenia that are part of that lot of jewels called "to pass" and that are still attributed to the Cartier house when they are actually from Bvlgari , but also wearing shoes Manuel Blahnik one of our national glories.
It should be clarified that Mrs. Letizia usually surprises the respectable the night of the season's premiere, remember a 'petite robe noire' of transparencies of Felipe Varela or a very controversial monkey of the Pedro del Hierrro brand . But nothing prepared them for the batita, the whimsical 'oversized' satin 'charmeuse' satin wrap of the Lola Li brand.
Curiously, the dress had been sewn primitively by another Lola, Lola Piña, an attractive veteran of the fashion world who heads the sewing workshop 'Al Dedal' in Madrid to which many of our creators, including the Lola Li brand, resort. Several media had attributed it to the most pilgrim designers, with Darío Prieto in his chronicle of EL MUNDO being the only one who had succeeded with his authorship in his review of the premiere of "Don Carlos".
Verdi's opera will remain on the bill until October 6. Today the second cast that will feature Ainhoa Arteta and having Italian Andrea Caré that we saw the role of 'Don José in the' Carmen 'by' Calixto Bieito 'in the Teatro Real will be on the scene.
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