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Seville (EFE) who have dazzled Penélope Cruz, Nieves Álvarez, Amaia Salamanca and Juana Acosta.
Cross, by Dolce & Gabbana
Penélope Cruz has appeared dazzling on a very special night for her, because in addition to being nominated, in a film she produces, she has proudly paraded along with her brother Eduardo, also nominated for best song for “Los Margins.”
Wearing a black Dolce&Gabbana strapless, with bangs and her loose hair held up on the sides with two golden combs, the actress was radiant. Her brother, in black and wearing a hat with a tuxedo from the same firm, without a shirt, posed without a hint of nervousness.
The French actress Juliette Binoche, Goya International, has worn a velvet Paco Rabanne design embroidered with silver sequins on the upper part and metallic mesh on the ruffle of the skirt.
Clara Lago and Antonio de la Torre, presenters of the gala, posed together on the red carpet, she in a black silk chiffon creation by Dior, and he in a tuxedo by Pedro del Hierro.
Maribel Verdú from Alberta Ferretti with colored scales in black, silver and gold and Aitana Sanchez Gijón from Carolina Herrera, with maxi flowers embroidered in sequins in the same tones, were two of the most elegant women of the night.
Black has also been the velvet tuxedo, with a bow tie included, by Milena Smit who has remained faithful to Saint Laurent.
With little freedom of movement, but very comfortable, Anna Castillo appeared in a black Gucci velvet jumpsuit, whose straps covered her chest.
tulle and transparencies
Also daring is the design by Juan Vidal for María León with a low back until she loses her name and a transparent tulle front with two small black rosebuds in the most strategic place.
Spectacular, as always, Nieves Álvarez once again relied on a couture design by Stéphane Rolland in a brown tone, with which she could only walk with small steps.
Amaia Salamanca has bet for a word of honor from Zuhair Murad, a pencil design with overskirt, with constellation embroideries.
Macarena Gómez has opted for a silk chiffon dress with a rubberized bodice and bubblegum pink hood by Teresa Helbig. Her partner, the artist Aldo Comas, has turned out to be, as usual, one of the most daring gentlemen in an ivory tuxedo from Avellaneda adorned with a lobster, inspired by Dalí.
Belén Rueda, like a snow queen, has worn a dress with an ecru wool bodice and a tight metallic skirt, accompanied by an extra-long vest as a feather cape.
White has also been the delicate Chanel that Nerea Barros has worn, a color with which Miriam Hernández has also paraded.
More transgressive than ever María Pedraza has opted for a dress and boots by Alexandre Vauthier and Carolina Yuste with a leather jacket and skirt by YolanCris have put the most “underground” note.
On Isabel Coixet’s second-hand jacket you could read: “Women life freedom” (Women, life, freedom), a tribute to a young Iranian Mahsa Amini.
With the same tone, fluorine green, but with very different styles, Ingrid Garcia-Jonsoon and Blanca Portillo have walked the runway on the carpet.
White Dove, in white
Just one week after winning the Benidorm Fest, Blanca Paloma has walked around singing in a tight white sequined dress by Rubén Hernández Costura, a creator who has also been chosen by the singer India Martínez.
Goya Toledo has opted for a Redondo Brand design while Duyos has been chosen by the presenter Raquel Sánchez Silva, who has designed for her a dress with a bodice in bone silk tulle with a large bow on the back.
Simplicity and minimalism are always the keynote in Aridna Gil, who has worn a burgundy dress by Cortana. In intense red it was the cape dress for Elena Furiase by Roberto Diz; the same tone chosen by Carmen Machi in her tuxedo dress.
Belén Cuesta has opted for Spanish fashion with a design with a rounded neckline and puffed skirt by Pedro del Hierro, who in the men’s section has also made the tuxedo for Luis Tosar.
The Colombian actress and president of the Film Academy of her country, Natalia Reyes has worn a design by De la Cierva and Nicolás. While the Mexican actress Cecilia Suárez opted for a bustier top and skirt by Roberto Cavalli.
Luis Zahera wore a Lander Uquijo suit with priceless checks, while Nacho Sánchez has opted for the avant-garde tailoring of Mans Concept.
The actor and director Eduardo Casanova as Arturo Obejero with a jacket with XXL lapels and a V-neck. Also going against the current is the Guitarricadelafuente suit by Maison Margiela.
More classic, Arturo Valls opted for a midnight blue tuxedo by Hugo Boss, a firm also worn by the singer Manuel Carrasco, he chose a camel jacket.
Prada has been the choice of Manu Ríos. With a bow tie, Juan Diego Botto, has posed with a total black look by Dior while Miguel Hernán, recently arrived from shooting in India, appeared without a jacket, and with black pants and shirt.