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The 10 bullfighter jacket looks that will inspire you with a lot of art

Chanel, lrepresentative of Spain in Eurovision left the audience with their mouths open not only for his performance, but also for his look Spanish. For the occasion, she wore a Goya-inspired outfit created by Palomo Spain. The monkey had more than 50,000 Swarovski crystals and the singer defended it with great art.

This bullfighting inspiration has its roots in goyesque fashion which precisely introduced Goya in his paintings, already in the 18th century. A fashion that emerged from the slums of Madrid in response to the invasion of France.

Teacher Cristobal Balenciaga He recovered it some time later, in the mid-20th century, to create his “balloon dresses”, a version of those that appeared in the canvases of Goya and Velázquez, which fascinated him, as well as adopting the lace of his popular costumes. He was followed by other designers such as Lacroix with its everlasting flamenco and bullfighting details.

It was in November 2007 when the Infanta Elena recovered the bullfighter jacketin coral and white tones, lace and the black mantilla to attend the wedding of the young Prince Felipe with Letizia Ortiz.

Three years later, Infanta Elena once again captured all eyes among the guests who attended the wedding of Victoria of Sweden and Daniel Westling with a look again genuinely Spanish. For this occasion, She combined a fitted pink dress with a voluvo skirt as a cape and a Goya-inspired bullfighting jacket. With her hair up, the infanta wore the same tiara that she had worn on the day of her wedding to Jaime de Marichalar. An extraordinary outfit with which she became the best ambassador of Spanish culture.

Now your daughter Victoria Federica, steals the spotlight willing to take up her mother’s baton, with nods precisely to bullfighting fashion. At one of the magazine’s parties Elle, held in tribute to Andalusia, Victoria wore a black and gold bullfighter jacket inspired by the costumes of lights, which she wisely combined with wide pink pants, with fringe details at the waist.

The bullfighter jacket or bolero It is one of the most popular options for Spanish women for decades to accompany high-waisted full skirts or dresses. But the most international celebrities have also worn jackets for their looks more media. This is the case of the actress Sara Jessica Parker, protagonist of the series Sex in New York, and the photo production he made for the publication S Moda.

The imitation of the bullfighter’s costume has been the object of desire of many international designers such as Moschino, Dolce Gabanna, Pucci or Balmain who embraced this made in Spain trend to show it on catwalks and campaigns.

Below is a photo gallery that includes some of the main examples of this trend.

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