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Flamenco Runaway Perello 2.1 La Moda Sigue

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Perello 2.1
Couturiere Lisa Perello’s La Mode Sigue will showcase never before seen flamenco dress, along with a new “ready to wear” collection for patrons who want to express their flamenco essence of spirit and passion. Youthful pieces will capture the imagination of a new generation, and Perello’s award winning designs will continue to captivate. Cantaora Chayito Champion and guitarist Steve Arispe will perform as dancers and models take the runway. Perello is a recipient of the 2011 San Antonio Tobin Award for Original Costume Design, and her work has been exhibited at the McNay Museum. Event is part of WEFlamenco 2021.

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  • Fabrictopia

    926 W. Laurel St., San Antonio Balcones Heights

    (210) 733-8650

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