At 70 years previous, Ana Belén It has an unquestionably serene magnificence, framed in its overwhelming physique. An attraction that many have described as: “class personified” and, they’ve additionally identified their “innate type” relating to dressing.
To the rhythm of her legendary and well-known songs “Have a look at her, take a look at her, take a look at her”, Ana Belén has managed, after a protracted skilled profession, to make her place within the cultural sphere.
His beginnings within the trade
Well-known since she was 13 years previous when she filmed ‘Zampo y yo’ in 1996, María del Pilar Cuesta Acosta, who will flip 70 tomorrow, grew up within the Lavapiés neighborhood. His mom, Pilar, was the doorkeeper of the constructing. His father, Fermín, labored as a prepare dinner on the ‘Palace’ lodge in Madrid.
It quickly turned an icon of the Transition. Muse of the designer Jesús del Pozo, his image ha impressed a number of generations of ladies; from these brief denims with tight shirts and a handkerchief tied across the neck to the fabulous attire that she has worn on levels and pink carpets similar to the sunshine blue costume, with which she picked up the Goya of Honor in 2017, from the DelPozo model.
Beneath her obvious fragile complexion, jet-black eyes and angular options, Ana Belén has worn and cultivated a classy type, with out neglecting the simplicity and naturalness that characterizes her.
Your function in style
“Eclectic, coherent, timeless and fashionable”, that is how the designer defines Ana Belén Ulises Merida. “Ana Belén extremely revered the stitching of Jesús del Pozo and completely understood the spirit of the home,” she continues.
Keep in mind that the protagonist of ‘Fortunata y Jacinta’ had a Particular present and knew the right way to completely interpret attire, “gave life to the creations of the Jesus Delpozo“. When she got here to the assessments she didn’t stay nonetheless like a model,” she moved, she checked out herself time and again within the mirror whereas finding out the actions of the garments, she was conscious of their significance on stage “.
The connection between Jesús del Pozo and Ana Belén was nice, “they obtained alongside splendidly and each knew precisely what they wished,” provides Mérida, who nonetheless has a metallic organza costume with curly parts on the backside. If an evaluation of his type is made, it may be seen that “he didn’t like the plain or the strident, he most well-liked clothes with persona”, says the designer, who acknowledges that the protagonist of ‘Libertarias’ is “the modern class personified”.
For the designer Juan Duyos, the protagonist of ‘Turkish Ardour’ possesses “an innate type” that knew the right way to take the the 80’s with energy, “all the time contained, however with a really complete level”.
Verónica Abián and Sergio de Lázaro, artistic tandem of the firm Otrura, outline Ana Belén as a “lady of refined style, who has all the time had good sense to decide on the costume relying on the place the place she was going to put on it”.
By means of clothes, “he has been in a position to modulate the message he wished throwin addition to his persona and their values“, says Sergio de Lázaro who finds it very attention-grabbing to see the” so treasured manner of how he has used sensuality and sexuality to point out his personal sensitivity, his femininity “.
Along with his type conquest a the whole lot the one at your round, to the digital camera, to the media and the viewer. “She has been in a position to work very nicely together with her manner of dressing, her class, and he or she is the proprietor of a easy, delicate seduction, fabricated from clear thread”.
Very positive of herself and with a terrific persona, “she has opted for the minimalism and the simplicity, he has recognized how to decide on what to put on “, clarifies Verónica Abián.
Within the imaginary of the brothers Iñaki and Aitor Muñoz, creators of the Ailanto model, Ana Belén seems “with flowing attire from Jesús del Pozo.” She can be remembered in 2011 with a Sybilla costume, designed by the designer in 1996, “the costume was not a set advance, however a museum piece”.
Ana Belén, one of many actresses what extra has supported Spanish design, “has made an ode to a whole period of Spanish style.” Now the singer and actress continues to keep up a fascinating smile and a serene class that she’s going to certainly display on the premiere of ‘Antonio y Cleopatra’, on the Almagro Classical Theater Competition.
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