“We have a deep respect for the artistic creation of other colleagues and our business ethics prevent us from crossing certain limits that would jeopardize the original authorship of the design.” With these words, the Bilbao firm Sophie et Voilà announced on Tuesday that broke the contract to dress Tamara Falcó as a bride on July 8.
Just a month and a half before one of the most anticipated weddings of the year, the Marquise de Griñón was left without the two bridal designs that she had been creating since February together with the brand’s designers, Sofía Arribas and Saioa Goitia. An end to the contract that came after the demands of Isabel Preysler’s daughter, who apparently wanted one of the designs to look too much like a Chanel dress Exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
After a few frantic hours, with denial included, Tamara reappeared in networks to show his followers various images from his new campaign for OPI. Without wanting to get into this controversy, the marquise limited herself to writing in the publication that she had spent the day of filming.
Tamara has focused on her work while studying new firms that can dress her on her wedding day
Some snapshots where she appeared with one of the pieces of clothing that French women love: the striped shirt. A garment that Tamara wore in white with black horizontal stripes while she contemplated the views with black sunglasses and Tous earrings.
In other images, Falcó could be seen in a flattering yellow dress with a flower print and puffed short sleeves and a white dress, which could be the one from his collection for Pedro del Hierro that he presented just a week ago, with a black blazer.
The striped print T-shirt is one of the wardrobe basics that never goes out of style and is also very easy to combine, since it looks good with jeans, another essential piece, as well as dress pants or a long skirt. cowgirl that takes a lot this season. These are some of the proposals to copy the look of the marquise: