02 July 2019 -

Roberto Verino’s “art”

Madrid’s museums open their doors to Madrid es Moda to receive and showcase our designer’s work. Spanish fashion steps out during these days from its natural habitat to become the protagonist in spaces dedicated to art and decoration. For this purpose, the National Museum of Decorative Arts hosts in this IX edition of MeM, an exhibit of Roberto Verino’s looks inspired by the different rooms of the Museum's Manor House, which can be visited until July 14th for free.

The art captured by the Galician creator in his designs coexists these days with the ostentatious furniture and rich ornaments that characterized the manor houses of the XVII century, recreated in the museum’s second floor halls. The tour through the different rooms can be done in a guided visit with the designer on July 10th and 11th, unique moments in which he will personally relate to the attendees all the details regarding the garments chosen for this exhibition. Undoubtedly, an exceptional way of being able to admire Spanish art and design together, which you can access by reserving your place here or by participating in the draw of 4 double tickets of Madrid es Moda.

Check out Madrid es Moda’s program, and find out about all the activities: special window shops, routes through museums, fashion shows, collaborations with gastronomy, fashion films projection, more exhibits and special shopping actions.


Photos: Pablo Paniagua[:]