I can’t help telling you all the details about the super busy week I had. It was quite tiring, but full of glamour and elegance (a good reward, no?)! Let’s start from Monday: I flew to Madrid very early in the morning in order to be there on time for our 2 programs of the day. I was a little bit tired when I left the studio, but it wasn’t time for me to relax yet. A quick coffee and straight to get ready for one of the most important fashion events of the year: Los Premios Telva 2011 (Telva Awards 2011). What a magic atmosphere! Famous actors, writers, fashion designers, TV presenters, models, members of the Spanish socialité, everybody was there. This is the look I opted for that night: a black and white little dress by Teresa Helbig (I find it gorgeous, don’t you think so? So feminine and delicate), shoes by Gucci and tiny bag by Jimmy Choo. I felt like a real princess:-).
The prizes of the XXI edition went to Elio Berhanyer (best carrier), Frida Giannini for Gucci (best international designer, hem hem, she’s Italian, don’t need to add anything else:-)) and Joaquín Trías (best national designer). I guess it must be a great feeling and satisfaction to win a prize for your activity, for what you do with so much passion and devotion. Congratulations to all the winners of the night!
Tuesday was another long day at the studio, but it was ok, I could relax all the evening and sleep all night after coming back home. On Wednesday I had a shooting and an interview for an important Spanish magazine that will come out soon and after that I flew back to Barcelona, ready for another important event I couldn’t miss on Thursday night: the Chanel exhibition! It took place in the great Palau Dalmases, situated at the heart of La Ribera, near Picasso Museum. Martina Klein, Veronica Blume, Carla Crombie (we are all from the same agency, Uno), Clara Alonso (so beautiful and nice, I loved herJJ), Marta Español and others famous models were among the special guests of the night. All soooo beautiful and charmantes, très Chanel! We had a lot of fun all together.
I found the exhibition very interesting: did you know that there are 180 handmade steps to create a Chanel bag? And that Coco Chanel used to go to bed with 1 drop of her gorgeous Chanel Nº5 Perfume? And that she found inspiration for her famous tweed tailleur from military uniforms? I loved hearing all these stories and curiosities.
Yesterday we spent all day in Montmelo, another busy day, but this time made up of races and engines!! I uploaded a picture on Twitter, have a look @renatazanchi
As you can imagine I really need to relax now. Spend some days at home, with my prince and my little Giulio, cooking, answering all your messages on Facebook, Twitter, etc. I think I’ll start right now after publishing my post J.
Mando un abbraccio grande grande a tutti! Love you all!