A black and white night illuminates the red carpet of the Goya

The black and white and the combination between the two have won the game in the red carpet of the Goya, where they have opted for generous lateral openings in skirts of straight lines, although there have been no lack of vaporous fabrics and large volumes, and they have risked More in white, blue and red.

Penelope Cruz has left that general tonic in black and white and has opted for a Ralph & Russo design with a lot of rhinestones, in lilac tones.

The Nieves Álvarez model has managed to win one of the podiums of elegance with an Alberta Ferretti design in emerald green, such as the splendid slopes of the Bulgari museum, which belonged to Gina Lollobrigida.

In the purest Audrey Hepburn style, Belén Cuesta, nominated for best actress for "The Infinite Trench, has achieved with a presence and a delicate style that Pertegaz returns to the red carpet with a dress, with a strapless neckline, in raw and black , made of silk taffeta and a large loop at the waist.

Marta Nieto, nominated for Goya for best actress for "Mother", has also opted for Spanish design tonight in which she has relied on the seam of Jorge Acuña, who has made a black and white velvet dress with a neckline for her Asymmetric, very flattering.

The host of the gala, Silvia Abril, has posed in white with a dress designed by Lorenzo Caprile, with a voluminous and flattering neckline, a design that has later changed to black tuxedo pants combined with asymmetric body in jacquard lurex and maxi fabric volume on one shoulder of Pedro del Hierro.

In white he has also attended the Gala Paz Vega, María Esteve and Anna Castillo, who has worn one of the largest openings in her skirt. A color that gentlemen have also dared like Fran Perea.

Belén Rueda has once again relied on a design by Benjamin Friman from Granada, in natural silk in aquamarine tone, inspired by the Hollywood of the 50s with a great tail.

Teresa Helbig is one of the star designers on the red carpet. Macarena Gómez has chosen one of her designs again, a dress with sequins tornasolado with side opening.

He has also trusted the Catalan designer Carmen Arrufat, the youngest nominee to the Goya, with 17 years, who has chosen a silky tulle dress with valenciennes.

Cristina Brondo, with a long dress made of macramé cotton tulle, and Carla Simón, with a kimono coat in leather and silk velvet, have also succeeded with her Helbig.

Silvia Abascal is an unconditional Elie Saab and does not disappoint. Natalia de Molina dazzled in an Oscar de la Renta dress. And a shy Greta Fernandez opted for a candid Gucci dress.

The 1930s are what have inspired Alicia Rueda to design a very feminine white dress for Toni Acosta. However, black has been the tone that the president of the Angeles González-Sinde Film Academy has worn, who has attended the ceremony in a Devota & Lomba dress.

Two great film women like Marisa Paredes and Ángela Molina have not disappointed on the red carpet. The first with a Duyos dress and the second with an Etro design, with which he wore a spectacular figure

Three of the Galician nominees, Benedicta Sánchez, Chelo Loureiro and Luis Tosar have made a nod to the land by choosing designer clothes for Adolfo Domínguez.

Malena Alterio and Ruth Gabriel have relied on Esther Noriega tonight, of which they have worn two dresses with the most spectacular necklines of the night, in V to the waist.

Belén López in black and white from Sevillian Antonio García and Maribel Verdú de Dior were also among the most elegant.

Lucía Jiménez has relied on the precious sewing of Santos Costura and has shone on the red carpet with a halter neckline dress in black and white butterfly sleeves. The nod to a designer from Malaga like Rafael Urquizar has been done by Adelfa Clavo and Laura Baena.

More and more gentlemen risk on the red carpet. Lander Urquijo has been the creator of Felix Gomez's tuxedo in aquamarine blue velvet with a great work of trimmings.

The actor and director Eduardo Casanova, in white and with lace gloves, has opted for a new talent in Spanish men's fashion, Jaime Álvarez, creative soul of Mans, and also Enric Auquer. However, Ana Locking has been in charge of dressing the provocative Asier Etxeandía, nominated for best supporting actor for "Pain and Glory."

Classic and elegant Antonio Banderas came dressed in a tuxedo tailored by Emidio Tucci and his partner Nicole Kimpel made him dressed as Pronovias.

Miguel Angel Muñoz, very elegant Dsquared2, and Jose Coronado, of Brooks Brothers, made it clear that at any age elegance is something innate.

The good concept of the tailoring of García Madrid has convinced actors like Jesús Vidal, Gorka Lazcosa or the singer Pablo Alborán.

The "teacher" of "La casa de papel", Alvaro Morte, risked with a jacket in maroon tercipelo, while the transgressor Óscar Jaenada chose a Dior for the gala.

By Immaculate Tapia


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