From September 29 to October 10, you can get an exclusive look at a selection of dresses from renowned Valencian designers such as Enrique Lodares, Paca Cervera, Juan Andrés Mompó and Isabel Sanchis. The exhibition aims to highlight the connection between Valencian fashion and the world of art & culture.

When we talk about fashion, dresses, catwalks and models come to mind. However, ACUMOVA and CLC Art Gallery at Mediterránea Fashion Week Valencia hope to take this one step further by linking fashion and culture to the concept of art itself. Thanks to a long-established list of Valencian designers, a selection of haute couture dresses have travelled from the catwalk to the CLC Arte Gallery.

The creations of these artists have left an indelible mark on the local, national and international fashion industry, and the framework of the II Edition of the Mediterranean Fashion Week has been used to expand the concept of art and fashion. The pieces will accompany the current artistic exhibition by Luz Moreno Pinart in the gallery, linking two sectors that seem very different but in which there are some similar processes.

“This collaboration constitutes a first step to promote and link art, fashion and culture. We know that we have great talent in the city, and this is just the beginning of the promotion of the rich cultural and creative heritage of Valencia,” comments artist Jesús Arrúe (artistic director of ACUMOVA gallery).

The gallery is located in the historic centre of Valencia, at C/ d’en Sala, 6.

Report by Mia Raja

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