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Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week

backstage at Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week.
Make-up artists backstage at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid .

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, was known as Pasarela Cibeles until 2008 or Cibeles Madrid Fashion week up until 2012,[1] is the principal platform to promote fashion in [5]

Some of the notable attendees at MBFWM are Spanish national treasure, Duchess of Alba, socialite and tabloid fixture Carmen Lomana, French socialite Beatrice D'Orleans, Russian model, Irina Shayk and also athletes like Cristiano Ronaldo Sergio Ramos, Kaka, Higuain, Ozil, Figo... .[6]

Many models see in the Spanish capital as a continuum of work during their available free days after the conclusion of New York Fashion Week and just before the start of the Milan fashion shows. Iris Strubegger, Marina Pérez, Eniko Mihalik, Egle Tvirbutaite, Denisa Dvorakova, Michaela Kocianova, Diana Farkhullina, Sheila Márquez, Daiane Conterato, Charlotte Di Calypso, Jon Kortajarena, and Michaela Kocianova are just some of the top models that have added some “super” appeal to the MBFWM calendar. Some designers that showing their collections in Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid are: Davidelfin, Juan Duyos, Adolfo Dominguez, Andres Sarda, Aristocrazy, TCN, Juanjo Oliva...[6][7]


  1. ^ IFEMA: Pasarela Cibeles se convierte en Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week'. Infolatam (12-9-2009). Consultado el 31 de mayo de 2009.
  2. ^ 'Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week' con un total de 52 diseñadores que mostrarán 40 desfiles. Europa Press (15-9-2008). Consultado el 31 de mayo de 2009.
  3. ^ 49 edición de la Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week. La Vanguardia (20-2-2009). Consultado el 31 de mayo de 2009.
  4. ^ Comienza la edición número 49 de la Pasarela Cibeles, ahora llamada Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week (vídeo de 2:43 min). RTVE (20-2-2009). Consultado el 31 de mayo de 2009.
  5. ^ [1]50 aniversario de la Pasarela Cibeles, ahora llamada Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid (reportaje especial). (10-9-2009). Consultado el 14 de agosto de 2009.
  6. ^ a b
  7. ^ Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week: Las Modelos

External links

  • Web oficial
  • Especial 50 aniversario de Pasarela Cibeles
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