Oscar de la Renta’s life and manner job are the subject of a new exhibition at Centro León in Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic that opens nowadays and operates via mid-April.
The Dominican vogue designer, who died in 2014 at the age of 82, was “incredibly very pleased of his heritage,” mentioned Alexander Bolen, chief govt officer of Oscar de la Renta. Bolen was attained in the Dominican Republic, exactly where a party was staying planned for 700 people on Thursday evening to rejoice the exhibition.
Titled “Being Oscar de la Renta,” the exhibit focuses on the designer’s daily life expanding up in the Dominican Republic, and his style career. “They approached us before Oscar died, and he was extremely a great deal in favor of the thought,” claimed Bolen.
“The exhibition is not just about his get the job done as a manner designer, it is principally about that,” included Bolen. “It talks about his early times growing up in the Dominican Republic, and the issues he did in creating Punta Cana,” he said.
A 30-moment documentary about de la Renta’s daily life, directed by Raúl Camilo, will be revealed as portion of the exhibition, highlighting individuals this kind of as Henry Kissinger, Julio Iglesias, Hillary Clinton, Michael Bloomberg and Anna
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