Loré – La Violetera Campaign
Loreta Gudelj’s new collection appeals to Spain, a concrete, Spanish fashion from the beginning of the last centuries, a direct inspiration from the film La Violetera and the iconic Spanish actor Sarita Montiel. The campaign was filmed at the Croatian Music Institute, an authentic building from the late nineteenth century that proves to be the ideal backdrop for visualizing and reinterpreting the stories of one of the most-watched films of the 1950s. The collection is made entirely of premium wool, cashmere, viscose, silk, taffeta and macrame lace, as well as some of the handmade materials on which the designer emphasized from her first collections, and this time she presented handmade belts.
Photo: Doris Fatur
Model: Petra U. (Relatum Models)
MUA: Petra Sever
Hair: Matej Tonković
Designer: Loreta Gudelj
Doris Fatur gained her education at the Academy of Fine Art where she received a title of Master of Art Education. She works mainly as a fashion stylist and photographer. In 2012 she won Elle Style Award for the best young stylist, and since then has been working for the prominent Croatian and international fashion and lifestyle magazines as well as for many business clients. She has participated in numerous exhibitions, published her work in various publications, and together with Stefano Katunar won the first prize in the competition for painting the entrance to the underground garage of Rijeka “Old Town”. Katunar was alongside Fatur co-founder of Micica, fashion jewellery brand which exists since 2009 and is widely known throughout Croatia and abroad.