Bella Vida, showcased at Sevilla Fashion Week, emerges as a vibrant celebration that intricately weaves together the rich cultural tapestry of Andalusian and Moroccan heritage. This stunning collection draws inspiration from the shared history and influences that have shaped both regions, creating a harmonious fusion of styles and traditions.

This couture line, with its harmonious blend of sky blue, yellow, khaki green, pink, and black, creates a visual symphony that reflects the diverse facets of nature and emotion. Each piece is a work of art, capturing the essence of a beautiful sunset and offering a luxurious and sophisticated experience for those who embrace it.

The sky blue in the collection evoke a sense of serenity and calmness, reminiscent of a clear, sunlit sky.

Golden yellow adds a touch of radiance and optimism to the collection.

Khaki green introduces an earthy and grounded element, creating a beautiful contrast with the lighter tones.

Pink injects a playful and romantic flair into the collection. This infusion of pink adds a touch of whimsy and femininity to the couture pieces.

Black, the timeless and classic color, grounds the collection with sophistication and elegance.

As each model graces the catwalk, the audience is transported into a world where fashion becomes a celebration of heritage, tradition, and the timeless connection between Andalusia and Morocco.

BellaVida signature for a Strong, chic and sensual women.



Models – @mluisadelahera @marialuque03
 Makeup Artist @mthemakeupartist
Photography @valentinlujan_foto
Location  @funtresculturas     and     
 El Monasterio de la Cartuja



For BELLAVIDA Collection the campaign was programmed in two places in Seville:

The Moroccan Pavilion which is a striking representation of Moroccan architecture within the Expo ’92 site.

Designed by Mohamed El Glaoui, it showcases intricate tilework, geometric patterns, and traditional Islamic aesthetics.

The pavilion’s courtyard features a central fountain, surrounded by lush greenery, creating a serene oasis.

Visitors can experience the rich cultural heritage of Morocco through exhibitions and cultural events held within the pavilion.

Its unique design and vibrant atmosphere make it a notable highlight of the Expo ’92 legacy in Seville.


The Monasterio de la Cartuja de Sevilla is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture.

Originally a monastery founded in 1400, it later transformed into a ceramics factory.

The complex includes the stunning church, Sacristy of the Cartuja, and beautiful gardens. Visitors can marvel at intricate tilework and religious art while appreciating the serene ambiance.

Today, the Cartuja serves as a cultural center, hosting events and exhibitions, making it a unique blend of history and contemporary.


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