Right from the start, the firm of Victor, José Víctor Rodríguez Caro, and Lucchino, José Luís Medina del Corral, infused their creations with their unique and original but undeniably Andalusian style.
Victorio & Lucchino began their career in the fashion world in the late the 1970s, in the Spanish city of Seville. By 1985, their overwhelming success led them to create their first fashion collection and present it at a New York show. From then on, with the inauguration of the Cibeles in Madrid they begin to show two Prêt-á-Porter collections every year.
In 1984, they decided to create their first collection of wedding dresses and present it in Barcelona, becoming pioneers in the sector. At the same time, they presented their collections of flamenco dresses in the birthplace of Velázquez in Seville, infusing them with their purest artistry.
After fulfilling their goals in fashion and accessories, they have gone on to open new doors to other markets. This has included the launching in 1992 of “Carmen”, their first perfume for women, and a recent agreement to design jewellery. Their art has also been reflected in the theatre and the big screen in the works “Yerma” and “La Celestina”, and the film “The Bodyguard”.
In the field of interior design, they have fitted out an entire floor of suites in the Silken Al-Andaluz Hotel in Seville.
Victorio & Lucchino have transformed the fifth floor into a very welcoming space based on their work in fashion design. Comfort and serenity are the two words that best define Victorio & Lucchino on the fifth floor. The main premise is to make guests feel comfortable and nurtured by warm textures and embracing colours that seem to cradle guests to sleep.
In the hall, the walls are lacquered in black, the armchairs are upholstered in velvet and the floors are distressed black stone. Two white marble sphinxes, from the designers’ personal collection, rise hieratically in the lobby. The designers brought the best of their daily life to the hotel.
The black furniture is also by the designers and has rounded corners. However, perhaps the most unique aspect of the proposal of these two designers lies in the fabrics: linen, velvet and cottons are used in furniture and throws, curtains and cushions in two colours. No elements -neither colours nor arrangement- are repeated in the different rooms.
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