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Melanie Olivares unveils new apparel line 'Imagine'
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Jun '13
courtesy: hola.com
courtesy: hola.com
Set to recreate the magic of her past two collections, Hollywood star Melanie Olivares has launched her third apparel collection ‘Imagine’ at in Madrid, the capital of Spain.
 
Designed jointly by Melanie and her designer partner Naomi Garcia, the collection features apparels for Spring/Summer 2013 season.
 
The collection comes as a great combination of comfort and sensuality, as the designers aimed at offering something that can be donned at day-time or at nights, without compromising either on style or comfort.
 
This is the third collection that the actress launched under the name of her firm ‘Blessed Madness’. The previous two collections ‘D-Heart’ and ‘The Moon Adele’ met resounding success.
 
Among those who attended the launch of the new collection were popular names like singer Bebe, Elia Galera, Barbara Muñoz, Daniel Martinez and Unax Ugalde.
 
Some of Melanie’s co-actors in her upcoming movie ‘Temporary’, in which she plays the character ‘Aida’, also did not miss the chance to take a look at her new apparel line.
 
Melanie, who is known for combining her two passions – fashion and interpretation, is also working on two more movie projects – ‘Crisis’ and ‘Two a la cartein Spain’ and in September will also for the first time try her hands on plays, with her first play being ‘Women in the mirror’.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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