Rosalía says “I fulfilled one of my dreams” after singing and parading for Louis Vuitton

The Spanish singer rosalia made headlines this Thursday after his participation during the fashion show of the new Louis Vuitton autumn-winter collection for men, Paris, France.

In a post on Instagram, the flamenco, pop and reggaeton interpreter said: “I fulfilled a dream: to sing in a parade and parade.”

Likewise, the one born in Barcelona confessed that she also “had the luck of being able to play all my favorite songs”. Among those included ´Despechá´, ´Saoko´, ´Candy´ and ´AIO´, the latter of the Dominican dembowsero Ángel Dior, who was recently demanded by representatives of Dior to stop using the firm’s name.

According to EFE:

The show took place in an ephemeral installation inside the Louvre Museum in Paris, where the brand recreated the rooms of a house, from a hospital room, as a birthplace, to a game room and a living room.

The set served as the stage for Rosalía, who sang while walking with the models, sitting on a sofa and finally with the brand’s creative team, more than thirty designers who were working until 2021 with Virgil Abloh, the brand’s last creative director. .

Abloh passed away in 2021 at the age of 41, a victim of a rare and sudden type of cancer. Since then, the emblematic brand of the LVMH conglomerate has preferred to keep the anonymous design team in charge of the men’s collection, without a recognizable head.