Juan Ortega will premiere this Friday in Seville, in the hand in hand with a dwelling of La Puebla, a dress with history, inspired by Juan Belmonte, whom both Venera. And not only, as he said in the recent interview in the world: "I have always been passionate about the bullfighters who have followed the Belmontina line. I read Valle Incllan that things are not like we see them, but as we remember them. And It has always been obsessed the Hondura, purity ... That leaves a mark, it is recorded on fire. Who followed the wake of Belmonte have had a much greater depth. Cagancho, the Gitanillos [by Triana], Ordóñez, Paula .. . That school is scarce, more harm, suggests tearing. "
Because Ortega, who likes to dive in the rich oceans of the story of the Toreo, was a day by chance on a visit to the Museum of the Brotherhood of La Macarena. During the journey, he called his attention a walk of a walk through his beauty. Triana's bullfighter, guided by curiosity, asked for explanations and stumbled over a curious vein: the donated capote had belonged to Sebastián Castella, who commissioned a replica of the original piece of Juan Belmonte who possessed his then seized José Antonio Campuzano.
"I hit that embroidery full of flowers, all different, without a pattern that was repeated, I went up all the photos I knew from Belmonte, until I gave with it, there was, the teacher dressed with the same embroidery as that champole of ride of the Macarena, "says Juan himself. He did not hesitate to put the work in the hands of Santos, the Toreros Tailor of Madrid. And after several several visits "we put the embroidery standing."
In such a way, that Friday, September 24, in front of a bullfighter-rendered bulge as a dwelling - although there is more of Juan Belmonte of what his faith would admit, "Juan Ortega will collide a dress of pure Belmontist inspiration. From Carmelite silk, golden the unique embroidery. As a tribute to who they baptized as the Pammus and shook the bullfight as an earthquake.Date Of Update: 23 September 2021, 13:39