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SEVILLA, 25 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Jardilín store recovers this Friday a habitual tradition in fashion businesses for many years: live model shows, in which customers can admire the fabrics and check the quality of the new collections.
At 6:30 p.m., number 15 Calle Francos in Seville and its outdoor spaces will become a catwalk from which girls between the ages of nine and ten will act as haute couture communion models for the Spanish firm Amaya, which will characterized by its craftsmanship, its contemporary designs and the use of national fabrics of the highest quality, offering "special collections for unique moments". With decades of experience, Amaya's creations are taken care of in detail to ensure that each garment is exceptional.
Jardilín, for its part, is a family business founded in 1968 by José Peña. Since its inception, it has opted for the quality offered by Spanish designers and manufacturers. Currently the third generation, which begins to take the reins, adds the tradition of its journey with modernization without ceasing to be a traditional business. Admission to the parade, which begins at 6:30 p.m. on Calle Francos, 15 in Seville, is free until full capacity is reached.