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From Alexandra Pereira to Natasha Poly, the best looks of a great night

1/11 The best dressed guests at the Möet & chandon

December is inaugurated, the month of festivities where toasting and celebrating in style with the best finery. This is what happened tonight in Madrid: actresses, aristocrats, socialites... a long list of guests from the national and international scene has gathered at the Teatro Real in Madrid to attend the magical Moët&Chandon Effervescence party. In it we have seen Nieves Álvarez (unbeatable in terms of party looks) and also other prominent guests, from Spanish influencers to veteran models like Natasha Poly.

Nieves Álvarez, an original rocker bet

The model has shown off her legs in a minidress with a sweetheart neckline, an asymmetrical skirt with a long train and a crossover bodice with small front openings strategically positioned and decorated in turn with appliqués of provocative red lips, a very rock&roll seal. This spectacular design is from Galia Lahav, the couture firm of bridal and guest designs. Topping off the look with Cartier jewels, a luminous black sequin blazer and wraparound strappy sandals.

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2/11The best dressed guests at the Möet & Chandon

Natasha Poly's seductive suit

The coup d'état in a carpet dominated, for the most part, by neutral tones typical of the winter palette, has been put by the model Natasha Poly. The Russian top has chosen a festive red sequined suit from Lecourt Mansion and has combined it with Jimmy Choo shoes. In addition, she wore a black silk satin clutch with a Roger Vivier crystal buckle (Pilgrim Buckle model).

3/11The best dressed guests at the Möet & Chandon

Alexandra Pereira, a true dancer

The Spanish influencer who lives in Paris has come together with her husband Ghassan Fallaha with the most romantic proposal to date: a dress made up of thin layers of tulle semi-sheer plumeti and a ruched bodice with a bardot neckline, all finished off with subtle jewels and an up-do to match the look.

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Ana Boyer bathes in sequins

From Alexandra Pereira to Natasha Poly, the best looks of a great night

The businesswoman has departed from her usual classic schemes driven by this successful fitted dress with a halter neckline and asymmetric sleeves made of sky blue glitter fabric that would light up when it came into contact with the flashes. To avoid overloading the pose, she has worn her hair loose, combed to the side, and discreet jewelry (hoop earrings with diamonds and a delicate geometric bracelet) that give all attention to the main garment.

5/11Claudia Osborne

Claudia Osborne, the 'boho chic' guest

Bertín Osborne's daughter was one of the select attendees who opted for sustainable made in Spain. Her crush has been this simple mustard-colored satin piece with balloon sleeves and an open neckline at the back, signed by Leandro Cano for EsFascinante, which she complemented with a floral beaded bag and contrasting black pumps.

- Claudia Osborne marries in a dress with Andalusian roots and a diamond choker

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María García de Jaime and hers her outfit 'binomial' hers

The influencer and her husband Tomás Páramo have not hesitated to come with connected outfits, representative of the complicity of she. That's right, the couple has applied twinning by opting for pendants in only black and white. María is wearing a blazer-type dress by Philosophy for Olibati with contrasting buttons and a long flared pleated skirt, which she finished off with black pumps and a mustard handbag that brought a splash of color.

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7/11 The best dressed guests of the Gala Möet & Chandon

Paula Echevarría and the pink jumpsuit with origami sleeves

The actress has decided on a quartz pink jumpsuit with long pants with silver sequin details. It is a pronounced design with a V-neckline and discreet belt whose most striking detail is its puffed sleeves. The glitter aesthetic of the set is maintained in the shoes, high stilettos with jewel details on the toecap and Dior makeup by stylist Gabriel Llano.

- Paula's stunning look. retail


Gara Arias, the guest in Spanish red

The model attended with Pepe Barroso and they couldn't have been more handsome. Her choice has been a success. Yes, red plays to the advantage and especially at Christmas events. Gara has opted for a Redondo Studio design made of silk satin with an asymmetrical neckline. The special touch of the dress was given by some ostrich feathers in the tail dyed to match.

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Belen Hostalet, a Helbig girl

The director of the firm Manola has chosen a design from the Rien Ne Va Plus collection, by Teresa Helbig. An elegant sleeveless creation, with embroidered micro sequins and small chains on khaki cotton tulle. As a beauty look, she has opted for the trending baby hairs, the look of the moment among Spanish actresses such as Úrsula Corberó and international artists such as Jennifer Lopez, among others.

- Úrsula Corberó and Rosalía, fans of 'baby hair'

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María Pedraza and her hybrid dress

The look of the protagonist of Elite is the work of Dior and consists of a classic white shirt renewed thanks to the black corset that overlaps until the mouth of a skirt transparent tulle midi length.

- The Parisian look of María Pedraza at the Möet & Chandon Effervescence

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Teresa Andrés Gonzalvo and her luminous 20s

The Valencian woman has channeled the best of 1920s fashion with a creation with a sailor V-neckline, long sleeves and a straight pleated skirt, by Malne , bathed in gold and bronze sequins. She finished the outfit with black pointed-toe shoes, from Jimmy Choo, and jewelry from Joyas Sardinero.

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