Havana, Oct 20 (Prensa Latina) British designer Natalie Wildgoose is exhibiting in Havana on Saturday a fashion collection on British Culture Week and Cuban Culture Day celebrations.
Under the title Children in the Garden, the presentation is scheduled for 21:00, local time, in Hall 3 of the Cuban Art Factory in this city.
According to Wildgoose, it is a very feminine show reflecting part of her essence and those conflicts and concerns she experienced during her transition to adulthood.
In addition, she added, there is a lot of nostalgic for my own childhood, things I did in England while growing up, for example John William’s WaterHouse painting as well as a Scottish heritage.
It is, she said, a childish and playful stage closely related to British culture and tradition.
Children in the Garden was previously presented at the National Museum of Fine Arts and, according to the creator, will have a reposition next to another show during the event Art and Fashion slated for November.
The novel star of British design, who already has a piece exhibited at the London Fashion Week, said she was interested in learning more about Cuban fashion and the work of its creators.
The British Culture Week will extend until October 27 with various actions aimed at promoting cultural relations between both nations.