- Parking April Fair in Seville 2019
- Open the deadline for applications for booths April Fair in Seville 2018
- Talavante succeeds in closing San Miguel and Rafael Serna gets hurt
- Pepe Luis and Manolo Vázquez, back together on a poster
- Special Mobility Plan for the April Fair 2017
- Currito, ... Give the little button on the Home Fair
- Listen to the songs on the album XXV Anniversary of the Expo'92. In the Seville Fair “sevillanas”
- Would you like to participate in the alumbrao of the April Fair 2017?
- The medical team of the Plaza de Toros de La Real Maestranza hands out its annual awards
- Taurinos II delivered the Awards "Ciudad de Sevilla"
Its origin is found in the primitive cattle fair. She came women from traffickers, a good number Andalusian gypsy and peasant. His clothes were humble percale gowns. These gowns bustle, finished in two or three ruffles formed over the years a real fashion. The keys were clear, this outfit enhanced the female body and will also printed a panache that was not achieved with the clothes coming from abroad.
A phenomenon to take into account was how the upper classes in their outfits copied to the humblest. Began the revolution…
The flamenco dress has evolved over the years. So the coarseness of the first fabric was overcome with the profusion of ruffles, that printed by walking a jacarandoso air. Decanted clearly characteristics over time: V-neck, Round or square, hair bun, Belted telle opens on hips like a flower and the very important accessories: flowers in her hair, Necklaces, Earrings, shawls…
The Exhibition of Seville 1929 served as a consecration of the flamenco dress and acceptance by the upper classes as essential attire to attend the Fair.
A HAT WIDE AND SHORTY
The April Fair could not imagine without short horseman without a hat brimmed. Actually this was once a atuenda fatigues. The shorty was the slaughter in the field and attending to livestock markets, to establish business relationships with dealers, dealers. WHILE much, the hat was a garment that is usually used at the time.
The short riding habit is a derivation of the male. Sevilla is the city of the forms and the issue of clothing for riding would expect. So the Guild Master Tailors of Seville elaborated “The Decalogue itself”, where it is collected accurately and succinctly the rules for using the shorty: Yes the sober colors, gray and brown, that can withstand dust. Plain or small drawings as spikelet, bird's eye, crow's foot, etc.. Yes the hat color matching the suit or, in any case with the jacket. Espuelas, braces, vest and scarf belt. The white pants back, with button enterizo, and the fringes, con botín y polaina”.
We can also find the “Decalogue not”, Figure hence it should never be used: “Not a tie, a la bufanda, to gloves, belt and wristwatch, better without beard or long hair, ni coleta, or sunglasses. Not frilly shirt or pants with stripe ironed. No to black clothes or gaudy. At the fair, not the wineskin or medals hanging. That fits in the pilgrimage. Not chaps and spurs to dismounted.
The Dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy of Language defines the donut as “fritter dough that is made of fine clay and oil fried flour. When Fry goes swells of various figures and sizes”. Gypsies are responsible for keeping this tradition alive in the Real de la Feria. His recipe is closely guarded. The only sure thing is that just when the morning there is a place to visit in the April Fair, is called “Court of the Gypsies”. The cleanliness and quality of their products and obvious addition is a tradition in the city of La Giralda.