The presenters Dani Rovira, Manuel Banderas and Pedro Casablanc dressed in Protocolo designs at the black-tie gala in celebration of Spanish cinema.
The PROTOCOLO brand dressed the stars for the ball at the 30th edition of the Goya Awards. On the evening of February 6th, the presenter of the Gala, Dani Rovira, wore Protocolo to celebrate the stars of Spanish cinema. Elegantly dressed in the Burriel, slim fit tuxedo, sporting a black, lapel blazer with a sharp white edging and contrasting cream trousers, the actor kicked off the prize-giving ceremony in the midst of a magic act performed by the magician Jorge Blass. During the act Dani Rovira mysteriously lost his blazer, showing off his shirt underneath. It seems magic also has style!
Maintaining the gala’s black and white theme, next in the spotlight was the Natalio design – a black slim fit suit featuring a peak lapel blazer with crisp white edging. Both designs are from the brand’s current collection.
Pepe Reyes and Laura Cortés were the stylists in charge of the showroomevent organised by the Spanish Cinema Academy. The theme of the soirée was a perfect mixture of 70’s inspired fashion and the classic black and white dress code.
The brand also took to the red carpet — Manuel Bandera, alongside Bibiana Fernández, posed for photos wearing the Ronaldo design, an on-trend and in style, black, velvet tuxedo made of brocade fabric.
The actor, Pedro Casablanc, who boasts an impressive 25 year track record in theatre, cinema and television, received his first ever nomination at the Goya Awards as Best Leading Actor in the film ‘B’. On the red carpet he flaunted one of the brand’s new designs, the Chicote tuxedo from their current collection – a smart black design featuring plush satin lapels. Unfortunately, his charming outfit wasn’t enough to win him the prize.
Protocolo in the spotlight of fashion, styling the stars at the Goya Award’s 30th anniversary. A massive congratulations to the prize winners.