anama ferreira organized a Great American Fair sell a good deal of the clothes she had stored at home and didn’t use. “There are more than 600 items of clothing and 400 pairs of shoes”said the former Brazilian model.
On a mobile a BEE! (America, Monday to Friday at 10:30), the Minas Gerais native said she has put up for sale exclusive models by Jorge Ibáñez, shoes from the most important brands in the Europe which he kept since 1978, leather suitcases, wallets of different sizes and various jewels.
“I’m selling everything because I’ve accomplished something very important: I am a compulsive hoarder. All these clothes that are here hung in my house, there were clothes from ’78, from the year ’80, that I don’t wear, so I put all this together “, began the entrepreneur and presenter in dialogue with Nicolás Magaldi and the whole panel of her..
As for the state of the clothes, the former model assured: “I cleaned a lot. Everything is pristine and there is a lot of unused stuff.”
And he clarified that the shoes are size 39 and 40 and range from about 4,000 to 9,000 pesos.
Anamá also showed some of the clothes for sale on the air of the aforementioned cycle, one of them, for example, was by the late designer Jorge Ibanez. “Keep that!!” he advised from the studio of BEE! Eliana Guercio, also a former model and actress.
Other items that caught the attention of the América cycle speakers included a leather suitcase from the 1980s, an evening dress from Valentino Garavanisimply known as valentine from his renowned firm, a model of Armani and several pairs of shoes by the Malaysian designer Jimmy Choo.
Does Anamá Ferreira sell everything and leave the country?
After introducing himself BEE! many of the garments that she put on sale at the fair america that she set up in one of the locations of her modeling school, anama ferreira received from Magaldi the question that many of his followers asked themselves on the net when they read his announcement: “Have you put everything up for sale because you’re leaving the country?“I thought about leaving my home, not the country”, The Brazilian began by saying she settled in Argentina more than 45 years ago, when she traveled for an advertising campaign that would last no more than 10 days and never left.
And he went on to say: “I love Argentina. I have been working here since April 5, 1976 and I have never stopped working. I am grateful, I have taken advantage of opportunities and worked all my life. I founded my own modeling schools, I have 10, I’m alone with my soul.”
And he concluded, about the ailment he suffers: “These days I’ve realized that a lot of women hoard.”
It is worth clarifying that in the large Anamá fair you will also find many products from national industryin different sizes and for different occasions. “And there’s also a shelf with my clothes”announced on his Instagram Stories Taino Laurino Ferreirathe daughter of the former model, who also shines on the catwalks.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.