Rosalía’s red dress from “Motomami” goes up for auction with an affordable price and a noble purpose

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The red leather suit that the Spanish singer has rosalia wore during his “Motomami” world tour will be auctioned off in California for charity.

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the jacket set, miniskirt and bodysuit with side slits, went viral thanks to the Catalan meme chewing gum before singing “Bizcochito” in the concerts of the tour it is on sale on the auction house portal Julien’s auctions.

“Rosalía is a delicate singer but with an image of strength, e this set combines both qualities“, Martin Nolan, executive director of Julien’s, told AFP, who estimated the value of the piece between $2,000 and $3,000.

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They estimate that the

They estimate that the red dress Rosalía wore on her “Motomami” tour could sell for $3,000 at auction. Photo: EFE

Designed by Australian Dion Lee, the look reflects the biker aesthetic that distinguishes “Motomami”, the third album of the Catalan.

Only the Grammy winner’s gown and other personal items will be auctioned through the portal julienslive.comand the money raised will be donated to the Spanish Antonio Gala Foundation, which offers scholarships to young creators.

“Rosalía is an emerging artist who they have not forgotten their roots nor the journey she’s taken, and she understands that now that she’s world famous, she can help others,” Nolan said.

“Because of this, the proceeds will go to this foundation to inspire and help other artists“.

Also on sale is the butterfly bob with the long fuchsia ponytail that the interpreter of “Saoko” wore at the Coca-Cola campaign for the launch of its drink Move.

Rosalía is today one of the greatest singers of international music.

Rosalía is today one of the greatest singers of international music.

The price of the colorful piece, signed “Motomami”, is estimated between $1,000 and $2,000.

A small autographed refrigerator and miscellaneous memorabilia make up the rest of the auction, which will be online through April 24.

“Rosalía is an artist who transform in every way, transforms with his fashion, with his music and with his philanthropy,” said Nolan. “He has a long career ahead of him (…) And this is understood by the people who participate in the auction. These objects will acquire even more value over time.”

Source: Clarin

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