05 November 2013

Folli Follie goes to Spain

EVENTSWhat an honor and pleasure for Folli Follie to support the SOS Foundation for the fourth consecutive year. Once again we had the time of our life in the beautiful city of Madrid.

One good cause, a limited edition collection, one great city, a great cocktail party and Folli Follie supporting the non-profit SOS Foundation… that was our mission in Spain. The potential of this cooperation that started 4 years ago in this country is remarkable and has led in the implementation of big and important charity activities such as “Ketty” nursery in Senegal, which has been named in honor of Mrs Ketty Koutsolioutsos, as well the Casa do Gaiato nursery in Mozambique.

As you will see the official presentation of the SOS Folli Follie collection took place in the club-restaurant Ramses (the place to go right now in Madrid, don’t miss out) hosted by Mrs Mariza Koutsolioutsos from Folli Follie , Cristina Muñoz the President of the SOS Foundation and Tamara Falco, Folli Follie’s face in Spain.

The limited edition SOS Folli Follie collection for this year includes a strong fashion element, with a new edition of the best-selling Carma collection that has been loved from celebrities in Spain and all over the world. Decorated with a distinctive red crystal stone, the collective Carma bangles with their special symbolism are expected to be loved from all fashion addicts in Spain. The collection also includes a new proposal of bracelets in four hues with details that represent the love for the children. This limited edition collection is available in all Folli Follie points of sale in Spain and part of the proceeds will be offered to support the causes of the SOS Foundation.

P.S. It feels great to support such a great cause with such beautiful collections!

Mariza Koutsolioutsos, Cristina Muñoz - President of the SOS Foundation

Tamara Falco, face of Folli Follie in Spain, during her visit in Mozambique to support the Casa do Gaiato nursery

Posted By : Fashion Forward

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