Eva González: The Award for Flamenco Dress Ambassador
The model, TV presenter and actress Eva González received the Mof&ART award for her contribution to the dissemination of flamenco fashion. The Flamenco Fashion Association recognizes the professional career of the day’s multifaceted protagonist and her support of the popularization of the flamenco dress, “who has always defended with great authenticity these events with her trust in local designers,” explains Pilar Vera, President of the Mof&ART Association.
Eva González has developed a radiant career in the fashion, communication and entertainment industries since her participation in the 2003 Miss Spain Competition, where she won the crown. Later, important opportunities in the national fashion and advertising world arrived, making her the image of prestigious companies.
In 2004, she makes the transition to television with Florentino Fernández and Nuria Roca on the late night show on Antena 3 UHF. She later moves to Telecinco, where she begins acting on the hit series Los Serrano. She then switches to La Sexta, where she hosts the Dímelo al Oído game show, and later collaborates with Buenafuente. She returns to comedic acting with the series La Tira. She’s hosted the TP de Oro Gala in 2009 and returns to Telecinco to host El Juego del Euromillón.
From 2007, she hosts Se Llama Copla on Canal Sur TV, a smash hit on Andalusian television that has led to the discovery of young talents in the world of Spanish song and contributed positively to the dissemination of flamenco fashion and the talent of Andalusian artists.