N5 equality for all genders
N.5 was an exhibition project created by Manuel Fernández and photographer Omar Ayyashi in Madrid, Spain, for the Fashion Art Institute.
Its primary goal was to defend all genders’ rights and empower all women and girls.
Master of light and artist Grimanesa Amorós presented Precious Nipples, worn by the famous actress Juana Acosta. All dresses were designed by Manuel Fernández and presented by actresses such as Belén Rueda, Paz Vega, Juana Acosta, Anna Castillo, Cayetana Guillén Cuervo.
The garden was founded on October 1755, by King Ferdinand VI on the banks of the Manzanares River. It contained more than 2,000 plants collected by José Query Martínez, botanist and surgeon.
Above: Grimanesa Amorós in front of her creation
She created for the N5 exhibition in the Real Jardin
Botanico, Madrid, ‘Precious Nipples’, a dress worn by
renowned actress Juana Acosta.
For the event Grimanesa collaborated with fashion designer
Manuel Fernandez and photographer Omar Ayyashi.