MADRID — Spanish designer Roberto Verino is revving up to snatch a piece of the American pie with a 25-year retrospective running Monday through March 10 at New York's Gabarron Foundation Carriage House Center for the Arts.
Verino, 63, said the upcoming exhibition, called "Roberto Verino — 25 Years of Fashion," represents "an explosion of recognition, una tarjeta de presentación [an introductory calling card]" for the brand he founded in 1982. "We are very interested in establishing ourselves in New York. We like difficult challenges. We are up to the competition there. We're prepared for the fight.
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