Carmen Lomana

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Carmen Lomana
Born María del Carmen Fernández de Lomana Gutiérrez
(1948-08-01) 1 August 1948 (age 68)
León, Castile and León, Spain

María del Carmen Fernández de Lomana Gutiérrez (León, Castile and León, Spain 1 August 1948),[1][2][3] known as Carmen Lomana is a Spanish businesswoman, socialite and haute couture collector. She is the widow of Guillermo Capdevila, a famous Chilean industrial designer who died in 1999.


Daughter of Basque banker Heliodoro Carmelo Fernández de Lomana y Perelétegui and of the Astur-Leonese with Cuban aristocratic roots María Josefa Gutiérrez-García y Fernández-Getino, she is the first of the four siblings of a high class San Sebastián family. She worked for Banco de Bilbao and Banco de Santander and studied Philosophy in London.

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