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fans

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Fans

Interested in knowing the secret language of fans? In seeing fans created by the most prestigious Spanish fashion designers? Then don’t think twice! Download this app and you’ll discover there is far more behind a fan than you ever thought.

Part of the contents of ‘Fans’ is based on the ‘Fans by Top Designers’ collection put out by Planeta DeAgostini. But this app also includes an exclusive section with videos that show the language of fans, an almost secret code that at one time enabled couples or lovers to communicate with each other discreetly in public. These codes, based on the movements of the fan, the way of holding it and facial expressions, can convey messages that stir passion, leave the recipient cold or arrange a future tryst.

What you will find in this app:

• Language
Learn to ‘speak’ with your fan. A selection of basic expressions in conversations between lovers interpreted on video like ‘I love you’, ‘I long to get married, ‘Do you love me?’, ‘I’m jealous’ …

• Designers
Take a look at the exclusive fans created by top Spanish fashion designers like Roberto Verino, Hannibal Laguna, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Victorio & Lucchino, Devota & Lomba, Miriam Ocáriz, Juanjo Oliva, Lydia Delgado and many more.

• History of the Fan
This accessory has an age-old history. Egypt, Greece, Rome… the great cultures of antiquity used the fan on social occasions, as a sign of distinction and also, of course, as a way of warding off the heat and discouraging flies. This section of the app will show you how fans have evolved through time.

• Parts of the Fan
Find out in detail the names of each of the different parts that make up a fan.

• Manufacture
The process of creating and manufacturing fans is very diverse. The most crafted ones include lavish fabrics and materials, even jewelled touches.

Application developed by ADI for Planeta DeAgostini publishers.

Tags: signos lenguaje abanico.

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Comments and ratings for fans
  • (64 stars)

    by A Google User on 18/10/2012

    I wish there was an option to translate this app to English. I would love to learn about the history and language of fans, but I don't speak or read Spanish. :-(