Bogotá Fashion Week Day #2
In my opinion, Colombia has a long way to go in the world of fashion, but this year helped me realize that the people that are really passionate about the subject are beginning to take risks and to reinvent themselves. I love this universe and everything around it; fashion has been a part of me since I was almost a child. When I was 16 I started modeling around the world and although I don’t consider myself an expert and obviously I’m not a designer, I have been fortunate to live in the big capitals of fashion and to model in each of the major international shows… all of which gave me the opportunity to know this world from the inside out and to work in it by experimenting and learning the many faces of this art.
The first day of BOGFW came with many surprises. I loved the fabrics and patterns presented by Etxebarria, my fellow Spaniard. I was fascinated by Dario Cardenas proposal; the staging was wonderful and his magical prints transported me to the heart of Peru. I also really liked Faride Ramos collection (I’d wear everything) and finally, I was totally in love with Diego Guarnizo, that man is too much. His human qualities, his love, passion, his essence … everything was carefully reflected in a very poetic and authentic way.
I chose an elegant fuchsia Emporio Armani suit. I’d love to know what you think about my look.
// EMPORIO ARMANI suit – ZARA shoes – STRADIVARIUS hat //
Interviewing Etxebarria (you’ll see the interview very soon…)
Interview with Diego Guarnizo
With beautiful Ana Maria Londoño (Director of Fucsia Magazine)
Some photos of the Etxeberria show:
Photos of the Faride Ramos shows:
Photos of the Dario Cardenas show:
Some photos of the Diego Guarnizo and Maria Luisa Ortiz show: