Bogotá Fashion Week Day #3

Today I want to show you a version of me that very few people have seen: the “hip-hop” me. Influenced by this music genre, I made quite an entrance at BOGFW.

I’m wearing:

// ZARA bomber – ZARA top – SEVEN SEVEN necklaces- PULL AND BEAR pants – PULL AND BEAR cap – ZARA glasses – ZARA shoes //


BOGFW - Fashion Blogger


Look hip opera BOGFW


BOGFW Look hip hopera


Bogotá Fashion Week - Cristina Warner


Look Bogotá Fashion Week


Look Bogotá Fashion Week


BOGFW - TeamWarner


Bogotá Fashion Week - TeamWarner


Cristina Warner - Desfile Isabel Caviares

Isabel Caviedes show was announced with music according to my look … that street vibe was able to get me more into my “hip-hop” role. Clothes, just like music, need to be felt. When the show began I honestly never expected to see outfits that featured caps and were consistent with the urban style I was wearing, I really knew very little about Isabel… many asked me but it was just a coincidence. Here are some new images of the show.


Desfile Isabel Caviares - Look hip opera


Desfile moda Isabel Caviares


Chaquetas de la BOGFW


Disfrutando de la BOGFW


Look Bogotá Fashion Week

I wanted to share a few photos of the children’s fashion show that really I loved with all my heart. I’d dress my daughter Zoe with each and every one of the clothes. And what about the mini models? They’re mini top models! I was so impressed that I couldn’t stop smiling.


Desfile infantil BOGFW


Desfile infantil Bogotá Fashion Week


Cambio de look Cristina Warner

I changed my look to end the day. I was wearing a BURBERRY trench coat and pants, a JIMMY CHOO clutch and ZARA shoes.


Look Burberry y Jimmy Choo

I wasn’t able to see Juan Pablo Socarrás collection as well as I wanted. The look in the photograph was the only one I could see clearly and I found it very interesting. I hope to see the complete collection live to draw a more precise conclusion, but Adriana Lucia brought the right point of theatricality and made the audience stand up to sing and dance … that moment was magical.


Desfile Juan Pablo Socarrás

The closure, by the GRIS collective, was disappointing not because of the collection itself, but rather because of the chaos at the end caused by a technical glitch. I almost cried; I can’t imagine what the designers felt. Here’s a photograph of the show…


Look Bogotá Fashion Week

[ photo by Carolina Osejo ]
[ make-up & hair by Alejandro Romero ]
[ production styling by We Are Barely Legal – Juan David Moya ]

Bogotá, Colombia.

  1. Carolina Arias says:

    Como te dije me encantaron tus zapatos. Estuviste regia con los dos looks que escogiste.

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