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.
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.
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.
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.
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…