ColombiaModa – Fashion Week
ColombiaModa 2016 has come to an end. I’d like to go through my last day and reflect on it a little.
As I said earlier, it was my return to the runway after having my princess Zoe. I started with swimsuits in the first show of the day. Entreaguas was the firm for which I modeled and I’ll share my favorite designs with you below…
Noisé’s proposal consisted in finding the balance between the hardness and softness of materials… Wild and sensual, but also flirty and delicate… Very interesting…
Arata: synonym of femininity.
Bastardo marked its creative proposal with leather and prints. With a dark color palette and a femme fatale flair, the brand managed to interpret strong and willful women.
Both spotless, but total opposites. Fucsia has a difficult decision to make…
The Modo Rosa show was very moving. Several designers came together one more year to fight for the early detection of breast cancer. Pura choose me and thanks to her I could contribute my two cents to this cause that’s so troubling.
Ann Chery: yes, they’re body shapers and yes, at a ColombiaModa show. Super fashionable body shapers. Yes, it’s fashion. I was surprised by their show and I loved being in it.
Agua Bendita: One of the most anticipated shows because of the participation of the campaign’s new face: Ariadna Gutierrez. Vivid colors and textures that bring the wild to life with an impeccable production. A spectacular collection!
David Alfonso from Erikó, is giving everyone something to talk about… he’s so good. I always say that if you’re in this world it’s good to be talked about, whether it’s good or bad… Designers (worldwide) repeat patterns, silhouettes or forms … It’s all invented. Fashion comes and goes.
As I always try to emphasize the positive, I loved his palette, it was the most diverse show from a visual standpoint. I also liked his bet on male skirts, which hadn’t been seen in this country.
El trabajo de Renata Lozano brilló a un nivel extraordinario en los cortes y en la confección.
Cóctel de tejidos, siluetas nuevas e iniciativas vanguardistas. Totalmente enamorada.
My conclusion… my reflection…
I thought the event needed more designers and that it had too many brands … I also felt that an international guest was missing…
It should have had a best designer and best model award… (it would be great to have them!)
I loved to discover and learn new things at the knowledge pavilion.
I fell in love with the Inexmoda team because of their expertise and professionalism and with the people of the agency that is currently representing me, Informa Models.
I learned so much and I lived a wonderful experience with the art I’m the most passionate about.
[Photos by Carolina Osejo]