A look book in collaboration with Almacenes Simán, El Encanto Villas & Golf, Lakmé, Studio Make up, and Orly.
Les muestro uno de mis últimos look books en colaboración con Almacenes Simán, El Encanto Villas & Golf, Lakmé, Studio Make up y Orly.
When I am not blogging or PR-ing, I work as a freelance Fashion Stylist and content producer for the biggest national department store. I just recently worked on the production of a short look book and I really wanted to share it with you guys.
Whenever I work on an editorial, I try to transport whomever may see it to a specific scenario. I want my work to transmit a mood, or feel; to inspire people and let them dream. For this occasion, I got my inspiration from the colorful prints and bright summery accessories. A mexican style house was the perfect backdrop for the vivid outfits, imbuing the editorial with a lively vibe. I hope you guys like the...
I know, I know this post comes a bit late, but hey, better later than never! Award season has started. Back when I was living in London, as a fashion assistant to a celebrity stylist, I particularly remember this time of the year as one of the most hectic, nail-biting moments of them all. Now that I am on the other side of the lens, it all seems easier, more effortless, and definitely more glamorous. So with the tranquility of one who is only a spectator, but with the eye of one who is aware of what happens behind closed curtains, here are my top 5 looks from this year’s Golden Globes.
Let’s begin with Emily Ratajkowski. This Reem Acra look was perfection. The colour, the hair, the Hollywood glam, it was a flawlessly concocted attire. I am always searching for that one outfit that harmonizes sexiness and elegance, and to me, this was it. Allow me to say that it was Gold!
With all the Coachella vibes in the air, a boho look felt more than right. I love off-the-shoulder pieces and the flared sleeves on this top make it even more special. Pairing the blouse with shorts makes it perfect to beat the hot temperatures. To finish the look a gold backpack and a crown of flowers add the final boho details.
We are facing some very intense heat in El Salvador at the moment, and for weather like this I feel that the best option is to stay away from jeans, we all know how they tend to absorb the heat. So for the time being you most probably will not see me wearing anything other than breezy shorts, skirts and dresses. I hope you like this look, which is actually a bit more dressy, perfect for a night out.
I hope you all enjoyed the few days off. New York was a nice break for me, but coming back home to the warm weather is always a pleasant feeling. I haven’t been able to go to the beach for a while now, and I really feel like I could use a good tan. I have realized too that I don’t own much beachwear pieces, and so I’m definitely on the hunt. I found this dress to be not only pretty but comfortable as well.
It was a long, arduous run to Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, but looking back now, with a glass of perspective, it was really all worth it. The Salvadoran fashion industry became the center of attention in a way that it had never been before.
All of the shows were up to Mercedes Benz standards, and each one of them gave us a little something to relish on. The international ones: Guishem, Glaudi, Maria’s Bag, and Maison Escarlata showed us a bit of what our industry should aspire to be. Almacenes Simán took us in a journey to their own Summer Dream, where fashion and beauty bond perfectly. Andrea Ayala, Monica Arguedas, and AGR Jewellery proved us that there is a lot of potential in our tiny country. And the students gave us the crazy more creative twist that proves that fashion is also an art form.
Out of the six main collections presented, I would like to pin point two: Andrea Ayala and Monica Arguedas (mainly because they have been a part of Fashion Week El Salvador for a while now). It is no surprise that I liked Andrea Ayala’s designs, but this time, it was different, she blew my mind. The collection felt grown, filled with elegance, beauty, and sophistication. Inspired by the changing colours of the sunset, Andrea Ayala presented us with ethereal pieces that I’m sure many of us can’t wait to get our hands on.
On day 3 of MBFWSV, we were amazed by Monica Arguedas’s collection: 2.17. It was memorable. I have seen a couple of collections by the designer before, but I was yet to be impressed. However, that night, was HER night. Down the runway came a beautiful display of colours, prints, and textures. The design was inspiring; the execution, flawless; and the hair and make-up were on point. Every detail was taken care off, and the final result was a strong and chic collection.