Friday, April 24, 2015
Last week I was invited to attend a little party to celebrate Gala Gonzalez's collaboration with Tous. It was held at a beautiful restaurant called Casa Fran here in Mexico City and there were succulents and jewels everywhere. The atmosphere was great, the place was packed. The collection itself was lovely. The pieces were organic, nature inspired and right up my alley.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Alejandro's collection was all about big hair and slinky gowns. It was very feminine and the colour palette was lovely.
These ladies created asymmetrical looks to perfection. I loved the silky gowns under thick layers.
Lorena's collection was on of my favourites! It was modern, edgy and wearable. It was mostly monochrome with a fabulous pop of green. And the shoes...look at those shoes!
For the last day of Fashion Week I snuck into my husband's closet and paired his oversized blue shirt with my pencil skirt. And the clutch made an appearance again.
I had a blast during the Mexico's Fashion Week. Thanks again to the people at Colours for the invite. I'm preparing a little video to recap the shows, stay tuned!
Monday, April 20, 2015
This collection was girly and playful with a hint of the 70's. There was a play with colours and textures and amazing sunnies!
This collection was a breath of fresh air. It was very well structured and edited. It wasn't showy but it stood out. Loved the colour palette and those metallic shoes.
This collection started off with structured monochrome pieces with lovely hints of colour on the inside and then the collection flowed into colour and movement. By the end it was all about the flowy and the transparent.
The place was packed for their show and we felt we're in for something different even before the first model walked out. There were ruff collars, asymmetry and an elaborate choreography. It stood out from the rest.
I was running late on the third day and running low on outfit inspiration. I started with this scaled, siren skirt and paired it with a simple black shirt and black brogues. The clutch by the Mexican designer Lola Basso made all the difference.