The Met Gala is back. In the fashion world its like the super bowl of fashion! This year's theme was an extension of the theme in September America a Fashion Anthology. This years theme was the Gilded Age.
Ciao! Or should I say bonjour! I binged the new season of Emily in Paris in about a day. I love the show, the fashion and pretty much want to live Emily's life. I know the show gets a lot of hate because it's not entirely accurate about what it's like to live in Paris, … Continue reading Emily in Paris Inspired Looks
seems like we are losing many great names in fashion. First Andre Leon Talley and only a few days later Thierry Mugler. Thierry Mugler was a revolutionary French fashion designer known for bringing extravagant, over-the-top looks and power dressing during the 1980s
A couple of weeks ago, the fashion world lost one of its significant icons, Andre Leon Talley. Talley was most famously known as the larger-than-life editor at Vogue, a trailblazer and trendsetter in the fashion industry for those who may not know who he was. He was a significant inspiration for me, so I decided to dedicate a blog post detailing his life
Ciao! For one of my fashion classes I had to create an editorial inspired by art. Since I have moved to Miami and taken this Art History class I have gained an appreciation for Frida Khalo. I love her art as well as an artist. Frida was an activist as well as a feminist and often projected her emotions and political l views through her paintings. I created an "editorial" inspired by both her art and her personal style. S
Ciao! While I was in NYC over the Holiday I was able to rummage through my closets and take some photos (even though it was freezing!) Black and white is a classic look. It’s chic and stylish and always works. You can always add a pop of color in an accessory to make it stand out. That is what I decided to do in this post. Below are my updated black and white looks with pops of color.
Its Spooky Season! With Halloween just ten days away I decided to post some looks inspired by spooky characters from some of my favorite Halloween movies.
Ciao! Or I should I say hola! Happy Latinx Heritage Month! Although I celebrate my culture all year round, this month I am extra about it. Living in Miami I have definitely been able to celebrate my Latina culture and practice my Spanish. When I volunteered in Puerto Rico I was also very inspired my the architecture of old san Juan, the vibrant colors and the fashion. I bought some clothing there, as well as Spanish inspired accessories in Miami from independent businesses, that I have been able to combine with my own wardrobe. I decided to create a post celebrating my culture with Spanish and Puerto Rican inspired looks.
Hola! It's Latinx heritage month; for some reason, it's from September 15 to October 15. Weird dates aside, I celebrate my Puerto Rican culture all year round, just with a little more emphasis this month. No matter your culture, it's always essential to learn about our culture and history. Even if you are not part of the Latinx community or just love In the Heights, I have put together a list of Latinx-owned businesses to support. Next time you shop for something, maybe think of these brands first!
The pandemic has changed a lot in fashion. The Met Gala, considered the super bowl of fashion, was canceled last year and I can say I was not the only one who was disappointed. Every year, I am always glued to my TV watching the red carpet on E! to see what the celebrities are … Continue reading VMAs Vs. Met Gala: My Favorite Looks