Why you should read Nina Garcia’s books if you love fashion

If you are looking for styling advice then you must read one of these books When I first got interested in fashion I felt like a total outsider. I used to wear jeans and cowboy boots to college, whenever it was raining I pulled up my jeans up to my knees to keep them from … Continue reading Why you should read Nina Garcia’s books if you love fashion

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Balenciaga in Mexico

Comments of Cristobal Balenciaga's exposition in Mexico City

The art of fashion and clothing in Mexico – Part 2

One of the things I like the most about Mexico, is how full of history and culture it is, and you can see those easilythrough the typical clothing. The textiles, the embroderies, and the colors are bright and vivid, and they have been a source of inspiration for several designers, especially the last couple of … Continue reading The art of fashion and clothing in Mexico – Part 2

“Style is a matter of finding out who you are and who you want to be in the world” - Nina García

For the Fashionistas — In Search Of The Missing A

I love clothes, I love shopping. And I love reading about clothes too…. That is so weird I know,but even the description of a good scarf, an intricately styled heel even a beautiful pair of earrings is enough for me.(Mostly because I can’t afford to dress like I really want to😛 ) So anyways here’s […] … Continue reading For the Fashionistas — In Search Of The Missing A

The art of fashion and clothing in Mexico – Part 1

I had to run an errand at Mexico's City Downtown and luckily walked by a museum that was showing the history of mexican fashion. I have always think of fashion as a pattern, since it has the same elements that just keep evolving; sometimes transforming into new pieces, or like most of the times, they … Continue reading The art of fashion and clothing in Mexico – Part 1

Coco Chanel on Style

Top 10 Coco Channel quotes