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News: Latino American in fashion

Updated: Apr 6

On October 15, 2022, Latin Fashion Week presents "Latino American in fashion" in honor of Hispanic heritage month taking over the nation's capital, Washington, DC.


Washington DC, United States

Latin Fashion Week

October 6, 2022,


On October 15, 2022, Latin Fashion Week presents "Latino American in fashion" in honor of Hispanic heritage month taking over the nation's capital, Washington, DC.

October 15, 2022, Latin Fashion Week will close the Hispanic heritage month with a fashion parade in Washington DC, presenting five fashion designers from South America and the Caribbean, which cannot be missing as great exponents of Latin American design.

Five rising fashion designers: Carlos Sierra from Venezuela with the brand that bears his name and mixes haute couture designs for Men, Women, and Children. Carlos’s Aguas collection uses recycling techniques and laser sublimation in fabrics to reduce the levels of toxic waste for our habitat.

Mexico is represented by Karina Rivera of Maria Rufina Bags and is based on origami figures that combine design and modernity. As well as Beumaris Eilean Santillán, of Eilean Brand, stands out for creating organic garments oriented towards sustainability.

The Dominican Republic is represented by Carolina Almonte, who presents the new collection of her brand, whose purpose is to dress the modern and bold woman in an elegant, promoting the Slow-Fashion concept.

Representing Colombia and Ecuador, Juliana Rodriguez and Maria Salazar, mother, and daughter, with their Alcatraz Swimwear brand, will make attendees dream of a sunset on the beach.

From Costa Rica, designer Nicole Madriz's SelfMade clothing brand will show us. A fantastic collection based on natural and environmentally friendly processes as a standard in her fabric treatments.

To continue the celebration in honor of Hispanic heritage month, Antwoin, “Chef Fresh” Gutierrez Honduras descendant, will Delight the attendees with his famous cupcakes.

Latin Fashion continues to create pride and showcase the best Latin fashion designers, brands, and artists.

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About: Latin Fashion Week is a registered trademark of Sobeidy Vidal, with more than 13 years of experience in the Fashion and retail market in the United States and Latin America. A recent held in New York, Washington DC, Dallas, and Torreón– Mexico, in addition to alliances with different Events in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean, to facilitate fashion brand distributions. https://www.latinfashionweek.com

In 2009, Latin Fashion Week was born from the dream of its founder and current president, Sobeidy Vidal, an entrepreneur passionate about Fashion and the textile industry, with a single mission to promote more Latinos in the American fashion industry. Sobeidy has accompanied and guided Spanish-speaking designers so that they have brand exposure through the LatinFW platform. The main objective of Latin Fashion Week is to create commercial alliances that allow the expansion and sales of those who participate in the different events, both within the United States United and allied countries.

The designers participating in Latin Fashion Week have taken their designs to the highest level, dressing celebrities in events such as the Oscar suite, Latin Grammy, and MTV awards, among others.

Latin Fashion Week is a strategic partner of ProModa, which promotes and encourages. It accelerates opportunities in the fashion industry, welcoming designers, models, photographers, makeup and hair artists, sponsors, and brands that align with a yearly commitment to extolling Latino heritage, roots, and traditions.


Media Contacts:


Company Name: Latin Fashion Week

Full Name: Karina Lariza

Phone: 1-202-559-8659

Email Address: pr@latinfashionweek.coml

Website: https://www.latinfashionweek.com



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