Posts tagged fashion blogger Costa Rica
Is Print Dead?

I’ve found myself caressing the paper of the book I am reading, inhaling the “new book” smell right off the inked pages. Maybe I am weird. Maybe there is a market for aromatized Kindles, but there is something about print that I do not get online

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KCFW-S/S '18

What are fashion shows all about? Is it the excitement that you feel when a model comes out wearing something fabulous, the anticipation for what will come out next, the desire to own those garments? I think it goes beyond deciding if what you are looking at is something that you would wear or not.

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Nelson Atkins Fashion Show

Auro has been backstage several times, one time as a model for her own design. After the event she would tell me how it went, what she liked, and other details.  I've never stopped to think about photographing the sweet mayhem that takes place before a show. So when I went to the backstage of the Nelson-Atkins Fashion Show I kept asking myself: Now what? What do I shoot? Do I need to ask for permission? I hope I don’t get in the way of anybody or trip over a cable or something; so yes I was a bit nervous.

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MBFWSJ - Saturday 30th

Saturday was the busiest day and because of all of the work that we had in backstage, I wasn’t able to take pictures of everything that was going on. However, I want to tell you more about what we do before a fashion show and share pictures of Alfredo Martinez’s fitting, believe me, you’ll love his collection.

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MBFWSJ - Friday 29th

Another day went by at the MBFWSJ and the design proposals were spectacular. The fashion show began with Bryan Cecas designs. His collection in neutral tones and elastic materials adjusted well to the body creating unexpected forms, while his accessories (bracelets and ear cuffs) gave his proposal a conceptual and futuristic touch. 

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La Musa: First Issue

I found “La Musa” on Facebook and was immediately captivated by the color and originality of the accessories. I would classify them as “statement jewelry”, where the most important part of the attire is the accessory itself, which is attention-grabbing from blocks away.

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