Stunning fashion creations to covet & creative Canadian peoples to know. Known for its fine sand beaches and busy calendar of events, the friendly town of Alma http://tourismealma.com/en/, offer to you historic and gourmet discoveries, made through attractions, boutiques and restaurants. Here you can discover À l’Orée des Champs http://www.aloreedeschamps.com/, an unforgettable country-style dining, establishment located in a wooden building …Read More »
Clothes mean nothing, until someone lives in them. Overflowing with architectural treasures, New York that never sleeps is easily one of the most exciting places to visit. You are looking for cool and unusual hotels? Located two stops from Midtown Manhattan, this 4-star boutique hotel started life as a paper factory. The Paper Factory https://www.paperfactoryhotel.com/, it was open in 2013, …Read More »
Lingerie and executive bodysuits, with luxurious and high quality fabrics. Inspired by the European chemise, its colonial-style blouse, has been widely adopted in indigenous areas. The “huipil” is a sleeveless tunic. In native setting, their generously ruffled skirts are known as “Tehuana” https://www.vam.ac.uk/articles/traditional-mexican-dress. Mexico is famous for its love of all things bright, and that is the nation’s signature style …Read More »
FABRICS AND EMBROIDERY OF A PERUVIAN DESIGNER OF HAUTE COUTURE – Ani Álvarez Calderón: When gratitude is a way of life.
When clothing uses sun, earth and condors to enhance female beauty. Their spring clothing offers both ventilated silhouettes and impeccably tailored layers (from Peruvian pima cotton and soft and light alpaca). Visit a Peruvian Connection store near you https://www.peruvianconnection.com/category/stores.do, for take a look at their latest collection. Ecological clothing in Lima? If you want to support local producers, go to …Read More »
WHEN FASHION DRESS THE EMPTY QUARTER OF A CONTINENT – Karen Daher: A new fashion, where rural women wear a rebozo.
Not only wear loose bombachas and neckerchief. One of Paraguay’s most traditional crafts is the ñandutí (spider web, in the indigenous language Guaraní). Laces and embroidery occupy a big part of its dress culture. The style of dress is formal. Women wear a traditional shawl (a rebozo) and female’s skirt is usually made from ñandutí (a lovely lace), but traditional …Read More »
The next green fashion talent. They are pushing forward dynamic concepts outside of industry hubs. Young creatives in Buenos Aires, continue to churn out impressive collections through the same progressive lenses as vanguard design darlings.Yes, Argentina have become a hotbed of radical fashion talent brands, including NOUS ETUDIONS (a vanguard design with South American soul), a trailblazer when it comes …Read More »
To get some nice fun in the sun, on a beach away from your sadness. The most beautiful seaside resort in South America? Famous people (such as the singer Shakira), here they are at home, because the place has become a real South American “Saint Tropez”. Discovered recently by cha loves the beautiful sea, Punta Del Este, https://www.welcomeuruguay.com/puntadeleste/index_i.html, has confirmed …Read More »
Cultural changes, inspired by ethical and sustainable design. Such as Barrio Italia and beyond, if you are between fashion friends planning, a trip to Santiago is full of stores in neighbourhoods. Chilean designers, also with many fresh up-and-coming designers, continue to reach great creative heights. Thanks to strong European roots, Chilean fashion industry is among the best in Latin America. …Read More »
YOU HAVE EXCELLENT REASON TO GO IN PORTUGAL – Claus Porto: Colonies and collectible soaps, with fantastic shops in Porto and Lisbon.
A perfect gift for anyone. A visit to the Port wine cellars is a mandatory activity during any trip to Porto, because is the city where the wine ages and is shipped from to all over the world. It is a sweet, red wine, often served as a dessert wine. Known as vinho do Porto https://www.tasteporto.com/port-wine-cellars-you-cant-miss-in-porto/ , is a wine …Read More »
Buy less choose well. Currently it is Calle Echegaray, but when Enrique Loewe Roessberg had opened a leather shop, the name of that street was different: Calle Del Lobo. Later LOEWE had opened a shop in Calle Del Príncipe, for the sale of leather products. Visiting Madrid, you can enter the Calle Gran via number 8 https://www.loewe.com/eur/en/home, where you will …Read More »