When I got to the oven 3 after two days of excellent proposals it had very high expectations since the third and final day of MF it promised great things. Shortly after 14:30 hrs. Diana Kawas open day with its brand Hynotiq, which presented us with a timeless collection with very spring swimsuits combined with an environment that could not tell if it was Arab or Indian, there is no doubt that the proposal of Diana could be better.
To continue the graduates of the Instituto di Moda Burgo by Loren completo presented their collections inspired by Mexico, clothes mostly dresses, fabrics such as satin, silk and taffeta, let see a cheerful Mexico in their designs.
Now we turn to Kharla Barragan and brand Molkajete, who with a mixture of very Mexican flavors and the rite of cumbia and conga, brings his style different and unique, listed by herself as Urban folklore. Your clothes are striking and very Mexican, give it a touch of chic crafts, jackets, sweaters, baggy pants and a few very flirty hats was the proposal of the zacatecana.
Mark Oman designed by Veronica Castillejos left us wanting more, a very simple collection and without thread with items that can be found in countless places, simply it failed to improve his previous participation, where from textiles to the cuts were innovative.
Once more the closing of MF ran out April Cervera, Wed.Haus, who adorned the night with a line of dresses inspired by the mother country, Haute Couture Designer of the prestigious House was allowed to see the runway, elegance is what defines the style of Wed.Haus, leaving us to see a lot of craft work.
After three intense days was time to close the event, Gary Salinas, Director General de Monterrey Fashion, presented awards to the best makeup, hairstyle of the event proposals, delivered to Raúl Osuna and April Cervera respectively, as well as the best models Cynthia de la Vega and Andrés García. For its part the IMB recognized Mónica Arreola as the best new talent.
Gary says that you for the next edition, scheduled for the first days of September ‘ 09, they expect to present 24 marks in 4 days of fashion shows and that so far 85% of designers who participated in this second MF are already confirmed for September where will present their collections for the spring-summer 2010 season…
Monterrey Fashion has definitely become a very important forum for fashion in Mexico and even though it has a long way to go I can safely say that have MF for some time.
Photo: Mora Miño
Photograph of Instituto Di Moda Burgo: Fabian Cavazos