Because of his shrewd negotiating techniques, Deco Drive is contractually obligated to give Alex Miranda first dibs on all and any tales. Alex actually wished this one. A contemporary convergence of artwork and vogue in Doral. I heard he fought passionately for this story, even made just a few folks within the Deco office cry.
Move over New York and Milan, and transfer over Lynn and Shireen, the City of Doral is prepared to tackle the style and artwork worlds. Their annual Fashion Art and Design occasion is again, and Deco received a entrance row seat to all of it.
Art is in fashion at CityPlace Doral.
Mauro Olivieri: “Fashion Art Design is a weeklong event in the City of Doral, and it’s being kicked off by the fashion show and the pop-up art exhibits at CityPlace Doral.”
Look carefully. The clothes on the runway isn’t what you’d think about.
Mauro Olivieri: “There’s six total designers at this fashion show. Some of the pieces are actually made by different materials, plastics, straw, things that you would not typically see in a runway.”
Forget cloth, Celia Ledón’s designs are sustainable.
Celia Ledón: “It’s going to be all about avante garde and industrial materials.”
The designer confirmed off her creativity final year, and she or he’s prepared to deliver it once more.
Celia Ledón: “I’m presenting two pieces. One of them is made out of place mats, and the other is made out of plastic pipes.”
From fashions in actual life to ones in cyber area, avatar fashionistas are a factor, thanks to Karina Ochoa de Baker’s 3D designs.
Karina Ochoa de Baker: “I do digital fashion, which means that I use technology to assist the process of designing and creating my garments. Either they are going to live in the real world or they’re going to stay in the digital environment.”
Her digital designs are half vogue, half film and can be proven on screens at CityPlace.
Karina Ochoa de Baker: “This fashion film was created 100 percent digitally. All the models don’t exist in real life. All garments are only digital garments.”
Off the rack is now from the Metaverse.
Karina Ochoa de Baker: “The garments I’m showing are ready to wear. They are inspired by street wear, and they are for men and women.”
Fashion Art Design is that this Thursday.
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