Mexico's Next Top Model Gala
The Mexican fashion industry is full of talent and just needs a little push to win global attention.
In other words it needs to be revamped, not only with Mexican designer, but with models, stylists, photographers and makeup artists in pursuit of the same dream, just like in the 80's & 90's when we even had our own top models.
And speaking of that, last Thursday I was fortunate to go to the Mexico's Next Top Model Gala which was held on the premises of the Reforma newspaper in Mexico City, where the 4th season of the show was launched.
JI +B presented a beautiful collection called "Sangre Azul" or Blue Blood inspired by the roccoco style.
All models were from Queta Rojas and we could even see last year's winner Sahily Cordoba opening the runway coordinated by the judge Antonio González de Cosío.
It was expected that great personalities from the industry attended to an event of this magnitude.
Fernando Toledo, fashion editor from the newspaper was there to welcome everybody.
Models of yesteryear, the makeup artist Eduardo Gaset with his great career, the judges stylist Juan Pablo Martínez, Hector de Anda who was chief editor of Vogue Mexico and fashion coordinator Leonardo Franco were among the guests.
My look of the day...