New Fashion Styles Debut at Argentina Fashion Week
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Many of the world’s leading fashionistas are in Buenos Aires, Argentina for the 38th Annual BAAM-Argentina Fashion Week taking place this week. Fashion designers from around the world are on site to unveil their new autumn and winter design creations.
While you may not be in Argentina for the event, you can experience much of the glamour and excitement with a digital front-row seat on your smartphone by following it on social media. A good place to start is the Argentina Fashion Week official Twitter handle @ArgFashionWeek and the hashtags #BAAM and #ArgFashionWeek.
Also, be sure to check out the latest stylings of top-name Latina designers who will showcase throughout the week. The group of Latina designers is led by one of the world’s most well-known fashion names, Venezuelan-American Carolina Herrera. Her label, worn by Hollywood stars such as Sophia Vergara and Penelope Cruz, is known for setting a new standard of style and elegance.
Other Latina designers to keep an eye on who are displaying their newest designs are Susan Ortiz of Argentina, who began her career at age nine and has won numerous awards during her three-decade long career; Veronica De La Canal, considered to be a leading proponent of modern Argentinean design; Cuban-American Isabel Toledo, who dressed First Lady Michelle Obama for the first inauguration in 2009; and Mexican-American Alicia Estrada, creator of the popular Stop Staring! Collection.
Serious fashionistas can also download Fashion Freax Street Styles to keep up with the latest in the fashion world and the new Fashion Star Boutique app created by top fashion experts for fashion lovers to showcase their own personal style and flair.
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