From April 11 to April 16 we were at the catwalk’s board, we have seen the presentations of the collections of the participants at the fourth edition of Who’s On Next Mexico and we have selected 5 of them for you.
Amandina is born from the fusion of traditional craftsmanship and avant-garde vision of the two young designers Joana and Georgina; the creations of Amandina fully represent the art of filigree and metals.
The Amandina line 2016 is inspired by a modern, confident, and feminine woman with a sexy and edgy style. The new collection of jewellery is sophisticated, elegant and well cared for in every detail from the work of Mexican artisans.
Like the previous three seasons, including the 2016 summer collection is inspired by a colony of Ciudad México, El Pedregal, to continue to carry on the traditions of a folk thanks to the architecture and the fabric of each piece.
After winning the award for Best Designer of women’s fashion in 2015, the brand Armando Takeda also walked during Milan Fashion Week as one of the 10 finalists in a competition organized by IMG New York and DHL.
Floral fabrics, pastel colours and the whiteness are just some of the features that distinguish its new collection FW 2016/2017, which despite being a winter collection, conveys that sense of typical spring freshness.
Creating fashion garments starting from an architectural concept. The philosophy of the Franco-Mexican brand Cihuah, literally ‘women’ in Náhuatl language, is to seek innovation through the encounter of these two different yet complementary forms of art.
For the summer collection the architect and designer Vanessa Guckel leaves aside the typical, warm nuances of the season and presents a complete and elegant collection, dominated by contrasting shades of white and black, and touch of red.
The brand Cristina Ramella is characterized by its cosmopolitan essence, just like the Italian designers that gives it the name. Unlike other young talents seen in Who’s On Next Mexico, Cristina is not inspired by the tradition of a particular country, but creates earrings, necklaces and rings inspired by traditions of different countries.
Combining different styles and thus creating a sort of fashion atlas with her line of fine jewellery, this is the world of Cristina Ramella.