Finally on April1st the 15th edition of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week México starts. A great number of Mexican and Latin American designers are going to present their collections for fall and winter 2014/15 at this year’s most important fashion event.

Mexico is a country rich in culture and history. The richness of culture and the warmth of its people are reflected in the traditional Mexican clothing by the natives. Although their clothing has gone through many stages of development, its beauty and glory for which it’s admired for never faded.

In the past, the creations of Mexican designers were described as copies and imitations of big European companies by the international fashion industry. However México is growing over the border in terms of fashion now. This country starts to set trends instead of copying them. Fashion is a great opportunity to present innovations and talents and a great mean of communication for a country.

Mexico has become a part of the international fashion industry and has a bright future ahead.

The Fashion Week is going to takes place from 4-1 to 4-4, there is definitely something for every taste. You can see minimalism at the show of Lorena Saravia among others on April 3rd at 10 pm (last 2 images). For those who like to dress themselves in a feminine and minimalist way or just love to look at beautiful dresses, should not miss Julia y Renata’s show on the first evening (first two images).

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In my opinion the absolute highlight of the Fashion Week is the designer-duo MALAFACHA. Their creative and spectacular collection may not suit every taste, but it’s definitely worth seeing!! You can take a look at their collection for fall and winter 2014/15 on the last evening, on 4 April at 8pm.

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We look forward to the upcoming event and are pleased to witness how Mexico develops in term of fashion and becomes increasingly popular internationally. We especially want to see which innovations Mexico offers and which trends were set for fall and winter 2014/15.