The November issue of Vogue Mexico came with a couple of surprises, first the Vogue Hombre F/W 2012 issue then a special edition issue dedicated to the one an only Frida Kahlo. In this VERY well done magazine they explained step by step how her art and way of living influenced her personal style. Then the reader is taken into this time travel experience where photographs, paintings and poems make the essence of Frida come to live.
This special edition of Vogue Mexico (with the iconic cover of Frida Kahlo for Vogue Paris shot by Nickolas Muray,1939) is just the intro to an exhibition called ”Los Vestidos de Frida Kahlo” (The dresses of Frida Kahlo). The first exhibition in the world that shows the entire closet of the Artist. This exhibition is taken place at La Casa Azul, Frida Kahlo’s old residence in Coyoacan, Mexico City.
The exhibition opened last night and a side from showing her garments, visitors will also be able to see Haute Couture garments from Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci and Jean-Paul Gaultier, among others.
Androgyny is taken to the next level for menswear by the eye of designer Hedi Slimane and the interpretational skills of model Saskia de Brauw for the SS13 Yves Saint Laurent menswear ad campaign. With a punk rock / mod influence we are able to see how the boundaries of sexuality have reached a new level, giving men a softer and slimmer look with a tough attitude.
An other interesting fact about this collection is that all items will be available for both men and women, making this the first unisex collection of YSL. The entire campaign was also shot “all natural”, which means no make up was used on the model giving her a rough look.
After living in Los Angeles for two years by myself and focusing 100% on school I decided it was time to take a small break and get away from everything to clear my mind. So I decided to come to Mexico for the winter holidays and enjoy my mom
chilling with my bff
my hood lol
Baby Dior for baby Ivann <3
view from my room with the lovely fog that welcomed me