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MBFWSV: Mónica Arguedas


Mónica Arguedas conoce a sus clientas y diseña para ellas. Desde el momento en que la primera modelo pisó la pasarela, el estilo característico de la diseñadora se hizo notar. Inspirada en Cuba, la isla que ha acaparado la atención de la moda internacional, la colección destiló elegancia y sensualidad. La sensación de playa estuvo marcada especialmente por los cabellos mojados de las modelos. 

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MBFWSV: Mónica Arguedas

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El cierre de MBFWSV estuvo a cargo de Mónica Arguedas. La colección que la diseñadora nos presentó fue una llena de glamour y vida. A los típicos cortes sirena, vuelos y escotes de espalda, tan propios de la marca, se añadieron las exageradas mangas campana, un detalle que cautivó al público.

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One of my closest friends got married a few weeks back. I don’t own many gowns, so for this very special occasion I decided to invest in one that would be as unique as possible. I have become very fond of national designers, and last November when I attended MBFDays El Salvador, I spotted the dress that I wanted to wear on such an exceptional night. This Monica Arguedas seemed ideal for two reasons: it was different than what everyone was wearing out here, and the fact that it was a two piece look made it versatile and perfect for wearing to multiple events – a great investment! For the wedding, I actually wore it with a low bun to show off its beautiful back. I hope you like it!

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MBFWSV: Wrapping it up!

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Summer Dream by Almacenes Simán

It was a long, arduous run to Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, but looking back now, with a glass of perspective, it was really all worth it. The Salvadoran fashion industry became the center of attention in a way that it had never been before.

All of the shows were up to Mercedes Benz standards, and each one of them gave us a little something to relish on. The international ones: Guishem, Glaudi, Maria’s Bag, and Maison Escarlata showed us a bit of what our industry should aspire to be. Almacenes Simán took us in a journey to their own Summer Dream, where fashion and beauty bond perfectly. Andrea Ayala, Monica Arguedas, and AGR Jewellery proved us that there is a lot of potential in our tiny country. And the students gave us the crazy more creative twist that proves that fashion is also an art form.

Out of the six main collections presented, I would like to pin point two: Andrea Ayala and Monica Arguedas (mainly because they have been a part of Fashion Week El Salvador for a while now). It is no surprise that I liked Andrea Ayala’s designs, but this time, it was different, she blew my mind. The collection felt grown, filled with elegance, beauty, and sophistication. Inspired by the changing colours of the sunset, Andrea Ayala presented us with ethereal pieces that I’m sure many of us can’t wait to get our hands on.

On day 3 of MBFWSV, we were amazed by Monica Arguedas’s collection: 2.17. It was memorable. I have seen a couple of collections by the designer before, but I was yet to be impressed. However, that night, was HER night. Down the runway came a beautiful display of colours, prints, and textures. The design was inspiring; the execution, flawless; and the hair and make-up were on point. Every detail was taken care off, and the final result was a strong and chic collection.

I leave you with a few images of MBFWSV 2015. x

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It is crazy exciting what will happen this week! For the first time ever, and after a very long wait, thousands of rumours and expectations, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week will take place in El Salvador. We are talking about a GIANORMOUS deal for the fashion industry in my country. There has been so much buzz surrounding the event that one can’t help but feel nervously thrilled about it all. It is, without a doubt, the Salvadoran fashion event of the year. Along with the national people of the industry, international brands, designers, fashion ambassadors and important figures will also be a part of it. It will all begin with a very special cocktail, that will also showcase the collections of two great Guatemalan accessories’s designers: Maria’s Bag & Maison Escarlata. The next three days will be fully devoted to fashion runways, including well established designers as well as new & upcoming ones. 

The curtains will rise, the cameras will flash, and our beloved, young fashion industry, will be placed under the spotlight. However, I’m sure that what we’ll see will be worth the while and will prove that El Salvador is one of the leading countries in Central America in terms of fashion. Cheers to that!

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