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The reunion of fashion with the public, in Colombiamoda

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The first big moment came Monday night with an emotional catwalk that not only marked the return of in-person shows at the country's fashion events and allowed attendees to meet again, but reiterated how fashion goes beyond creating an outfit. On this occasion, four representatives of Latin American talent, hand in hand with the Avon Foundation for Women, unveiled their new collections in a parade that promoted a forceful cause: the rejection of gender violence The Colombian Diego Guarnizo was in charge of the opening, who presented 'Mira de nuevo', a story that talks about second chances. "It is a collection full of feelings, with a lot of heart, prints, butterflies, artisan power, Colombian strength in all instances... We want to carry an inspiring message and the power of women," said the designer. : Leather, Footwear and Leather Goods Fair returns in personIn addition to the artisan details that characterize Guarnizo, the collection, of 40 looks, had as its common thread graphic symbols of butterflies and moths and a palette of powdery colors, with a predominance of blues , oranges and pinks. There were also designs in tulle, pleats, tailoring and plush pieces, in easy-to-carry silhouettes with woven handbags and rings, filigree earrings and beaded ornaments. Then Ecuadorian designers Cindy Castro and Paulina Anda made way. , who came together with their clothing and footwear proposals. Castro's proposal was inspired by Latin American singers. To end this fashion segment, the Peruvian Annaiss Yucra, a leading designer for women's activism, presented her acclaimed collection 'Pachamama', inspired by the documentary Sembradoras de vida , the story of five women from the highlands of Peru who are dedicated to agriculture. “I am the third generation of indigenous women and artisans. My work symbolizes what I want for the girls of my country: to create a more inclusive, fairer society with more opportunities," the designer told EL TIEMPO. It may interest you: Colombiamoda 2021 and its catwalks with a social and sustainable sense

His proposal included knits, smart fabrics, jacquards and textile compost in deconstructed garments. The weaving work in pieces such as dresses and leggings stood out, as well as the electric pastel color palette and stamping. “I consider my clothes to be for any time you want to make a difference in the world. They are a combination of color and heritage”, commented Yucra. Last night the on-site fashion shows continued with the talent of 21 graduates of the Costume Design Faculty of the UPB. Among the participants were the brand Oropéndola, created by Carolina Vélez, which seeks to generate awareness with a unique product that expresses the cultural richness of Colombia, the value of what is handmade and the dignity of trades and people. Eliana Valencia, creator of Rosa Pistacho, a Colombian brand that praises the work of artisans, who weave the purest expression of cultural richness between colored threads, followed. The day ended with 'Flor de sal', the designer's collection Beatriz Camacho that pays homage to the Colombian salt flats, inspired by the poetry of nature. He showed 38 looks with prints on the alterations of salt and algae, asymmetrical silhouettes and illustrations of marine textures and sunset colors. "The color palette of the collection reflects the prisms of salt, creating the effect of a rainbow and coinciding with the colors of the Vivo V21 cell phone," they explain from the brand. Beatriz Camacho's love for nature was represented in textiles from natural fibers such as fresh silks and cottons. In addition, for this collection, the designer used digital printing, once again inviting a much more conscious consumption of natural resources. The agenda of face-to-face catwalks continues today with Manuela Álvarez and Arkitect and Adolfo Domínguez, while tomorrow, to close the event, will be the students of the University of Medellín, Carmen Nava, One Half and the designer Juan Pablo Socarrás.

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