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Latino Fashion Week 2018

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I hope you all are doing great! Thanks for reading . Today, I want to talk to you all about the ASTONISHING Finale Show that was presented by Latino Fashion Week 2018. I can not tell you enough that they went above and beyond. With this being my third year in attendance, I can truly say that they've done nothing but improve year over year. A Huge Thank you to them for allowing me to attend alongside Miss Lovely Arielle!

I don't even know where to begin. Let's talk about the amount of diversity they had amongst the models. I loved it! I saw models ranging practically from the palest of white to the darkest of black, and of course many shades of Morenito in between. Also, I noticed that there was a nice range of body shapes which was appreciated. I feel that this diversity only added to the way that the variety of clothing styles were presented.

I got a chance to see so many visually intriguing pieces from midieval inspired pantsuits and bright pink tassled gowns to copper coated dresses and animated prints on swimwear. While I had so many outfits that appealed to me, as you can see from my photos below, my favorite designer was definitely the final act, Panni Margot, as pictured second below. Those designs were bone chilling with the almost gothic color schemes and themes of despair and sorrow contrasted with flowing, free formed cuts and sparkling jewel encrested mussles. I can not wait to see more!

To see more of the designs, models and staff of Latino Fashion Week, check out their Instagram page. 


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