Want to Attend Desigual's New York Fashion Week Show? We're Giving Away 2 Tickets!

New York Fashion Week is a little over a week away and while we're buried under a pile of invites and backstage beauty schedules, we wanted to take a moment to invite you to one of our favorite shows — Desigual! That's right, we're sending one lucky Latina reader and a friend to the tents at Lincoln Center to feel like an editor amidst the craziness that is NYFW.

For the Spanish brand's Spring/Summer 2015 show, Desigual and designer Christian Lacroix were inspired by nature’s flora and fauna, saying: "A cool Mediterranean spirit is combined with South American motifs; classic English garden blooms meet the Iberian Peninsula’s landscape and a western countryside is influenced by sweeping European geometry." Well, judging from these impressive sneak peek sketches, it looks like we're in for one major show!

They continued to say: "The collection celebrates the season’s warm weather with daisies in bloom, desert roses, tropical hibiscus and Mexican dahlias and each piece is lush with poppy red, saffron or teal, creating looks that are reminiscent of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon or the underwater vegetation of Atlantis."

To enter to win, all you have to do is Instagram your favorite Desigual piece (or item you're currently coveting) with the hashtag #LatinaLovesDesigual before Monday, September 1, 2014. One winner and a guest will then be selected to attend the show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Buena suerte!

NOTE: Travel is not provided to New York City.

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Kelli Acciardo,

Kelli Acciardo is a style writer and makeup artist living in New York City. Obsessions include: huevos rancheros, Chanel eye shadow, spicy margs, puppies with attitude, and a great blowout. Her favorite Latina is obviously Jennifer Lopez, but hottie Naya Rivera is her #1 pick for one to watch these days. Past jobs include Deputy Editor at OKMagazine.com and Beauty and Fashion Editor at Seventeen.com.

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