By Dan Koday | 05/20/2013 - 16:35
Costume designer and celeb stylist Eric Daman isn't any stranger to glamour; after all, he's the guy responsible for the gorgeous gowns you saw week-after-week on Gossip Girl. Currently, he's making 1980s Connecticut mall girls chic on The CW's new hit show The Carrie Diaries and also acting as brand ambassador at one of our favorite designer discount shops, Century 21.
By Samantha Leal | 02/21/2013 - 14:03
Eva Mendes isn't the only one with an eye on affordable fashion! The actress is just the latest to join the celebrities and designers bringing fashion to the masses. Here's a look at the affordable lines by big Latino names.
By Verky Arcos | 02/13/2013 - 12:52
The Mexican up-and-coming designer Rolando Santana is known for his feminine silhouettes in muted colors like grey, black, and ivory, but in his newest collection he showed off a completely different take.
Deviating from his signature colors, the designer chose deep colors like aubergine and true navy blue for his creations, with bright bolts of electric blue, royal purple, and tangerine.
By Verky Arcos | 02/13/2013 - 10:14
Anyone that's celebrating their 30 year anniversary in business has to be doing something right. And that person is leading fashion and fur designer, Dennis Basso, who presented his F/W '13 collection. The collection was inspired by iconic American women in fashion who had a strong sense of style.
By Yanira Garza | 02/12/2013 - 18:37
What do Sofia Vergara, Naya Rivera and Beyonce have in common? A mutual love for Donna Karan's red carpet gowns. Wouldn't you love to look like one of your favorite A-listers at your next quinceañera or big event?
By Yanira Garza | 02/11/2013 - 23:39
If you ever wanted to be one of the cool kids, then Saturday night at The Highline Room at The Standard Hotel in NYC was your check-in point. To the tunes of DJ Chelsea Leyland and notable guest, rapper Vinny Cha$e, accessory designer Alejandro Ingelmo debuted his Fall/Winter 2013 collection to a full room - so full that Latina couldn't even get a chance to speak to the Cuban-American!
By Yanira Garza | 02/11/2013 - 23:31
Always the hit maker, Tracy Reese, knocked it out of the tents again this season. With so many people anxiously waiting for the show to start, seats were dwindling and mine was taken. As I was almost struck down by sadness, the PR team moved this Latina to the front row seconds before the show started.
The next few minutes were so intense that I found myself picking up my jaw look after look. While a lot of other designers went the moody route, Tracy Reese sent bold, raw sophistication down the runway.
By Yanira Garza | 02/11/2013 - 23:14
Zac Posen is a man of vision, so it was interesting to hear that he didn't quite see the vision of John Frieda Global Creative Consultant, Luigi Murenu, when he described his plans to crimp the hair for Posen's Fall 2013 runway collection. Assured by Luigi of this look, it ended up being one of the best this season, easily.
By Yanira Garza | 02/11/2013 - 21:42
This season, Custo Barcelona's collection was inspired by Beauty & The Beast. Though not the Disney rendition, the famed Spanish designer's focus was sexy and full of fluidity, aka the beauty. Yet, it also had a hardness of sorts, the beast. We saw a collection full of textures, short dresses and winter coats with intricate sleeve details, sporty sweatshirts with feminine design details that were all complimented with a hair look created by Duffy for Oribe.
By Nicole Forbis | 02/11/2013 - 14:53
Kenneth Cole celebrated their 30th Anniversary with a return to the runway after a 7 year hiatus with a brilliantly themed event, "Social Netwalking", focusing on the drastically evolved world we now live in populated by smart phones and social networking sites. This brave new world, with its instant gratification via live tweets and pictures via Instagram and Facebook, has transcended the fashion industry since Kenneth Cole's last runway show nearly a decade ago.