Concluded the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Mexico in Puebla with the parade presented at the International Baroque Museum, celebrating XV years of spreading fashion, trends, design, creativity and new proposals.
This closure took place on the esplanade of the Museum where all sanitary measures were applied with the parade of designs by Julia and Renata.
In an interview with MILLENNIUM Puebla, Beatriz Calles, director of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Mexico, highlighted that in 2021 they celebrate XV consecutive years in supporting fashion, for this reason she stressed that the best way to enjoy fashion is for it to be taken to the interior of the Republic.
Shared that the first stop was in Monterrey and the second in Puebla, which he emphasized has been a long-awaited event, so since last Friday it began, it has been one of the best experiences.
“We are very grateful not only to the city, but to citizens, because they opened the doors to professional talent and we hope to return in 2022 with our parade and that the people of Puebla enjoy it,” said the director.
He also commented that Puebla has two outstanding universities in fashion design, however it is a city that needs more fashion events, because when this challenge is carried out, people are eager to see the parades.
Given this, pointed out that you have to give more strength to the subject and consume what Mexican designers propose, because it is not only to do a parade, but to show the proposals so that they are sold and bought by people.
He added that poblanos can help the Mexican economy with the purchase of the designs that were proposed in the different parades that took place during the weekend, which are already online.
In the Mercedes- Benz Fashion Week Mexico The new collections of the Mexican creatives, Montserrat Messeguer, Denisse Kuri, Julia and Renata were presented at the headquarters of the Museo de Arte Popular de Puebla, Regional de Cholula and El Internacional Barroco and the following venues are Mérida, Mexico City and Xcaret a end of 2021.