Meet the 15 new promising Mexican designers
In each season, the celebration of Fashion Week is an opportunity to meet the designers who will set the standard for the future. They are called new designers, not because they have only been in the fashion business for a short time, but because they are being discovered at these events.
Mexico is no exception, and here, thanks to the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Mexico, the talent of these excellent designers is shown and recognized. Serving as a platform for their future in their journey in the fashion world and their effort to highlight local confection and the country’s reputation in this field.
So, let´s meet the new 15 Mexican designers, who, with their creativity, ingenuity, and talent, will conquer the hearts of fashionistas.
Meet the 15 new Mexican designers
This designer was born in Mexico City and studied at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Moda “Casa de Francia” in Mexico City. During his schooling, he developed a unique and charming style that allowed him to visualize, capture and create his personality in each of its designs.
His beginnings were making “ready to wear” clothes for women. This gave him great experience in knowing the fashion world. And the materials and textures to perfect his technique and succeed in his creations.
At the age of 22, exactly in 2008, he received the award for new Mexican talent from ELLE magazine. This made him appear for the first time at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Mexico that year.
His designs are characterized by being proposals full of color and sophistication with an eye on free, feminine, and confident women.
Francisco Cancino, originally from Chiapas, Fidela, creates from a natural, effortless style.
All through the use of artisanal techniques that tend to make the garments timeless, inspired by minimalism and nature, moving away from fast fashion.
Alexandra de Coss
This designer has a contemporary brand, mixing ancient techniques with current technology. With this mix, she makes jewelry pieces and garments classified as “ready to wear,” taking care that their production is from sustainable textiles.
All in addition to imposing her own touch with handmade details, working together with artisans and tailors, combining lingerie, knitwear, and the patchwork trend. And, above all, avoiding mass production.
This designer, originally from Guadalajara, has fashion and design in his blood since his sister is also a designer and has been involved in this medium since she was a child.
Martínez is one of the main representatives of contemporary fashion in Mexico, and his designs are characterized by emanating elegance, empowerment, and femininity.
In addition to having artisanal touches in their manufacturing process, using quality materials.
This brand, which has been in force since 2009, mixes vintage elements with a romantic style that includes handcrafted embroidery, striking prints, and textile designs.
All for the sake of exalting the beauty of the woman who wears these designs.
Originally from Monterrey and founded in 2014, this women’s brand with ready-to-wear garments mixes the eclectic style with the romantic.
Thus, finding many garments with transparencies. And also finding affordable prices for all without neglecting the responsible aspect of making clothes.
She already has 10 years of experience on her way as a designer, and her garments seek to offer an option to women.
So that when dressing, they feel sophisticated, feminine, delicate, and at the same time, strong and empowered.
Her designs are handmade with embroidered details and fine crystal applications on high-quality textiles.
Another experienced designer in Mexico is Anuar Layon, who also works as creative director of the brands Mexico is the Shit, Prima Volta, Sad Boy, White Tag, and Mercadorama Custom.
His design line leans towards streetwear but with fun and sophisticated touches.
Making versatile garments that you can combine and wear perfectly with other styles.
One of the great promises in Mexican fashion, Abel López, who already has vast experience in the field of fashion and design, is seen as one of the great promises.
His proposals are a mixture of textures, volumes, and contrasts alluding to architectural works.
All his designs possess a futuristic aesthetic without sacrificing femininity and elegance.
If we talk about inclusive brands, Guillermo Jester has the perfect proposal.
This Mexican designer founded his brand in 2011 and focuses on making genderless clothing alongside artisan labor.
So that the work is as socially responsible as possible.
Liz Campos focuses on being a sustainable and responsible brand, ensuring low water consumption, reusing materials, and using natural textiles.
With a design proposal that distinguishes itself because of a western aesthetic with sophisticated and striking details, Montserrat Messeguer has high international recognition, as large-scale celebrities attend it.
Thais Perez Jain
This brand covers clothing and jewelry. Extolling Mexican traditions and customs in its designs with eclectic models, which are not part of collections. The pieces are timeless and constantly available.
Born in Tijuana but with her operations center in Mexico City, we know Daniela Villa by her bohemian and feminine designs.
Her inspiration is art since her collections are the product of researching the work of various visual artists.
With her brand founded in 2010, this Mexican woman, who studied at the Felicidad Duce University in Barcelona and was the first winner of Vogue Who’s On Next in Latin America, is a national fashion reference. With designs that are characterized by being relaxed, elegant, and timeless. She creates clothing for those who want to look sophisticated in their daily looks.
So, did you already know these names and their wonderful designs?
If not, start searching and learning about these excellent local designers and their most striking and attractive fashion creations.
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