Day 1 Recap
Yas González, a prominent Cuban-American designer, has made her mark in the world of fashion with a strong and distinctive identity, recognized by British Vogue as a “rising star.” Her aesthetic combines the cultural richness of her Cuban heritage with contemporary trends, creating designs that celebrate Latin identity.
She has showcased her collections in fashion capitals such as New York, Paris, and Vancouver, and achieved a milestone in Dubai, becoming the first Cuban to attend the Royal Gala.
Miami Fashion Week Day 2 & 3 RECAP
Her work has adorned celebrities and political figures, standing out for her ability to tell stories through her designs. In Miami, her impact is noteworthy, where her creations reflect the city’s cultural diversity, strengthening her reputation as a bridge between cultures and a symbol of Latin dynamism.
Check out a few of the pieces in the collection in the gallery below.
AGATHA RUIZ DE LA PRADA
AT GARY NADER ART CENTRE
Agatha has held the esteemed position of being a guest of honor and a representative of Spanish fashion on prominent global runways.
As a result of her daring and vibrant designs, she has become one of the most widely acknowledged designers, both nationally and internationally.
Our guests thoroughly enjoyed themselves, dancing and singing along to Agatha’s phenomenal show. Each meticulously crafted piece paraded down the catwalk, complemented by extraordinary works of art, brought immense joy to the audience.
MIAMI FASHION WEEK DAY 3 RECAP
SUSTAINABLE SUMMIT AT MIAMI DADE COLLEGE
The Sustainable Summit took place at the Wolfson Campus Auditorium of Miami Dade College, featuring two enlightening panels.
The event showcased remarkable speakers, including Matt Levine, the Founder of Chlorophyll Water; Gabriella Smith, Founder of the Upcycle Project; Emily Milton, Program Manager at ASCENDANCE sustainable events; Jacqueline Aramboles, WM Manager; Moe Hachem, Partnership & Outreach Director at Sneaker Impact; and Michelle Salas, the founder of Lady Green Recycling.