Mexico City Fashion Week

By: RTV/CBS
By: RTV/CBS

Valencia-born Spanish designer Pepa Salazar unveiled her women's collection for Autumn/Winter 2013 on Tuesday (April 16) during the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at a pop-up tent in Mexico City's Santa Fe.

Salazar's bold collection, with edgy designs including knots and volume, is directed at women with a strong personality.

Her clothes are drenched in different colors such as white, beige with tints of yellow and a range of blues up to black.

Also on Tuesday, Mexican designer Alejandro Carlin, presented his women's wear collection for Autumn/Winter 2013.

Dramatic skirts in black velvet, lace and sheer material dominated his seductive collection contrasting with light flowing lilac satin dresses and brick colored flowing dresses and shirts.

Carlin has lived in Monterrey for the past 10 years and studied in Milan and London.

Dozens of mainly Latin American designers will showcase their latest creations in Mexico City from April 15 to April 18 at the glamorous event.


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