#PerfilesVogue: Carla Fernández and The Mexican Textile Richness

Published originally on Vogue.mx Carla Fernández: the Mexican textile richness Mexican traditions are a fundamental part of the essence of this #MadeInMexico brand. “Our motto is that the future...
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Interview for El País: “Chiapas is equally elegant as Balenciaga”

“Our haute couture is located in the mountains”, says Carla at Museo Jumex in Mexico City, which until May 15th is exhibiting her designs (clothing that is art) made in collaboration with artisans...
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#LatinsInVogue: The Barefoot Designer

In an exclusive visit, Carla Fernández talks to Vogue Mexico and Latin America about her work in the exhibition “The Barefoot Designer: A Workshop to Unlearn”. To show at Museo Jumex implies...
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52 Places to Go in 2016 by The New York Times

Mexico City: A metropolis that has it all. “Design fans can work up an appetite shopping for products by studios likeDavid Pompa and Lagos del Mundo or for designs by Carla Fernández. Photography...
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Interview by The Rage

THE RAGE: In your own words, who are you and what do you do? CARLA FERNÁNDEZ: I’m Carla, I do clothing, I’m a fashion designer and entrepreneur. TR: What is the essence of the brand? CF:...
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Carla Fernández in Dressed by Whom?

The mini documentary “Dressed by Whom?” provides you with an exclusive view behind the scenes of the Mexican fashion industry. It addresses challenges for Mexican fashion businesses like international...
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Interview with Designsponge

Do you know what Carla thinks about success and failure? Thanks to Designsponge which interviewed Carla for their Life & Business rubric, you can now find out, as well as why Carla’s son was the...
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Interview with Exclama Magazine

During the International Symposium of Sustainable Design in Colombia, Carla and the fashion expert Pilar Castaño gave an interview to Exclama magazine. EXCLAMA: Your work is applauded at international...
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ALL YOUR GOLD (HAS GONE) by HYPER ANIMALS

Photos: Leonel Sam Make up | Hair: Angel Moncada Model: Kayla | Paragon MM All clothing: Carla Fernández     View the full editorial on HYPER ANIMALS, here.
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The Future is Handmade! on LA Times

“DTLA pop-up shop to offer tunics, ponchos and a primer on the Mexican craft movement” Fernández hopes her L.A. exhibition — which coincides with Mexican Independence month and highlights...
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