|Fri Jul 1 2016, 7:30pm|
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When we think of someone documenting history and culture, we tend to think of writers or filmmakers. Not a fashion designer. Yet that’s exactly what Carla Fernández does. With her mother working in fashion and her father in history, it is perhaps no surprise that Fernández combines the two perfectly in her work – creating clothes that say as much about trends as they do about Mexican cultures and indigenous craftsmanship.
Join Fernández as she shares her approach to fashion and talks about how she is endlessly inspired by her country – its tribes and its traditions, its feast days and its festivals. Her motto? “The future is handmade,” she states in an interview with Designboom. “Sometimes the simplest things give us the most satisfaction.”
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