Inspired by the traditions of Oaxaca, a typical dress stands out in the pattern of traditional embroidery
In addition to a dress in typical colors of an authentic Mexican serape as well as the traditional color of the dead, cempasúchil is a touch and unique piece in this collection.
Mexico is in trend, the artisan hands that imprint the Mexican culture is making itself known again, stay tuned for the following seasons on Linea, and thus be fashionable with something colorful and typical, a unique piece full of history.
Mexican vintage inspiration of roots and customs with a touch of the 60’s!!
Mexican culture in fashion! international designers inspired by Mexico,
Mexico has many riches either for its landscapes, its people, architecture, music, handicrafts, traditions, its textile arts and crafts in embroidery and sewing, its mariachi music, charro skirmishes, its architecture, the joy of its people, its streets full of color, its aromas, its flavors.
But this time we will announce the impact in terms of fashion and its inspiration for designers.
- DIOR Creative Maria Grazia Chiuri drew inspiration from Mexican skirmishes for her Dior Cruise 2019 show
- DOLCE & GABBANA Dolce & Gabbana’s Cruise Alta Moda collection took emblematic details from Mexican culture, such as Frida Khalo, who was one of the strongest inspirations.
- CAROLINA HERRERA The new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection is inspired by Mexican culture. The designs include patterns, embroideries and fabrics identical to some typical costumes and Mexican handicrafts from the state of Hidalgo,
- NIKE Some sports shoes from this American brand reproduced Huichol art, incorporating it into their designs. Hence we see the Eyes of God,
- MICHAEL KORS This brand included in its Spring 2019 Collection, which was inspired by the beach, a jargon coat or sweatshirt that is commonly used in Mexico and is made by artisans from Chiapas and Oaxaca.
- GIVENCHY For Givenchy’s Fall 2010 collection, designer Ricardo Tisci was inspired by Mexican painter Frida Kahlo’s three greatest obsessions:
- VALENTINO His 2015 Cruise collection was also inspired by Frida Kahlo’s paintings, where dresses, skirts and suits with extraordinary embroidery,
- ROBERTO CAVALLI The designer dedicated his Spring/Summer 2007 Collection to Mexican textiles, mariachis and huaraches, where he combined the glamor with the magic of our culture.
- JEAN-PAUL GAULTIER Jean-Paul Gaultier claims to be Mexico’s biggest fan and has proven it with his Spring/Summer 1998 Collection, inspired by a somewhat atypical mix between Frida Kahlo and Marilyn Manson, resulting in a Mexican-Gothic look. Later, for the Spring 2010 Haute Couture Collection, the designer was inspired by Moctezuma and Aztec motifs.
- ALBERTA FERRETI In 2014, Alberta Ferretti showed her Spring Collection, where she included dresses whose embroidery was inspired by those made in our country.
- KENZO In 2011, the Italian dressmaker Antonio Marras, together with Mario Sorrenti, presented his Autumn-Winter 2011/2012 Collection for the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.
- CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Recently, the designer Christian Louboutin presented Mexicana, a proposal where woven cotton, vivid embroidery and traditional designs are the protagonists, which were created in collaboration with Taller Maya.
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