Wednesday, March 30, 2016


To be honest this is exactly how my brain feels right now, like a plain canvas. It's funny how it relates to this post's outfit. After a rough week full of studies the only thing I can say about this Zara set is that it reminds me a lot of what I used to do every saturday morning a few years ago. Fill blank canvas with lines, colors and faces. That used to be my hobby, not that I don't like to paint anymore, it's just that college barely gives me time for myself. Anyway, I know this isn't much but it is all I can say right now. I hope you guys like it.


 Wearing: Zara set, Charlotte Russe heels, Tory Burch bag & Miu Miu sunglasses. 
 Pics by José Gonzalez

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Biomórfico | In collab with Héctor Rafael

Wearing Ana María Mariana

 Wearing Sulyvette Díaz

 Wearing Jean Cintrón

Everyone who knows Héctor Rafael's paintings knows that his work is anything but ordinary. His most recent collection, Biomórfico, does not deviate from that path, instead it continues to amaze. This exhibition not only shows the body in motion, but also explores pleasure in many ways. From heterosexuality to homosexuality, equity is one of the main themes in this story. Some of the paintings include a hidden third person that not only looks at the spectators, but also at the bodies presented inside the paintings. Those eyes that take pleasure of watching, clandestinely, the form of the body, the movement and the enjoyment experienced by these bodies evoke voyeurism. Mixing the human body with nature, Héctor Rafael creates different parts of the body which exhibit the type of pleasure that not only the body is allowed to feel but nature too. When the exhibition is seen as a whole, a harmonic ambience serves as a guide throughout the exhibition, for his art does not stop at each painting individually, but it rather continues along the whole room. From vibrant colors to pastels on triptychs and simples, Biomórfico provokes all kind of emotions and interpretations along the room.


Go and see Biomórfico, have your own interpretation.
This exhibition is currently at Museo Las Américas at Cuartel de Ballajá. 

Painter Héctor Rafael
Photographer José González
Make up by Tulip Heels Beauty
Assistant Gianni Perlloni

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