To finish off my posts from last week's adventures here I share the outfit I wore on Friday to see the Ropajes fashion show. This show included designs by Namibia Viera, the daughter of Vilma Martínez who is the founder of Ropajes. They have both worked on a number of projects for plays, films, TV, and of course their own collections, which are amazing. The main event of the show was the presentation of the designs made by the students of Ropajes, which included boys and girls of ages 7 and up. All of them showed incredible talent, and you can tell the education they received was great. We also saw swimsuit designs by Nahir Sarí, Gisela Correa, Lorel Torres, and Shirley Fred, all graduated from Ropajes. Awards were given to these students who were judged by Cristie Trigo, Stylist for CARAS magazine, renowned designer David Antonio, and avowed Top Model and owner of Element Agency, Ann La Place. For this great event I wore a new fine china print pencil skirt from Forever 21, and my neon top from Opium you also saw in this look. The perfect shoes for this look were of course my cobalt sandals with the chunky heel from La Defensa, which you can see here. I was also wearing accessories from Charlotte Russe, Forever 21, and Aldo. After the show Ana and I picked up Texi and we went to Yaya's as we were dying of hunger so the wait for the sushi to reach the table felt like forever, but at least we ended the night right.
The other pictures I'm sharing with you are from the weekend, which I spent it in Guanica. If you follow me onInstagram you might have seen these already, if you're not following me what are you waiting for? Enjoy these anyway!