Espacio Vogue: Latinamerican Fashion at W Mexico City

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The constant interest and passion for fashion of W hotel altogether with Vogue, the most important fashion magazine in the world, led them to create the first edition of a platform for Mexican and Latin American brands to expose their work in a luxury experience where talent and creativity are within the reach of all fashion lovers.

From December 1-5, the hotel located in Polanco, in Mexico City, had a Pop-Up Store where guests and visitors exclusively made their purchases by appointment, to guarantee the safety of the attendees with the highest standards that characterize Marriott International. For all those who preferred a more touchless experience, a team of Vogue personal shoppers chose the garments, accessories and everything available in Espacio Vogue delivered at their homes, in addition to also having the pick-up service. 

Some of the brands that were present were: Ariztocrazy, Aromaria, Bala Di Gala, Benetti, Bime, Carambola, Clip, D´Angelo, Daniela Bustos Maya, Denisse Kuri, Guadalupe Design, Hillman Eyewear, Palmarosa, Port De Bras, Sesen, Tonas Wood, Valerie Frangie, Vot Eyewear, Yachtsm, among others.  

Espacio Vogue joins the initiatives with which W Mexico City supports the creative industries to create a synergy of economic reactivation such as W Fashion, an ambitious project that for 6 months has promoted local talent, supporting the sustainability of brands and their workers through two incredible luxury experiences that no lover of design and fashion have been able to resist: IN-ROOM SHOPPING and W FASHION ROOM.

W Mexico City joins this initiative to continue promoting the talent of the region, creating together with Vogue Mexico a more optimistic future for the industry in which, in addition to connecting the public with fashion, beauty and incredible accessories brands, people can make their Christmas shopping with the help of the best fashion team at Vogue. 

Karla Martínez de Salas watching Denisse Kuri´s collection.
Security protocols by W Mexico City.

Photos courtesy of Marriot International

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