The 15 most influential women in the Mexican fashion industry

Haarón Álvarez
The 15 most influential women in the Mexican fashion industry
Mexican designers, pornographers and stylists have turned Mexico into a fashion hub - Photo: Taken from Carla Fernández's Instagram

The 15 most influential women in the Mexican fashion industry

Haarón Álvarez
Mexico City
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These Mexican women bring talent, creativity, and style to the fashion industry in Mexico

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These are some of these most influential and talented women in the fashion industry, including fashion editors, stylists, designers, and photographers

1. Karla Lisker
She is a talented photographer who has collaborated with fashion magazines such as Revista 192, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour México, GQ, among many others.

2. Monse Castera
She is an editor, promoter, and creative consultant who started her career in the fashion industry as the editor of the Revista 192 magazine and also collaborated with different fashion blogs. A few years ago, she started an editorial project called Modo, which focuses on the fashion industry and lifestyle in Mexico. Currently, she is also part of Momoroom, a platform to promote Mexican fashion.

3. Carla Fernández
This designer preserves and revitalizes the textile legacy of Indigenous communities in Mexico. In 2013, she was awarded the Prince Clause prize in Amsterdam, which recognizes artists whose cultural actions have a positive impact on the development of their communities. Her pieces have been exhibited all over the world, including the Jumex Museum, the Iturbide Palace, and the Amparo Museum.

4. Bárbara Sánchez Keane
Then designer from Yucatán is known for mixing masculine and feminine accessories and clothing, which makes her one of the most innovating designers in the Mexican fashion industry. She has presented her collections in Asia, Europe, and New York.

5. Nayeli De Alba
Nayeli is a fashion stylist and has worked on several campaigns for brands and magazines, for example, she styled the H&M campaign for the store's opening in Madero, Mexico City; a campaign for Nike, and most recently, the cover of Bad Hombre magazine. She also has a belt brand called NADA.

6. Sara Galindo
She is a renown fashion editor and worked at Elle Mexico for 12 years. She created the Elle México Diseña platform, which prompted her to open a website, Mexicouture, to promote Mexican designers in the country. She is also part of Diseñando México 32, a project that looks for and promotes different areas of fashion in Mexico.



?! Casa Dragón #Careyes #Mexico

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7. Regina and Gladys Vega
These sisters are the founders of Stendhal Store, a concept store in Polanco that offers unique clothing, shoes, and accessories.



Mini Ciao Bag from @gcdswear Disponible en tienda y online

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8. Ana Blumenkron
She is a photographer and photography editor. She was in charge of the photography section of the MMKGroup editorial group.



@voguemexico @alfredomartinez_brand @mariana_zaragoza @marianaj.ramirez #mbfwmx #blumenkron

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9. Ximena Del Valle
She is a fashion photographer and publicist. Her work has been featured in magazines such as Nylon, Instyle, Hotbook, Vogue MX, Revista Código, La Gaceta del Palacio de Hierro, and BBmundo, among others. She has also worked for brands such as Nine West, Westies, Liverpool, among others.

10. Cecy Young
She has collaborated with brands such as Nike, Puma, Amazon, Sony, Nylon Japón, i-D México, among others. Along with her sister, they opened a beauty store called Momiji Beauty, where they seel Korean beauty products.

11. Pamela Ocampo
She is a fashion consultant and photography, art, and fashion enthusiast. She was the editor in chief at L'Officiel México and also worked at Harper’s Bazaar. She has interviewed fashion icons such as Narciso Rodríguez, Elie Saab, Christian Louboutin, Laetitia Casta, and Natalie Massenet.



Mujerón. #styledbyme

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12. Tessa Ia
She is an actress, singer, and a popular fashion icon in Mexico. She is one of Chanel's ambassadors in Mexico.

13. Girl Ultra
She is a singer with a unique fashion style and often shares her looks on Instagram.



eyes without a face makeup: @ldelabios

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14. Nuria Lagarde
Nuria has always been passionate about photography. She photographs architecture, food, weddings, and lifestyle, and has worked for Mexican magazines.



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15. Yalitza Aparicio
In the last months, the Mexican actress has graced the covers of international magazines, including Vanity Fair, VOGUE Mexico, ELLE Mexico, VOGUE UK, Teen Vogue, among many others. Yalitza has also shown she is a fashion icon in the making, as she always looks flawless at events and red carpets.



Foto: @ale_altamirano.g Makeup: @carissaferreri Hair: @tildebymatilde

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