La moda del poder

Me apasiona la política internacional casi tanto como la moda. Reconozco que soy aficionado a ver los estilos de las mujeres que se dedican al mundo público – administrativo, pero lo cierto es que, tras largas horas reflexionando, he llegado a la conclusión de que no es más que un vil insulto y una forma de denigrar a las figuras políticas. Continue reading “La moda del poder”

Barrett Pall, the one who provides the light we need in an increasingly darker world

What is perfection? That was the question that first put me in touch with American model and fitness instructor Barrett Pall (March 15, 1988). It was the opening of one of his article featured in The Huffington Post. “I am an Influencer. I know what you’re thinking how douchy does that sound, but here’s the thing; influencer simply means one who influences, and that is my mission in life. I want to help guide you in creating your ultimate existence”, Pall, who holds a Bachelor of Science in Communication, Culture and Media from New York University, said on his blog, Artisan & King. And that is how we should define perfection: a way to inspire people. Certainly he does. Or, at least, I can tell for myself that this twenty – eight – year – old boy from Long Island (NY) has helped me with his articles and posts. Continue reading “Barrett Pall, the one who provides the light we need in an increasingly darker world”

And Ralph Lauren has dressed her in blue

And the whole world stopped and beheld how Donald J. Trump became the 45th president of the United States of America. He was saying his famous Make America Great Again this morning (January, 20, 2017) on the Capitol steps in Washington, while his wife, Melania Trump, smiled and began to understand her role as the new first lady. Continue reading “And Ralph Lauren has dressed her in blue”

Ivanka, the powerful Trump

When Ivanka Trump, the oldest daughter of American president – elect Donald Trump, first appeared to introduce her father at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, she became the most powerful Trump for the media. “One year ago, I introduced my father when he declared his candidacy. In his own way, and through his own sheer force of will, he sacrificed greatly to enter the political arena as an outsider (…). Like many of my fellow millenials, I do not consider myself categorically Republican or Democrat. More than party affiliation, I vote on based on what I believe is right, for my family and for my country. Sometimes it’s a tough choice. That is not the case this time. As the proud daughter of your nominee, I am here to tell you that this is the moment and Donald Trump is the person to make America great again“, Ms. Trump said. Continue reading “Ivanka, the powerful Trump”

To dress her or not to dress her

How can we help on the eve of this new era?”, Belgian-American fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg wrote on a letter to the more than 500 members of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, speaking about who would dress Melania Trump, now she is the new first lady of the United States. According to The New York Times, “she suggested that the answer is to embrace diversity, be open-minded, be generous, have compassion and to be an example of good”. In other words, to not dress Melania Trump. Continue reading “To dress her or not to dress her”

Vestirla o no vestirla, he ahí el dilema

¿Cómo podemos ayudar a la sociedad en esta nueva etapa?, la diseñadora belga – norteamericana Diane von Furstenberg les escribía a los más de 500 miembros del Consejo de Diseñadores de América, refiriéndose a quién vestirá ahora a Melania Trump, la nueva primera dama de Estados Unidos. Según recoge The New York Times, “[von Furstenberg] sugería que la respuesta estaba de parte de la diversidad, el liberalismo, la generosidad, la compasión y ser un ejemplo de bondad”. En otras palabras, no vestir a Melania Trump. Continue reading “Vestirla o no vestirla, he ahí el dilema”

Melania Trump, a style louder than words

“Melania Trumps speech at the Republican National Convention on Monday evening [July, 18, 2016] may have had a striking similarity to some parts of Michelle Obama’s address at the 2008 Democratic convention, but in one aspect, at least, her appearance was original: her clothes”, we could read featured in an article by The New York Times last July. The journalist was trying to highlight the following issue: Continue reading “Melania Trump, a style louder than words”