Let’s close out the week with some color, some flair, and some eye-popping gorgeousness. Mexican designer Benito Santos was born in Tepehuaje Morelos Jalisco and studied medicine at the University of Guadalajara before moving on to study fashion design at the Institute of Guadalajara. In the decade since he launching his brand, he has become a fixture in Mexican fashion after dressing Miss Universe Ximena Navarrete and Mexico’s First Lady Angélica Rivera, as well as designing costumes for the films Maria and All About J. He has shown collections at Mexico Fashion Week, Helsinki Fashion week, and Dominican Republic Fashion Week and was awarded the “Premio Nacional de la Moda” prize in 2014.
But enough wikipedia info. All you need to know is in the pictures below: his work is colorful, vibrant, old-school glamorous and full of life.
[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Benito Santos]
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