A new brand with a very Hispanic name is everywhere from Hollywood to London. We’ve already familiar with exclusive fashion designers like Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta, and many others; but Gomez-Gracia is a woman that has been gaining popularity in the fashion world.
Patricia Gomez-Gracia is a fashion designer who was born in Madrid, but raised in Miami. She was trained by a couple of the best designers ever, Alexander McQueen and Julien MacDonald. After her training, she decided to create her own brand which has a very feminine and elegant style with that Spanish twist.
We started hearing her name when Carrie Underwood , the country singer, wore one of her dresses with long sleeves, an open back, and silver sequins, shining at the 2012 Grammy Awards. Recently, we saw “Call me maybe” singer, Carly Rae Jepsen, in a pink sequin Gomez-Gracia gown at The American Music Awards.
Everybody is starting to wear the Gomez-Gracia clothing line, including Latina actresses and singers like Victoria Justice at The Teen Choice Awards in an amazing handkerchief dress and easy access skirt. She looked beautiful and cutting edge in her asymmetric dress (very popular design now) with a stunning, wild print.
The designer highlights the beauty of a women’s back in almost all of her collections and uses colors that accentuate Latinas’ skin tones. The clothes are appropriate for women of all ages and the clothing line appeals to “a confident woman who wants to feel sexy,” Gomez-Gracia said.
Gomez-Gracia uses an edgy, girly theme in her collections; we can define her line as both sexy and rocky. We are sure that we will be constantly hearing from her and her particular style. Now people can find her new collection for Resort 2013, which has bold colors as royal blue and orange, details like sequins and embroidery with loose, flowing styles, and simple and beautiful cuts.
We needed a new Hispanic face in fashion and she is definitely positioning herself to take a top spot in the world of fashion because of her sophisticated style and perfect red carpet looks. I definitely encourage Latinas and Hispanics to support designers like her and others with Hispanic backgrounds. I invite you to research this designer and her beautiful clothes.
By Being Latino Contributor, Lina M. Mayorga S. www.fashionfabnews.com