Cortitelas, sponsor of Fashion Week Hodnuras 2021, presented the designs of the Honduran dressmaker Roberto Ramírez, who made the pieces with our delicate and varied fabrics to demonstrate the new trends that will be in force for next summer 2022, showing that we are the best in the textile industry.
Fabrics, trends, designs, and fashion were the protagonists of the sixth edition of Fashion Week Honduras 2021, where the best of creative art in fabrics was shown, where the best national and international designers showed their creativity and innovation, ahead of fashion next summer 2022. The bet is pieces full of imagination, color and designs that will seduce your senses.
One of the guests of honor was Roberto Ramírez, a Honduran designer expert in gala and cocktail dresses, his pieces are characterized by their classic style, he loves romantic fabrics, his designs range from dresses for courtships, brides, graduations and catwalks, among others.
On this occasion, he brought out his audacious side with proposals for the summer, showing his creations with the best clothing and fabrics in the country, specifically Cortitelas, official sponsor of said event, where Ramirez demonstrated that the fabrics of this prestigious company are the best in the world. textile industry.
Fashion Week was held on September 22 and 23, at Casa San Carlos in Tegucigalpa, where the great names of the national fashion system presented their proposals, among them: Roberto Ramírez, Carmen Danzilo, Galeano, Jerry Cárcamo, Kolori, Lawin Paz, Miguel Chong, Morena Perpetua, Tirso Rubio and Yoyo Barrientos, as well as Lwis Brand and Gladys Gonzáles, who debut on this platform.
It should be noted that Cortitelas is a benchmark in retail in Honduras; with more than 80 years of presence in the national market, offering fabrics imported from the United States, Europe, the Mediterranean and Asia. "One more year we join this great event where national talent stands out and what better way than using our best fabrics," said Glenda Urbina, Head of Marketing.
The assembly of the catwalks on day one was modern, avant-garde and minimalist and on day two, the expert recreated a French bistro that transported the guests to the city of light. The shows were distributed at four different times in which an exclusive group of guests witnessed the parades, which were also transmitted via streaming from the Facebook and YouTube networks.