Why You Should Care About Fashion Week

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There’s always a ton of hype surrounding New York Fashion Week. We know you’re probably thinking, “Why should I care about designer runway clothes that only celebrities can afford?” Well, you are only partially right. While Fashion Week may seems like a place for high-society snobs to gather around and obsess about haute couture, it is also the place where trends are set for seasons to come. Whether it’s a color, a “look”, or a certain cut or silhouette, these trends will go from an Oscar De La Renta runway to the storefronts of H&M, Topshop, and GAP in no time… and that, chicas, is why we care.

Let’s face it, there are a ton of things in life that are more important than clothes, but us Latinas pride ourselves on looking good and having style. Just because we can’t always afford designer prices doesn’t mean we can’t stay on top of the trends. During Latina.com’s Fashion Week coverage over the next few days, we’ll bring you the most popular trends from the runway and some less expensive options along with DIY ideas for right now, so that you can stay ahead of the trends!

We’ll also highlight our Latina models making a mark on the runway and share interviews with Latino designers and beauty experts to find out what's hot, right now.

Stay tuned!

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Verky Arcos, Fashion Director

A  writer and editor with expertise in fashion and lifestyle coverage, Verky Baldonado is currently Latina magazine's Fashion Director. Baldonado has written Latin-inspired travel and food related content and has contributed to celebrity Q&As, red carpet video interviews, and the annual “Reasons to Love Being Latina” feature. Verky is U.S.-born and of Ecuadorean and Puerto Rican descent who speaks and writes fluent Spanish. Prior to Latina, Verky worked as a photo shoot coordinator at Universal/Island Def Jam Music Group. Verky holds a B.A. in Communications Arts from Montclair State University and currently resides in Manhattan with her husband and daughter.

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