Colombia Moda is over, and I am exhausted.. Sorting through several thousands of photos while writing articles about fashion collections has to be done in as timely a manner as possible, which doesn’t leave much time for sleep!
The good thing about writing for the Examiner.com is that they don’t give me any deadlines or article requirements. I write about what I want – and submit it as fast as I can. But there is no editor to nag me for specific lines so I feel free to focus on writing about the fashion that I like, or that I think is important.
I don’t write about Gef France because I think it’s boring. I do cover Studio F if only because it is so immensely popular here – though I prefer the more daring and creative (and often smaller) lines.
But while I continue to gulp coffee and sort photos (even though my eyes are so tired I’m not sure if the photo is blurry or it’s just me, I wanted to give my readers links to my most recent articles (and photos) at Examiner.com
Agua Bandita and Onda de Mar – the Agua bandita photos are disappointing – the lighting was terrible. (I thought that was me too – but then several photographers grumbled about substandard lighting and showed me their photos..) They even called out during the runway to get better light..
Beverly Hills by Carmen Belissa
I also talked to some Americans I met at the expo. They seemed a little overwhelmed and lost – as they looked for textile manufacturers to produce fabric samples for use in their designs. I bet they would have liked my textile/ fabric city tour idea.
I have a couple of articles I am still working on – and then it will be back to normal here at Latin American Surgery. The ALAT conference (thoracic surgeons from all over Latin America) will be here in Medellin next week, so we will be back to some surgical topics soon.