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Meet the top fashion bloggers and Tapatíos (Guadalajara natives) chronicling the local fashion and lifestyle of Guadalajara.
Started in 2010, GDL Streets features Hurtado’s photos of fresh and authentic street fashion in Guadalajara and has drawn thousands of followers. On the blog and her Instagram feed, Hurtado shares her tastes for the climate, food, and her favorite places in the city.
Integral designer Belinda Denisse focuses her blog, Shot de Moda (Shot of Fashion), on following the trends of the most innovative designers, the latest collections of clothing, accessories, shoes, and handbags, and her Instagram features runway footage as well as the latest fashion news in Guadalajara.
Created in 2009 as online source of information about the Mexican fashion industry by Jacob Pulido, an adviser specializing in digital fashion marketing, Proyecto Moda focused on a critical but positive, proactive analysis of the industry, and the Instagram account features the latest runway fashion.
Zepeda is an expert on the business, marketing and social behavior of the fashion and beauty industries. Follow her blog, Dressing Brands, and Instagram focus on reviewing new cosmetic products coming to the Mexican market.
Ana Sofía is an adviser of personal image at the University Ramón Llull in Barcelona and has written for different fashion publications such as ELLE Mexico, Mural, Mytrnd, Fashion News, Attitude Fem, Maschic, and others. Her blog Qué con Qué (What with What) and Instagram provide fashion, beauty, and lifestyle tips, and she also hosts workshops.
Lascurain, a student of fashion design and communication sciences, founded My Philosophie in October 2010 as a style journal. Within four years, her hobby became her full-time job. Follow her blog and Instagram account for her take on fashion and lifestyle, as well as her focus on Mexican influences.
Instead of selling clothes in a brick-and-mortar store entrepreneur, blogger, and self-described fashion “todóloga” (“know-it-all”) Christianne created Mi Armario (My Wardrobe) to bring fashion and design to different parts of the Guadalajara. Follow the pop-up shop on her Instagram feed.