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With Peruvian fashion exploding both in Peru and abroad, it’s time to catch up on the latest fashions and designers before it’s too late. With its exotic textiles and unique designs, everything in Peruvian fashion reflects the country’s rich cultural history. Check out our guide to Peru’s best fashion bloggers at the forefront of Peruvian and Latin American fashion.
Born in Lima in 1981, Milagros Plaza studied in London and lived in Barcelona before returning to Lima. In 2014, Stylesight Trendboard named her one of the most influential bloggers in South America and, in December 2015, Vogue Mexico named her one of the Top five “Latinas on Top of the World 2.0.” Check out her blog.
Soledad Valenzuela is the author of The Pink Chick blog, which began as a personal journal in 2006 and became one of Peru’s most well known fashion blogs. She is considered one of the most important bloggers in the country, currently working as an ambassador for many local and international brands.
Anny Vela is the creator of Radar Fashion, which she began about a decade ago. Here, she gives insights into her life as well as discussing the latest trends that inspire her. On her blog you’ll also find beauty tips, hairstyles tutorials, travel tips and more.
In 2011, Mazzini created the blog Fashion In Da Hat, which she uses as a portfolio to explore trends, outfits and recommend clothing stores. Mazzini has used her recognition in Peru to start a fashion catalog called Camote Soup, describing her fashion as a boho-grunge-minimal-sporty style.
Luanna Perez-Garreaud is a fashion blogger from Lima who studied fashion merchandising at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She is known for her 90s-grunge-goth look and street style. Check out her blog Le Happy.
Tana Rendón is a fashion blogger from Lima, Peru. Before she began her blogging career, she spent three years in one of the most important textiles factories in Peru. Her work there allowed her to develop a better understanding of textiles both in Lima and abroad, inspiring her to begin a blog. Beginning as a sort of diary, readers gradually began to arrive at her site, showing interest in her topics. Now it is one of the most influential blogs in Peru.
With degrees in journalism and fashion from Lima and abroad, Adriana Seminario comes from a solid industry background. She has written for Cosmopolitan Peru and is the editor of The Androgyny, her sensibilities being informed by her Peruvian background and from living abroad.
Esquivel loves to take photos featuring Lima street art in the background, especially in Barranco, Lima, where street art and murals can be found everywhere. She is a style master also known for her WhatTheChic YouTube channel, which has over three million subscribers.