MEXICO – fashion week aw 08, galeria estacion indianilla, 04/15/08






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  1. julie says:

    this is like reykjavik in reverse…
    lovely.

  2. those sculptural shoes are INSANE!!!

  3. Niniokoala says:

    Kisses from POrtugal!

  4. Polina says:

    So gorgeous…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Love #1, but how does she fit in that tiny taxi?!

  6. Anonymous says:

    love #1—- she looks stunning.

  7. Anonymous says:

    all the shoes are crazy!
    psychoshoes!

    sofie-sofie, cph.

  8. Anonymous says:

    marvin & quetzal stuff almost in every picture. boring…

  9. Anonymous says:

    Love the style, but you shoot the same type of people where ever you go. It get’s kind of predictable (sorry!!).

  10. those shoe!!!killer!

  11. oh the first picture has got such a great feeling about it!

  12. i want that last girls dress!its beautiful :D

  13. narrylikes says:

    one of my favorite posts and OBVIOUSLY one of my all time favorite blogs.

  14. Anonymous says:

    The last girl is Denise, the lead singer from the Mexican pop band Belanova. She has great personal style and in fact, studied fashion in college.

  15. Anonymous says:

    While I could comment that you are only portraying the privileged side of mexico city, I think that it is a side not documented frequently and a nice break from the usual stereotypical travel-blog pictures of the under-privileged side.
    But, couldn’t there be a balance? Kind of like how the sartorialist found style in different social classes on his trip to india?

  16. all girls have funky shoes!!!! love them.

    K

  17. all girls have funky shoes!!!! love them.

    K

  18. Anonymous says:

    Amazing shoes!!
    Anybody know where sell those shoes?
    I love it!!

  19. Gloria says:

    u have a great eye…
    i love the yellow shoes!

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  21. I was just about to say, is that denise?! from belanova.. but somebody else says she is.,. and whoever says its the same type of people, hasnt seen the facehunter long enough:)

  22. Anonymous says:

    the dress in the last look is SICK! love the seaming and double layers. a little much with the necklace, but she has a great outfit going on.

  23. Eugene Kim says:

    1, 3 and 4 are goooooood.

  24. wow, love the first photo. and the seashell necklace in the last photo is bombastic!

  25. la femme says:

    I love Mexico.

    Brilliant set.

  26. Belle says:

    ohhhhhh, the first outfit + shoes…. love!

    great batch, you are an inspiration.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Who is that guy anyway?

    The one with the hair.

  28. pacco says:

    Super photos !!!

  29. hende Linea says:

    Sweet sick pictures, as always.
    But oooh Yvan, why must you be so skinny-centric?

  30. concupiscence says:

    a very neat series of photos and styles. beautiful pic, #4, fun shoes.

  31. Anonymous says:

    ok..
    for my opinion those people, exspecially the girls look like they are in a fancy magazin shoot..very skinny and very perfect.
    I like it more when I see you capture normal people on the streets.

  32. Nadège says:

    J’ai découvert ce blog grace à l’emission Chic sur Arte… et il est GENIAL !!!!! Venez faire un petit tour à Bordeaux…

  33. Elisabeth says:

    I love the first picture! Not only is the outfit cute and the shoes to die for, but I love the yellow wall/green car contrast!

  34. slonecznatu says:

    awesome shoeas they have in that mexico!

  35. Félicitations Yvan !
    Je crois que c’est la première fois que te je commente… mais je ne pouvais pas laisser de le faire aujourd’hui. Mes félicitations par les photos que tu nous apportes du Mexique, c´est un lieu plein de possibilités et pour explorer…
    On est en train de faire des choses très très intéressantes. Tes photos, ton attitude, ta façon de travailler je l’admire.
    j´adore ce côté sarcastique, la beauté de tes photos, la sympathie, les sourires… tout l’art et l’amabilité…
    Et la sensualité (la vie quoi!) de ton travail. Félicitations ! ! … chaque jour je sois colé a l ´écran en t´atendent

  36. The composition of 4 and 6 are absolutely stunning! The photography is too sharp in this series of pictures. Anonyme 8:07PM makes a good point, but then again I’m not sure how restricted your movements or travels are given the Face Hunter TV event you are trying to kick start there. If you could venture out, that would be great, but thus far, I’m enjoying what I’m seeing. I have seen a few of these faces in this set of pictures in previous ones you’ve taken in Mexico. I hope the stylish denizens of this city aren’t a minute few. Either way, can’t wait for more to come!

  37. Chl0é says:

    first picture is great! The girl might be a model!

    L0ve dress #4.

    Une série un peu plus c0l0rée et des vêtements m0ins hivernaux, ça sent l’été….miAm.

  38. Mimmi says:

    Make the boy in the striped sweater and the adorable hair marry me, please?

  39. Anonymous says:

    COME TO TEL AVIV!!! (ISRAEL)

  40. Paul Pincus says:

    Best series yet!!!

    Love #1

    Really incredible.

  41. PLATFORM says:

    First girl: Great hair, great legs! Last girl: Adorably put together.

  42. cassaundra says:

    mexico is so exciting – such beauties!

  43. Anonymous says:

    oooh la la those girls know good shoes

  44. Can people really walk in those shoes!? Amazing but terrifying :o)

    Lovely pictures.

    xoxo

  45. meli says:

    that girl in the (5th) picture with the butt kicking matchin blouse and t-straps high heels sure looks 99% alike Paola Hernandez, a rising super star, Go mexico!!!
    -
    http://www.paolahernandez.com/eng.html

  46. mareGa says:

    Oh Yvan! I’m mexican, so… while the pictures are really cool, even though that it looks like you did a photoshoot for Marvin & Quetzal clothes, models included (which I totally understand because they’re the best thing in Mexico right now…), I think that they were a little cliché… the green, beaten up taxis? the aztec calendar anyone?