THE FACEHUNTER SHOW – mexico city part 1 of 2

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  1. Karin says:



  2. super montage, extra-triple lollipop, super contenu : cool!

  3. Gabrielle says:

    surprise. en bien!

  4. J’ai toujours aimé ce que tu faisais ! Et là avec le FACE HUNTER SHOW je suis encore plus séduite ;)

  5. fransofié says:


  6. shaz says:

    Oh, at that shot when you said “I love you” it was as if you were saying that to me in your charming French accent…

    I love it, the music, the people…can’t wait for part 2.

    Te amo!


  7. ahmad wiyono says:

    very nice, surprise!

  8. rosemary says:

    completely awesome.

  9. gth says:


  10. stina says:

    Can’t wait for the next episode, this is great tv! and you are so sweet!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Just Amazing!

  12. Quack esq. says:

    What marvelous scene with creative and beautiful people. Would have loved it if you went through the market though.

  13. tishy says:

    you are my idol ivan…marry me ??

    i love u!!

  14. Anonymous says:

    soooooo great!
    and who melody there?

  15. annabananna says:

    well done! saw it yesterday night and loved it!

  16. Anonymous says:

    this is so wonderfully pretentious. But I love it.

  17. it’s great, i love mexico city scene, can’t wait to watch the 2nd part

  18. Anonymous says:

    i can’t wait to see more!!!!!

  19. cas says:

    I love how mexico city has been growing in those kind of aspect so much, its turning in the epitome of the fashion in america. i heard ppl in montreal talking a lot about mexico city last year, i was impressed.
    thats why im movin to mexico city in august
    i live near tijuana right now, and the fashionm scene i think really sux cuz it doesnt have a mexican escence as in mexico city, in tijuna to ppl is more americanaized to is the same in any of the sides of the border in this area, the only cool/interesting aspect of Tijuana is the border culture, that by now hadnt affected fashion yet, it had with music and leterature and stuff, but not fashion :/

    i cant wait fot he second part


  20. thank you guys¡¡¡… TEAMO

  21. Awesome! Amazing! Great!

  22. Carlos says:

    I think it’s a good start. It’s only episode one so there’s a lot of room for improvement and experimentation. I’d like it to last longer so you can go more in depth with questions or whatever. I really like that you decided on mexico and el DF as your first show because it’s very different and unknown place I think for a lot of people in Europe especially and even in north america.

  23. Anonymous says:

    you can hear your french accent clearly hehe.. sounds a bit funny, still charming! :):)

  24. Anonymous says:

    much better than i’d expected.


  25. yuki says:

    It is splendid blog. I am studied.
    Please link to this site.

  26. PLATFORM says:

    I see the beginning of something great!

  27. I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well done Yyvan, your show is soo entertaining!! keep it up.


  28. te amo/je t’aime/i love you/marry me.

  29. heyhello says:

    excellent! j’attends le prochain episode!

  30. Anonymous says:

    mais t’es français!

    qui aurait su,
    j’ai toujours pensé que facehunter était anglais!

  31. yes yes we know how to party!!…and we are the next fashion promise…

  32. Jenny says:

    My new favorite show, good work!

  33. Stephie says:

    I would never have known your name is pronounced as ‘Ivan’ without the video!

    I love it, I love the idea behind it, and I love how you look in it!

  34. LiaTin says:

    crime is the viagra of life (lol)

  35. it was an interesting gadget that iron/phone.
    Domage you couldn’t get out of the car to walk around..
    I think it was fresh and delicious. A very nice angle on DF’s youth and society.
    keep em’ rolling in Mr. face hunter.

  36. Anonymous says:

    I loved it! I hope there are many more to come.

  37. actual trends posing.


    nice photos.

  38. Vane_ says:

    Podrian hacer fiestas asi en Chile u.u

  39. Anonymous says:

    great music! what is it??

  40. Anonymous says:

    C’est bien.

    Personne ne peut ne pas aimer.

    Continue !


  41. ju. says:


  42. tom-pipol says:

    i love it, i love it, i love it!

    i can’t wait to see your next episode…

    is nice to see well-known faces on your show :P


  43. Some kid says:

    im mexican-american and ive been to mexico hundreds of times but i never knew they actually had a fashion week with decent clothes and designers but i must say nothing out beats new york fashion week.

  44. Poster Girl says:

    It looks like you had so much fun! I can’t wait to see more!

  45. Hell says:

    I love the fact that people are taking seriously the fashion scene in Mexico. It is truly underrated because there are designers with all the sensibility and talent that could be great in the fashion globe such as TE AMO. Praise Mexico because it is certanly on the path to greatness fashion globalization with a bit of mexican kitch and culture! JUST FUCKING AMAZING

  46. Anonymous says:

    “ummm…uh…no allez ok whatever” is my favorite part in the whole video/episode. haha, what an expression!

  47. Anonymous says:

    Who’s the band who rocks the very last track in spanish???

    Cual es la banda que toca el ultimo track???

    Ps. love facehunter…