Florence and The Machine and why it matters today

People used to be able to unite under one voice: the world would tune in, and the masses would sing together led by the music and life philosophy of the Beatles, Michael Jackson, Prince, the Rolling Stones or Madonna.But somewhere along the way, things evolved: technology gave access to more and more voices. It demystified […]

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The New Latin American Equation

I have a pending balance with Latin America. Perhaps that’s unconsciously what the braid is all about. When I left Mexico, I had no idea I was actually leaving. I didn’t tell anyone beside my dad. It seemed like a ‘see you soon’ more than a ‘good-bye’, and 10 years after I wonder if I […]

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Miami Swim Week: An Outsiders View from an Insiders Perspective

I’ve always been an outsider. It’s a state of mind. You see? I like to observe things from a distance even while I’m in the midst of living them. Three years ago, I went to Swim Week for the first time. I didn’t understand a thing. So many people, so little clothes… I was new […]

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Viva Arte Viva: The Recurrent Themes of La Biennale di Venezia and Why They Matter

To understand how a child feels, you should look at what he draws. To understand how the world feels, you should go to La Biennale di Venezia, an emotional thermostat that translates the way people feel, as seen and felt through artists from all over the world. This year the theme is ‘Viva Arte Viva’. […]

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The heartfelt message behind ‘The Biennale of Moving Images’/ El sentido mensaje detrás de la Bienal de Imágenes en Movimiento

Thursday was my last night making an appearance as a Glamour Correspondent. Honestly, I had no idea of what to expect from this experience. I suddenly felt as if I was different person now that I am not part of the power house that Condé Nast represents. Yet there I was going down memory lane and having […]

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