Cubavera hosts a Cuban inspired Fashion Show to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Cubavera, Miami’s own Latin inspired fashion brand, kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month along with Ocean Drive Magazine and Miami International University of Art and Design by hosting a 1950's Cuban themed fashion show on Thursday, September 22nd. Guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres by Macys Catering, authentic Cuban cocktails by Bacardi and a special musical performance by Axis. During the event, I ran into Suzy Buckley (pictured below along with Anastasia), Editor-In-Chief of Ocean Drive Magazine, and I also spotted celebrity guest Maria Celeste Arraras (pictured on the left), host of Al Rojo Vivo on Telemundo. In the true spirit of Hispanic Heritage Month, students from Miami International University of Art and Design were invited to showcase their own Guayabera inspired designs for the chance to take home the grand prize of $1000 and an exclusive paid internship at Perry Ellis International’s headquarters in Miami. It was definitely a festive night full of fashion, live Latin music and inspiration from all of the talented young designers in attendance. Viva la Hispanidad!

A beautiful look from the Cubavera runway show in Miami.

The trendy venue where the event took place was super modern and chic (located in the heart of the MiMo District- Miami Event Space- 7619 NE 4th Court).

There was a photo booth at the event...had to strike a pose!

For more information on Hispanic Heritage Month, check out the official website. If you missed the fashion show, make sure to check out Cubavera online for all of the new looks from their fall collection. Hope all of my Sazoneros have a wonderful week!

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