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NYFW: Latino Wield Growing Power
Similar to U.S. politicians chasing the Latino vote, it’s the Latina bloggers and their thousands of followers the fashion industry is now coveting at Fashion Week.
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Mercedes Sanchez of the site, Be Chic Mag is a Dominicana and native New Yorker.  Launching her blog in 2006, Sanchez has worked as a freelance reporter with the New York Post, El Diario/La Prensa, and Vista Magazine

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Flor de Maria Rivera of the site Flor De Maria Fashion, a Peruvian and former sports anchor turned fashion blogger says fashion has always been her passion.

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Carmen Ordenez of the site Viva Fashion started blogging in Miami in 2008. Her blog began, she says, as an outlet for her work. The theme is “looks for less” aka “you don’t have to spend a million to look like a million.” It didn’t take long for the blog to grow into a full-time job. 

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Cubana fashion blogger Annie Vazquez, of the site The Fashion Poet, has become almost an icon in Miami.  She started her blog two years ago as a way to cover local designers and boutiques she loved.

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Carmen Ordenez of the site Viva Fashion started blogging in Miami in 2008.

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Cubana fashion blogger Annie Vazquez, of the site The Fashion Poet, has become almost an icon in Miami.  She started her blog two years ago as a way to cover local designers and boutiques she loved.

NYFW: Latino Wield Growing Power

Similar to U.S. politicians chasing the Latino vote, it’s the Latina bloggers and their thousands of followers the fashion industry is now coveting at Fashion Week.

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