Now Reading: Caravana Americana: The Best Contemporary Design from Latin America
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Next week October 14–16, Trendland will be in Mexico City to report from Caravana Americana. The second edition tradeshow will present 70 of Latin America’s best contemporary designers at Expo Reforma in Mexico City. Both established and emerging brands from the worlds of fashion and industrial design will present their latest works to design industry professionals and the media (Friday 14 October) and to the public Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October.
A round table discussion featuring Hector Esrawe (industrial designer), David Solis (Architectural Digest Mexico), Alessandra Petersen (fashion designer) and Karla Martínez de Salas (Vogue) will take place on the evening of Friday 15th with free entry. Food and drink from the celebrated chef Mónica Patiño will be available for the duration of the event.
This will be the second edition of Caravana Americana, which was founded earlier this year by Lago, a Mexican boutique owned by designers Regina Barrios and Alessandro Cerutti.
The mission of Caravana is to promote contemporary Latin American design internationally and to spread design and business knowledge among the LatAm design community by way of trade fairs, workshops and conferences.
Exhibitors include: Alessandra Petersen, Escudo, Andrea Landa, Hector Esrawe, Carla Fernández, Paul Roco, Bi Yuu, Ad Hoc, Cihuah, Yakampot, Caralarga, Self, TXT.URE, Colectivo 1050, Hecho y Derecho, Diego Vides among others. See them all here