Gesichter - Aldo Decaniz

Hey! there my dear followers, I´m back!!!... It´s crazy how time flies, really! I have been traveling a lot lately and I couldn't find the time to post. But today, the time is right, and I want to introduce you to another one of my colleagues, as part of the series "Gesichter". 
His name is Aldo Decaniz. I met him some time ago almost accidently during New York Fashion Week doing what he does best; trying to get the perfect picture. Something we obviously instantly connected on, along with the way he feels and loves fashion!
He has amazing website called I'm a Samurai, where you can get the proof of his fantastic work as a street fashion photographer. On top of that, Aldo (known as Mr. Kotsni) is also an editor for the magazine called Not Safe for Fashion (NSFF) where he usually makes sure that all the right trends are post on the website. On the other hand, make sure you don´t miss out on his styling tips published in Aloha, a Mexican magazine. As a freelancer, Aldo recently started to work together with Palacio de Hierro, one of the most important department stores here in Mexico, spotting the best street style looks he feeds back to NSFF on a monthly basis.  

For this post, he switched sides so that you can enjoy the pics of some of his outfits, I simply love the way he dresses because he always gets the perfect look. So if you enjoy fashion as we do, you should follow him on Instagram to see all his photos of the best street style looks from Mexico City to New York City!      


Geschiter - être

Welcome to the fisrt post of the new section which I'd like to call "Gesichter" (that means Faces in German). This section will be a series of portraits of cool people I've come across in Mexico and other countries.
Anyway, first off is José Luis Gonzalez better known as être. He is a real kick-ass fashion designer from Mexico.

I know José Luis since a long time and I can say that I've had the privilege to work with him on some of his campaigns. Some of his major achievements to date are his collection shown at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Mexico; he also became part of IDM (International Designer Mexico) team. In his history as a designer he has won different awards but the must important one is definitely finishing second on Project Runway LA (Latin America).

Even though José Luis has decided to give être a break, that doesn't mean he is not working, in fact he is doing some styling and he is learning new ways of projection. Not so long ago, he was in NY doing an internship with Angel Sanchez and working with Ricardo Seco as a personal assistant. So I'm sure he has a lot more to offer and that he will surprise us with new creative things.