And this is how the next seven days begin… Buenos Aires Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014. Actually BAF Week already kicked off last week with a show from women’s wear designer Benito Fernandez but official shows start tomorrow. La Rural, 2pm, 50 pesos.
But to warm matters up, head to Plaza Armenia this evening at 7pm for an outdoor show by Vero Ivaldi. For a sense of her women’s wear, check out her SS2014 collection, Cinemática,.
And as per Monday night, our very own chef Hernán Gipponi will lead hungry diners through his epic One Table, communal dining experience, complete with wine pairings.
To get a head’s up on one of the week’s closing fashion shows, drop by the Kostüme store in Palermo Soho. Sharp lines and a simple palette are key to men’s and women’s collections tailored by design duo Camila Milessi and Emiliano Blanco. Kostüme, Gurruchaga 1585, Palermo Soho.
Today’s runway pick is Cosiendo Redes, which helps people of any age to work their way into the textiles industry. From the very young to those looking to re-enter the work arena, it’s a great opportunity to get some practical experience. BAF Week, 4pm, La Rural, Plaza Italia.
Today’s show of the day is Cora Groppa, a lady who’s been a staple on the design circuit for many years and is known for her voluminous style of women’s wear. Think elevated ruffs that appear to be held in place with plenty of hairspray. She brings her Anniversaire collection to the table this evening. BAF Week, 6pm, La Rural, Plaza Italia.
While Kostüme‘s unmissable show takes place at 6pm, the close of this AW2014 BAF goes to top dogs Garza Lobos. Fun, sexy and feminine sums up GL to a T. If you can get in to this final show, live it and love it. Then buy it. BAF Week, 8pm, La Rural, Plaza Italia.
Jazz fans, give a warm, spontaneous, round of applause. There’s a new music club in town. Bebop Club opens tonight, kicking off with Delfina Oliver and Artistry Big Band as the very first artists to appear onstage. Saturday night’s late session will be led by Maxi Trusso, the voice behind the massive Poncho track Please Me. Bebop Club, Moreno 364, San Telmo Tel: 4331-3409