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hahaha REALLY akward!! (perdon por no mencionarte pero como no eres tan activo en el foro no sabiamos de ti jaja)

so well i think insted of underrating our country, lets put it in a higgher position, i mean its where we live, where we were born! so please people please avoid doing bad commetns about mexico, i respct your opinions and i know we are not Powerful but we have lots of other things the other country's dont have and i mean good things dont come with the pollution stuff and so haha its not funny.... anyway as for me ,Im proud of my school and my ideas are not same or even close to those you Sgaspar posted haha so just a few years and we three(yes you too sgaspar lol) will make something to change Fashion in mexico.... all said
As long as you don't end up doing "Quince Años" dresses xD it's all fine. I don't like edgardo luengas, I HATE Héctor Terrones and Armando Mafud, and I think that Sarah Bustani is the worst thing that could happen to our country xD, but there are also new designers that are starting to make fashion in Mexico something better, like Marvin&Quetzal, Teamo Fashion, Julia y Renata, Paola Hernández and many more. I just hope that they keep evolving in time and bringing something new to Mexico and don't get stuck in what they're doing right now.

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Well, this is fashion schoolS in mexico so maybe we have to point out other schools (sorry aaron95). Im not going to talk about my school since im pretty disappointed and actually want to change schools, yeah, like that.

Theres one school in Guadalajara UNICO, actually that was my second choice when i was thinking about studying fashion. The fashion movement in Gdl is getting pretty interesting, thanks to this school. One of the people who graduated from here, Clara Gonzalez is actually good. She won a national contest held by mexican elle and Carolina Herrera herself.

She is no McQueen but her style appeals to me very much. Very clean cut, elegant, pretty and feminine. Not everything has to be over the top, everything else in this country is over the top already.

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As long as you don't end up doing "Quince Años" dresses xD it's all fine. I don't like edgardo luengas, I HATE Héctor Terrones and Armando Mafud, and I think that Sarah Bustani is the worst thing that could happen to our country xD, but there are also new designers that are starting to make fashion in Mexico something better, like Marvin&Quetzal, Teamo Fashion, Julia y Renata, Paola Hernández and many more. I just hope that they keep evolving in time and bringing something new to Mexico and don't get stuck in what they're doing right now.
haha i aslko DONt like that style!! but we done have as you said good designers haha guillermo leon is nice, Helguera is really good, Desiree navarro is not a designer but she is pretty important so we do have talented people (thos are graduates from JK just as a funny fact haha) so everyne has their own style but sadly the worst are the ones that were given the spotlight but that will change im sure!!

And Daniellat those are pretty cool!! i lvoe the minidress!! lets make mexicn fashion improveeeee!!

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haha i aslko DONt like that style!! but we done have as you said good designers haha guillermo leon is nice, Helguera is really good, Desiree navarro is not a designer but she is pretty important so we do have talented people (thos are graduates from JK just as a funny fact haha) so everyne has their own style but sadly the worst are the ones that were given the spotlight but that will change im sure!!

And Daniellat those are pretty cool!! i lvoe the minidress!! lets make mexicn fashion improveeeee!!
I know there are good designers at JK, the sad thing is that the ones that make it big are the ones that suck xD.

You can't forget Francisco Saldaña from Malafacha!!!!!. I don't know a lot about most graduates from JK but Francisco is greaaat!!! Both of them are great, Francisco and Victor, though I'm not sure whether Victor is from JK or not. I ADORE Malafacha haha

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victor is not designer he is "comunicador visual" haha and yes francisco is really good!! i adore malafacha too!! haha and indeed its sad the famous are the bad ones haha anyway people is aware of that i think...

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There's another school in Monterrey, it's called CEDIM http://www.cedim.com.mx/ i really don't know much about the school but the webpage seems nice and i'm almost sure it has a more contemporary aproach to fashion than those schools mentioned before. So good luck and please keep us informed on what your final decision is.

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i think cedim is a REALLY good school!!! Of the best in the country I would say

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well, what can i say. im truly disappointed at cedim, after being there for three years i just changed schools and going next semester to UdeM's fashion program, theyre much bigger and have so much more to offer than cedim, much more projects and stuff. im really excited about this, i would not recommend cedim, not at all. It was one of the best schools indeed but they are having big problems right now, with students, with teachers, its just awful.

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ooh i had great thoughts about it!! why dont you try casa d francian pr why not JK? centro is also good and theres one called Gestalt in veracruz

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reason number one is because i like living here in mty =) i love the city and my bf also lives here so...haha im going to paris or maybe london after i fnish anyways and im already on the 6th sem out of 9, its not too far away though. I have high hopes about udem but well see. ill keep you guys posted on how is the school and the projects and stuff.

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ok that would be nice!! anyway i wish you the best of lucks!!

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Well as much as I love fashion I ended up studying Graphic Design because none of the fashion programs here appealed to me and I wanted to have a broader knowledge in case I wanted to do something non fashion related. I really love GD and I'm taking a 'speciality' course at my school in fashion design next semester. High hopes.

I wish fashion was taken more seriously here too, I do agree some designers are good but most are not up to the level of worldwide fashion designers. it's sad and a harsh but true.

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Hey everyone!
I know this thread is a little old but I'm thinking about moving to Mexico.
I currently live in the United States and fashion is something I always wanted to do. What schools do you think would be good for a person like me with a mostly English background? I am Mexican but I haven't been back since I was seven. Would it be difficult?

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