Are You Ready to Be a Peacock? [Video]

Women in fashion.

Join Latin Biz Today’s director of community relations and fashion lead, Tina Trevino, as she hosts 5 fashion and beauty industry experts to discuss how we see fashion moving forward through this new lens after a year and a half of cultural changes.

This is the second in this fashion series, find part one here:The Beauty of Comfort [Video] Part 1

As we finally emerge from our pandemic bubbles this summer to enjoy social gatherings and make plans, everyone has a different viewpoint about their individual level of comfort and security in the choices they make regarding travel, mask-wearing, fashion, quality of life, and how they present themselves to the world.

One of the best catch-phrases I’ve heard during this time of re-entering the social arena is “peacocking.” It speaks volumes about who is comfortable about getting out into the world and showing their style and individuality through fashion, hairstyle, beauty, travel plans, new gadgets…or whatever ways we use to express our unique flair. These are the people who have been anxiously awaiting this summer season to re-emerge and experience the new normal.

On the other hand, there are also many who have suffered the hardships of being sole caregivers to children and elderly family members who may be suffering from exhaustion, financial stress, and even negative self-image from having gained a bit of weight during the pandemic. There are also those who have suffered the loss of family members and friends  and are still dealing with feelings of grief.  Some people have been in isolation and suffering with depression. All of these individuals may still fearful about health and safety when it comes to dealing with the pandemic.

There are still so many questions and unknowns about how we deal with the coronavirus and its variants as we move forward in our lives. The landscape continues to shift and change, but we’ve learned a lot during this time about our abilities to adapt and live our lives in the best way possible.

Join Latin Biz Today’s director of community relations and fashion lead, Tina Trevino, as she hosts 5 fashion and beauty industry experts to discuss how we see fashion moving forward through this new lens after a year and a half of cultural changes.

In Part 2, we start our discussion with “Are You Ready to be a Peacock?”

Tina is joined by:

Emme: Iconic supermodel, body positivity advocate and Executive Life Coach.

Ceñia Paredes: Owner, CEO and Designer of Cenia New York

Tracy Gold: Personal Stylist, YouTube influencer, and QVC presenter

Melinda Huff: Owner, CEO and Designer of Mirame Swimwear

Evan Elkowitz: Fashion stylist, writer and advocate for Cuban design and art

Related content:

The Beauty of Comfort [Video] Part 1

Turning Your Skills Fashion Sense Into a Career- Part 1 [Video]

Time to Think about Fashion in a Post-Pandemic Era

‘Fashion After 40’ – Feeling Good About Yourself and the Clothes You Wear [Video]

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