|This is one of the entrance in a show, I love this picture. Maybe my first one.|
I don't know where I should start.
It's a huge step for me: from Xochimilco (that's the place where I am from in Mexico City) or from an Engineering career to one of my biggest dreams the New York Fashion Week.
|My ID's to access to the shows|
I looked for that opportunity for months and after some ups and downs I found a volunteering position. I collaborated like dresser, this means that I was behind the scenes taking care of the collection of each designer and dressing the models that were in the runway.
|WOW I'M IN THE WEBSITE OF NYFW... http://mbfashionweek.com/gallery/ny-asia-fashion-collection-backstage-mercedes-benz-fashion-week-fall-2015|
Let's make it easy, 10 things that I learned:
1. When you are in backstage, you have to sign a confidentiality agreement which says:
"...there will be no posting to blogs, Facebook, Twitter accounts, personal websites or any other electronic media regarding anything to do with Fashion Week. No photography is allowed backstage or speaking to the media. Violating this agreement may result in immediate dismissal from the team. You will be asked to sign the written agreement at your first show."
Now you know why I didn't post anything.
2. Models are shorter than me (My height: 1.80 cm (6 ft)) waaa hahaha. Point for me :D