JOB-NATALIA CUERVO-Designer Look Book

JOB-NATALIA CUERVO-Designer Look Book

Congrats to our beautiful model Ami S. who modeled for Canadian Designer-Natalia Cuervo’s latest collection.

Natalia Cuervo is a Colombian born, Toronto based fashion designer whose label CORVUS won the 2010 Art of Fashion Competition for best exhibit.

Below are her designs for COURVUS -La Belle Epoque  modeled by our very own Amy S.  She also appears throughout Natalia Cuervo’s website. Photo credits go to Projected Life Photography and Olivia Ha Make-up.

 

 

Natalia Cuervo was born in Bogota, Colombia, where she always knew she wanted to be part of the fashion industry. In 2001 Natalia and her family immigrated to Canada, where she was able to follow her dreams and pursue and education in Fashion Design. In early 2010 she completed her design education at Ryerson University’s School of Fashion where she received a Bachelor of Design.

Her debut collection, titled Corvus, was presented at Ryerson’s Fashion Show Mass Exodus: In Bloom, as well as during Alternative Arts and Fashion Week in April 2010. In October 2010 Natalia participated in the Art of Fashion competition: La belle epoque where she was awarded the title of Best exhibit, as voted by the attending public.

Natalia has grown as a designer by gaining experience working for some of Toronto’s most talented designers. Her design aesthetic is always tailored, polished, feminine, and it is highly reflective of the influence of her traditional Latin American upbringing, as well as of her adoptive land, Canada.

 

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