Pararemos Todo


Ser Mujer en Lationamérica - Identidad


10 pósters para alzar la voz en el paro de mujeres el próximo 9 de marzo



Direction & Concept : Débora Rodam
Photography: Sol Bela
Typography: Álvaro Franca
Stylist Assistant: Jenny Tran
MUA: Catalina



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Wekafore


Inside The Wekaforé Universe  


Afro-primitive-futuristic functional-disco activewear



Set Designer: Débora Rodríguez
Styling: Rebeca Sueiro
Photo: Viri Morandi





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My Barrio


Mi Casa es Tu Casa 


A common saying to invite someone into your house and allow them to make themselves at home



Art Direction & Costume Designer: Débora Rodríguez                                          Photo: Silvia  Gil-Roldán 






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Hair Stories


A Celebration of Black
Women's Versatility


"The world would be very boring
if we were all the same."



Costume Designer: Débora Rodríguez  / Photo: Sol Bela





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"We are not fashion, we are culture."
























A Rebel With
A Cause


Converse



Cause //

a principle, aim, or movement to which one
is committed and which one is prepared to
defend or advocate. 



Costume Designer: Débora Rodríguez  /  Photo: Sol Bela




































What is your
favorite color?


Live In the Present



What’s your favorite color?
It’s you
I would have never known unless
I saw the light meet your face that morning.

Neither of us are early risers,
but i couldn’t waste a second.

Your color was serene.
It was the light’s reflection of a summer
enveloped by two people
in love with right now



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BUSHWAZEE 


Welcome to the
African Disco



Derived from the word 'Bourgeoisie' or 'Bourgeois'
refers to a non-western man or woman who has been forced to adopt European civility into his or her lifestyle.

In the spirit of Bushwazee, we invite you to put on
your most extravagant clothes, a high chin and dancing shoes and come to the African disco.



Costume Designer: Débora Rodríguez  /  Photo: Sol Bela