As a passionate artist, the Fashion Design and Marketing graduate from CEDIM in Monterrey has woven her story since 2007 in the world of haute couture and national and international fashion shows.
Her creativity has illuminated television and adorned celebrities, while her spirit travels the world supporting Mexican beauty pageant contestants.
Currently, in Miss NL, she continues to paint with her style and elegance, keeping the flame of fashion alive.
Munay is the name of this new bridal collection designed for beach weddings. I drew significant inspiration from Mother Nature (Pachamama), incorporating bohemian, romantic, and delicate touches, and using organic materials like cotton and silk. Munay is a word of Quechua origin (indigenous people of the Inca Empire) and represents a state of consciousness characterized by love for creation, nature, oneself, and others. While Munay's essence is rooted in the Andes, I also drew influence from our indigenous ancestors, particularly the Mayans, especially in terms of their attire. I chose to take the concept of Munay as inspiration for this collection because it embodies three principles: first, the principle of reciprocal love with purpose, which includes walking together in the same direction regardless of our similarities or differences in body and soul; second, self-love; and third, love for creation.