"While Prada usually  uses the hottest models du jour to show off their goods, for these  sunnies–Prada is calling them “Minimal-Baroque”–they turned to fashion  illustrators, “To underscore the uniqueness and creativity which lie  behind the production of these accessories Prada has opted to given an  account of eyewear through the work of three illustrators…Ivo Bisignano,  Marcela Gutierrez and Andrea Tarella,”"

"While Prada usually uses the hottest models du jour to show off their goods, for these sunnies–Prada is calling them “Minimal-Baroque”–they turned to fashion illustrators, “To underscore the uniqueness and creativity which lie behind the production of these accessories Prada has opted to given an account of eyewear through the work of three illustrators…Ivo Bisignano, Marcela Gutierrez and Andrea Tarella,”"

"While Prada usually  uses the hottest models du jour to show off their goods, for these  sunnies–Prada is calling them “Minimal-Baroque”–they turned to fashion  illustrators, “To underscore the uniqueness and creativity which lie  behind the production of these accessories Prada has opted to given an  account of eyewear through the work of three illustrators…Ivo Bisignano,  Marcela Gutierrez and Andrea Tarella,”"

"While Prada usually uses the hottest models du jour to show off their goods, for these sunnies–Prada is calling them “Minimal-Baroque”–they turned to fashion illustrators, “To underscore the uniqueness and creativity which lie behind the production of these accessories Prada has opted to given an account of eyewear through the work of three illustrators…Ivo Bisignano, Marcela Gutierrez and Andrea Tarella,”"

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About:

Fashion Designer and Illustrator

www.marcelagutierrez.com

Marcela Gutierrez was born in Florida in 1978 and raised in Guatemala City, Guatemala until she was 18 years old. Pursuing her interest in sketch illustration, she enrolled in Architecture in Monterrey, Mexico only to find herself merging into Graphic Design after two years. Academic and creative wanderlust lead to an intersection of color and design theory with figure drawing where she realized fashion was her true and consistent passion throughout her study.

Following the steps of her favorite designers Alexander McQueen and John Galliano Marcela enrolled at Central Saint Martins in London and while studying, interned in New York for Marc Jacobs, Nylon Magazine and Luisa Beccaria (Milan). After graduating as a fashion designer, she took the opportunity to collaborate and work with Alexander McQueen and John Galliano. Currently, Marcela lives and works as a freelance illustrator, designer and stylist.

Contact!

info@marcelagutierrez.com

Clients include: Harpers Bazaar, Prada, Fendi, Loewe, Carolina Herrera New York, Pull & Bear, Ellesse, Andres Sarda, Oysho, Freixenet, Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, Metal Magazine, etc...

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