I have the pleasure to share my interview with one of Merida, Mexico’s most innovative and creative fashion designers Kika Rodriguez.
With over 20 years in the fashion industry Kika`s inspiring couture collections are colorful, intricate and custom-made. Her designs are both a mix of cutting-edge creativity and traditions deeply rooted in the Yucatecan culture. She works intimately with the local artisans and is an advocate of paying the Mayan embroiders a fair wage and providing them a fair working environment. She dresses people from all over the world.
Check out the exclusive video below with Kika Rodriguez brought to you by Stephanie Carmon and Tin Castro from MID CityBeat.
By Stephanie Carmon, “language lover” is an English and Spanish language professional with over 18 years of experience teaching and providing clients with effective communication skills. She works both online and in person with companies and individual learners and from Mexico, Russia, U.S. and Canada as a freelance language consultant, translator, interpreter and teacher. She currently lives in Mérida, Yucatan.
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