World-renowned designer Gustavo Cadil is coming to Miami Art Week for the stars. He is launching his new collection, Salvaje, inspired by his love for the magic city. He gave Deco a sneak preview, so you’ll see it here first.
Gustavo Cadil is known for dressing everyone from Eva Longoria to Kim Kardashian and Gloria Estefan, but his creations took off after his partnership with Eva.
Gustavo Cadil: “I was watching TV shows, and I wanted to find a celebrity who was like crossover, Latin and American, and I got to Eva Longoria.
It was a match made in fashion heaven.
Gustavo has been designing clothes for as long as he can remember, and says he owes his skills to his grandparents.
Gustavo Cadil: “I grew up with my grandmother, she was like a seamstress, I grew up next to her, so I learned everything by sewing from her.”
Gregory Peck (as Professor David Pollock): “Actually, I don’t see many people dressed like that either.”
Sophia Loren (as Yasmin Azir): “Oh, do you like him?”
Gustavo gets his inspiration from old Hollywood glamour, and is bringing that touch of old glam to 305 in his new collection presented at Miami Art Week.
Gustavo Cadil: “Salvaje is my latest collection, and I love it because it’s all inspired by Miami. I love the weather, I love the colors, I love the ocean. I think it’s the number one place to be right now.
The designer gave us a glimpse at the Visionnaire furniture store. He says his line is bold, bright and full of shimmer. Basically, it’s different from what he’s done before.
Gustavo Cadil: “The difference here is that I have more freedom to create something sexier and more youthful.”
It’s his first time at Miami Art Week, and he’s excited to see people see it all come together.
Gustavo Cadil: “Everything is very colorful and very beautiful, and I think this is the right place to be.
You can catch Gustavo’s full set on December 1st at Popvision Studios in Wynwood. Click here to find out how to get tickets.
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