Mexican Fashion Designer, Ricardo Seco takes a Political Stand for Fall 2017

Ricardo Seco’s Fall 2017 collection has multiple inspirations —New York, the immigrant’s condition, the political tensions between the United States and Mexico— all these have a common factor: that the strength found in union is constituted by multiplicity. New York is a creative topology because it is a place of encounter of perspectives, aspirations, desires. The […] Click to read more »

Thank you Bourdain for Reminding Us of the Original Celebrity Chef, Jeremiah Tower in New Documentary – TFF Premiere

It’s time for the world to know Jeremiah Tower: one of the original leaders in elevating California Cuisine, gastronomy and the man who turned the restaurant into a fabulous stage. It took a rebel like Anthony Bourdain to recognize and acknowledge Tower, who seemingly fell off the face of the planet, except for a brief, and […] Click to read more »

Mexican Designer, Ricardo Seco Expands His Scope to Include Womenswear and Draws Inspiration from the Wixárika Tribe for Spring 2015

Ricardo Seco  drew inspiration from the Wixárika Indian tribe of Mexico drawing the vibrant colors of this indigenous culture as colorful accents against his black, white and gray palette for Spring 2015. We were fascinated by the urban use of leather, drop crotch pants and cut-out fabrics that gave the look a city vibe with […] Click to read more »