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7 Latin American fashion designers to have on your radar, according to Luxury Stores at Amazon

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Amazon luxury stores and the Latin American Fashion Summit (LAFS) have collaborated to bring some of the best Latin American designers to customers, including Alexandre Birman, Silvia Tcherassi, Adriana Degreas and Maygel Coronel. From shoes and beachwear to finely crafted jewelry, the striking designs represent a variety of cultures and styles.

“Latin America is so rich in culture and entrepreneurship,” said Tamara Lazzarotto, senior business development manager for Luxury Stores at Amazon. “As a Latina from Brazil, it was close to my heart to introduce these designers and their unique stories to our Luxury Stores customers, and to be a part of the amazing LAFS community that Estefanía co-founded. [Lacayo] and Samantha [Tams] have nurtured.”

“I have known Estefania and Samantha since the beginning of LAFS, and have always been proud to support their community,” said Trisha Gregory, brand director for Luxury Stores at Amazon. “I am excited to bring the LAFS community and luxury Latin American fashion and beauty brands to Luxury Stores customers.”

Launched in 2018, LAFS was created by entrepreneurs Lacayo and Tams as an omnichannel platform with a mission to elevate and enrich the Latin American fashion and design industry.

“As an entrepreneur, it has been a great honor for LAFS to collaborate with Luxury Stores on Amazon, curating the best of Latin design for their customers,” said Tams.

“It has been a wonderful opportunity to collaborate with Luxury Stores at Amazon to highlight some of the beautiful talent coming out of Latin America and show their customers the craftsmanship coming out of our region and the LAFS community,” added Lacayo.

Explore some of our favorite designers from Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico, Puerto Rico and more, all available in luxury stores on Amazon. To learn more about brands, read about their background and values, in their own words, below.

adriana grees

adriana grees is one of the world’s leading luxury beachwear brands. Adriana is widely recognized for her unique designs (contemporary pieces with a retro twist) and flattering looks. She blends cool-chic Brazilian style with innovative shapes and cuts. Think of it as the new harvest. the designer’s couture bathroom The concept is a new milestone for swimwear. Offers a touch of haute couture to swimwear and beachwear, offering women a sophisticated and stylish collection of designs to wear in the tropics, summer destinations and beyond.

Alexander Birman

With modest beginnings in a shoe factory, the Alexander Birman The brand was born out of a love of process: an understanding of solid construction, the use of exquisite materials, and an artist’s eye for aesthetics. The result is footwear that marries the brand’s rich Brazilian tradition, infused with spirit, sensuality and sophistication, and an artisan’s passion for craftsmanship.

house of bo

Gender neutral fragrance manufacturer house of bo it is built on the foundation of transparency, environmental responsibility, fair working conditions and positive relationships with local communities. Cruelty-free ingredients come from organic farms. Everything, from the bottles to the packaging, is handmade. The bottle caps are even hand-sculpted by local Mexican artisans from reclaimed natural travertine marble stone. These unique pieces can also be used as paperweights or incense holders.

colonel maygel

Founded in 2017 in Cartagena, Colombia, colonel maygel is a brand for women and life in the sun. Drawing inspiration from her hometown of Cartagena, where the beach meets luxury, Coronel designed a collection that translates effortlessly from day to night. The color, volume and shape offer a Latin style for the Cartagena woman. Coronel extends the life of each garment through functional designs that can be worn beyond the beach, bridging the gap between reading clothes and swimwear.

Silvia Cherassi

Silvia Cherassi has been one of the leading figures in Colombian fashion for 35 years. She has exhibited in Milan and Paris, and has received one of France’s highest honors, the Officier de L’Ordre Arts et Lettres, a distinction given to leaders of the international artistic community for their “contribution and commitment to cultural service.” The Tcherassi label combines traditional Colombian craftsmanship with internationally minded modern luxury design. The designer was born in Colombia, on the Caribbean coast, so resort wear is a focus, but Tcherassi is equally adept at creating clothes for urban day and night.

Sensi Studio

Stephany Sensi, designer of Sensi Studio, graduated from Istituto Marangoni in Milan in 2006. This was the beginning of her career in fashion. She returned to Ecuador (her birthplace of hers) and launched Sensi Studio. Inspired by the craftsmanship of local artisans, she started a collection of genuine Panama hats, bags, and beachwear. Sensi works closely with artisans developing their own original and authentic products with a modern twist and contemporary approach.


Handmade jewelry line deaf, by the New York-based designer Mónica Sordo, was born almost 10 years ago from a round trip; a trip back to her native Caracas, Venezuela, where she developed her first creations in her father’s industrial workshop. This inspired her to create bold, sculptural pieces in voluminous forms with dynamic proportions. If she is looking for unique statement jewelry, deaf is for you. The collection recalls the designer’s Caribbean memories: Sordo said that her work implies the search for permanence in design beyond a moment in time. These are timeless pieces that exist between sculpture and art collections.

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