Rosita Hurtado Breath of Freedom Collection

Rosita Hurtado: Breath of Freedom Collection

Rosita Hurtado brings us Breath of Freedom, a journey through art that transcends boundaries, evoking emotions and inspiring imagination.

By Carlos Pardo

Updated 03:30 pm EDT, May 31, 2023

Published 12:16 am EST, January 7, 2023

Photo Credits

Creative Director: CARLOS PARDO
PHOTOGRAPHER: Limbergh Ibañez
MAKE-UP: Beauty Glam
MODELs: Camila Ribera, Camila Manzano, Mariana Datzer
ACCESSORIES: Joyería Carrasco

The prestigious designer Rosita Hurtado brings us Breath of Freedom, a new collection that was presented during her traditional gala in Miami. This year, the Latin Angels Foundation and the Tom Ransey Foundation joined forces to coordinate organizations, companies, and individuals with a big heart to raise funds for the construction of classrooms and an auditorium and supply musical instruments for the Chiquitana Baroque Music School in Bolivia.

Rosita Hurtado Breath of Freedom Collection
Rosita Hurtado's Breath of Freedom Collection

The acclaimed fashion producer Carlos Pardo produced Rosita Hurtado’s Breath of Freedom collection. Carlos’ creative vision and impeccable style have revolutionized the Bolivian fashion industry. Carlos has established himself as one of the country’s references and a driving force in fashion. Known for his exceptional and dramatic style, Carlos merges timeless elegance with innovation. Carlos Pardo is a force to be reckoned with, delivering breathtaking imagery redefining fashion.

The photographs were taken in Concepción, a beautiful small town in Santa Cruz de la Sierra – Bolivia, part of the missionary circuit established by Unesco as a world heritage site.

Chiquitania is a captivating region located in the eastern lowlands of Bolivia, known for its rich cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes, and vibrant biodiversity. This unique region encompasses a vast expanse of tropical dry forests, rolling hills, and picturesque rivers, offering visitors a truly immersive experience in nature. What sets Chiquitania apart is its distinctive blend of indigenous and colonial influences, evident in its charming towns and centuries-old Jesuit mission churches. These architectural marvels, designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, showcase the fusion of European and indigenous craftsmanship. The warmth and hospitality of the local inhabitants, coupled with their deep-rooted traditions and vibrant festivals, further add to the allure of Chiquitania, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking a captivating cultural and natural exploration in Bolivia.

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