“Latin Ignition” from Emilio Estefan and Consuelo Vanderbilt Set to Light Up NYFW

Groundbreaking Social Network SohoMuse teams with Grammy Winning Producers to Create a Groundbreaking Show at the

Guggenheim Museum

 

Grammy-winning producer Emilio Estefan will unite during New York Fashion Week with Consuelo Vanderbilt’s trailblazing social network, SohoMuse, to present the groundbreaking show “Latin Ignition – The Magic of Art.”

On September 8th, hundreds of notable attendees will gather at Manhattan’s landmark Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum to witness the incredible platform along with Estefan Enterprises, Inc. present the thrilling work of designers Alvin Valley, Laura Garcia, Nabys Vielman, and Cesar Galindo.

The collections will hit the runway in the hallow halls of the art institute as Los Rabanes and DJ Hex Hector perform before a captivated audience.

The grand talents of all involved will showcase a movement that highlights the work of some of the most prolific Latino artisans in the world today. And, to add to the profound experience, the producers will take nearly unheard-of measures to appropriately make sure that each worker – not just designers and models, but also behind the scenes hair and make-up artists are financially compensated for the show. Highlighting a deep appreciation for the art world and fashion industry, Estefan and Consuelo are making waves during NYFW that will be positively felt around the planet that dazzle with much-needed levels of inclusivity.

The Latin American market makes up some 18% of the World’s population and therefore 1/5th of the World’s creative energy.  This all-Latin event aims to tap this talent and ignite a broader appreciation of what Latin style and fashion are about.

Sponsors of the event include Keystone National Properties (KNPRE) and JP Morgan Chase & Co.

Last year SohoMuse produced “Ignite the Runway,” which featured fashion, music, art, and tech succinctly woven into a tapestry of visual eye candy. Participating fashion designers included Victor de Souza, In Earnest by Byron Lars & Sheila Gray, Celestino by Sergio Guadarrama & Kade Johnson, Argenis and Manuel Tiscareno.

SohoMuse since its inception has supported the global community of creatives and always serves up experiential evenings, online master glasses as well as symposiums that showcase the multiple verticals of creativity and topical issues of the modern world.

In addition, this November 6th, 2023 at the University of Miami career day event, Emilio Estefan will be the A-List mentor aiming to highlight the creative industry and the opportunities it can offer, along with Transact.

About SohoMuse:

SohoMuse is the premier online community for creative professionals. It is a destination for creative professionals to represent themselves, connect with each other, find work opportunities, learn, teach, and develop their careers.

SohoMuse focuses on the main sectors of the Global Creative Industry: architecture and related services; creative goods and products; entertainment and digital media; fashion and fine arts and performing arts. Among the career roles in SohoMuse’s target member base: writers; actors and performers; graphic and visual designers; illustrators; photographers; music supervisors; sound engineers; video/film and TV producers; creative directors and game designers. SohoMuse enables creatives to expand their networks and opportunities, source and hire top talent, and collaborate with other creatives in one secure and trusted online environment, from anywhere around the globe. SohoMuse provides all the networking tools creatives need to promote projects, source talent, share and sell services.

About Consuelo Vanderbilt:

Most recently appearing in an exclusive article in “Elysian Magazine,” Consuelo Vanderbilt was listed as one of the most influential and inspirational women in New York City today. The American singer, composer, songwriter, actress, spokesmodel, entrepreneur and philanthropist was born in New York and is a maternal descendant of the legendary Vanderbilt family. Delving into the arts at a young age, she has been a fierce presence in the industry for decades.

Carving her own path through her ventures in music and business, she has been featured in “Vogue,” “Town & Country,” “Paper,” just to name a few that highlighted her many accomplishments. As a successful musician, Consuelo has performed around the world and shared stages with such music luminaries as Vanessa Carlton, Mya and Joe Cocker. She landed her first record deal at the age of 21, and later, founded her own record label C&R Productions in 2010.

Shortly thereafter, her first four singles landed her in the Top 20 on the Billboard Dance Charts. Her debut single “Naked” spent 16 weeks on the charts, while her follow-up “Feel So Alive” earned her Billboard’s #2 Breakout Artist honor. In 2014, her hit, “Body Needs,” broke Billboard’s Top 5, and the following year, Consuelo’s highly anticipated pop dance album I’m Just Me dropped in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, as well as the United States. Consuelo is well known in the fashion industry, and in 2015, teamed up with powerhouse network HSN to launch Homage by Consuelo Vanderbilt. The pearl jewelry collection was inspired by an engagement ring she inherited from her great grandmother, Consuelo Vanderbilt Earl, which is thought to have once belonged to Consuelo, the Duchess of Marlborough.

As a successful entrepreneur, her latest venture of the networking platform SohoMuse is widely considered the premier professional network for the creative industries that aims to become the trusted source for the global creative community. As a creative herself, the site has been developed by creatives for the creative. For more information, please visit www.sohomuse.com


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