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Harper's Bazaar; New York Vol. 60, Iss.

Through delicate lines and fabulous silhouettes, the Peruvian illustrator captured the elegance and beauty of 1930s fashion. VOZ reminisces on the work of the multifaceted artist.

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The perils and powers of the term Latino.

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Mozhdeh Matin, founder and creator of the label, talks to VOZ about how she uses natural rubber from the Amazonian Shiringa tree in her winter collections.

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Six young Angelenos share their stories and tell us their opinion of the term Chicano.

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The Traders of the Seven Sisters Indoor Market talk to VOZ about why their market is irreplaceable and their current fundraiser to create a community hub.

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Brazilian photographer Helena de Araújo examines the significance of the untranslatable Portuguese word through her ongoing photographic project which will be exhibited in Rio de Janeiro in June 2021.

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The 27-year-old talks to VOZ about how he recreates paintings on garments with his Digitais technique —and tells us all about Célula Preta, a collective of Black fashion designers.

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The young designer explains why she left Chile to pursue fashion and tells VOZ about her ‘Altered Perceptions’ collection.

The knitwear designer talks to VOZ about not allowing herself to be limited by the stereotypes of a Latina designer and her latest collection ‘Dynamic Essentials’.

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When the Indigenous Shipibo community based in Cantagallo found themselves struggling amid the pandemic, sharing their art and culture helped them —and an entire city— heal.
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The designer writes exclusively for VOZ about his experience growing up in the diaspora and how this influences his work.

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Milton Rios is turning mundane scenarios into paintings full of colour and character.
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