What do you like about being Latina?
One of the things I like most about my nationality is how determined and empowered the Latin woman is. We are fierce, energetic and very warm, but in turn we also fight for our rights with a lot of effort every day, encouraging other women with different cultures around the world.
What does fashion mean to you and how would you define your style?
Fashion is an art, it is a form of expression.
From how a person dresses we can identify many factors, such as knowing if that person is happy, sad, or what their personality is like. Colors play a very important role as well. My style is very classic and elegant. Many people think that I dress too "serious" to be 22 years old, but I love it. It perfectly reflects the person I am.
Who is your fashion icon?
I don't really just follow someone specific, I like to take inspiration from many designers and models, but my only fashion icon is myself. Everything I take I adapt to who I am. I don't follow trends unless I really like them and I'm always faithful to what my heart likes.
How does your culture influence your personal style?
Argentina is a very free country and girls of my age dress very differently from me. For example, they wear a lot of jeans, casual clothes, t-shirts with shorts, minis and crop tops, which I think is excellent, but personally, I don't like jeans and tops.
What I like is to dress more conservatively because I feel comfortable and identified with this, I love wearing long dresses, shirts with princess sleeves, skirts down to the knee, etc.
If your life was a movie, what should be the title?
Definitely "The Adventures of Rosie."
Despite being young, my journey has been long. My stories are always worth listening to and very interesting. From all of them I have learned a lot and I am extremely grateful for my experiences.
What actresses or models do you think have the best style?
I follow Misses a lot, I love Mariem Velazco, Andrea Toscano and Ninoska Vasquez.
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