Creative Director PINKBULL , México.
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Brunch Balthazar NYC
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Gabriela Ehrenberg Inzunza, creative director at the accessories brand PINKBULL, has a bachelor’s degree in fashion and textile design by Centro University. She also has studied different courses such as art history, photography, and make up. After working as fashion coordinator at Vogue Mexico and Latin America, Gaby decided to become a freelance stylist. Her qualified skills gave her the opportunity to work at brands of the likes of Swarovski, Baylis, GQ, Vogue Mexico and Latin America, Chanel and many fashion blogs.
“Pink Bull was born about four years ago with an idea that was slowly polished,” she said. “After a lot of meticulous work, we were able to clarify matters and release the entire collection that consists of handbags, accessories and shoes.” Three partners, Leticia Rodriguez, Christiane Ehrenberg and Gaby, integrate the brand. But as creative director, Gaby is responsible of PINKBULL’s amazing designs. She takes care of absolutely everything that involves the product design, from the concept, the design process, to the packaging and wrapping and even of the visual display.
“PINKBULL is the result of my passion and dedication of designing a visually aesthetic and high quality product,” she said. “The most special thing of being a designer is the whole creative process: having an idea, capturing it on a piece of paper, and admiring the final result. It’s amazing to see your hard work become a reality.”
But that’s not all. Gaby has one of the most envied styles. Even though she agrees her style is constantly changing quite a bit, her bohemian personality is always embodied in her looks. She likes to dress in a way she can express who she is. For her, style is not only about trends, but also about feeling comfortable and being true to her essence. She’s passionate about fashion and design but quality is an important concept when she is playing dress up. She is a huge fan of bloggers. She agrees they give the readers the opportunity to be part of a fashion conversation and create an independent opinion. They are the link between fashion and people. For Gaby, there is a strong connection between fashion and art, as they both make people feel emotions.
“It’s a way of letting people know who you are through a beautiful and creative approach,” she said.
At her early age she is already a key component within the fashion industry. The Fancy Archive is eager to follow Gabriela´s work as stylist and designer.