Founder of MAPACHE and Blogger, Mexico.
Color or black Black
Marc Jacobs or Nicolas Ghesquiere Nicolas
Boy bag or classic Chanel Classic
Marguerita Missoni or Tatiana Santo Domingo Marguerita
Fashion icon Hanneli Mustaparta
Designer Isabel Marant
Favorite spot A coffe place where I can see cool street style looks
Guilty pleasure Taking Selfies
Musical, movie or carácter Hoy no me puedo levatar by Nacho Cano,I have seen it more than 15 times
Photographer Mario Testino
Perfume Chance de Chanel
Book Como agua para chocolate
Piece from your closet Stilettos negros
Mariana Padilla Sanchez, founder of the ceramic and design brand MAPACHE and editor of the blog Miss Mapache, has a bachelors degree in graphic design by Istituto Europeo di Design in Madrid. She grew up in Guadalajara, but living in Madrid allowed her to work as a model and as a graphics designer for Rolling Stone magazine. Currently, she is working hard on positioning her own projects worldwide and has plans to move to L.A.
Mariana loves Isabel Marant’s designs and is inspired by the style of fashion experts Giovanna Battaglia and Hanneli Mustaparta. She believes a woman with style is that who achieves to transmit who she is with simplicity. When talking about her style, a pair of denims, a blazer and a pair of tennis shoes is her favorite look. Clearly an easy and effortless look is always her way to go. “I don’t believe I have a defined style,” she said. “I could be classic one day, and totally bohemian the next.” Her closet is constantly changing and a black leather jacket is the first piece on her shopping list.
A lover of tea and an Instagram addict, Mariana’s passion is to share her fresh ideas through her blog. But her biggest mission is to take her work at MAPACHE to the next level. “I’d love it if the products created at the Tlaquepaque showroom could be found in any home around the world.”
Fashion is her hobby and her passion but creating art is her natural gift. The Fancy Archive is excited to share the amazing work of a great Mexican talent. So follow Mariana Padilla’s work at http://www.missmapache.com