Photographer: Ashley Frangie
Jeans or skirts: Jeans
Alexander Wang or Phillip Lim: Both
Paris or Milan: Paris
Sea or snow: Both
Fashion icon: María Félix
Designer: Phoebe Philo and Dries Van Noten and Stella McCartney.
New upcoming designer: Yakampot – Francisco Cancino
Favorite spot: In New York Ninth Street Espresso or McNally Jackson Books
My home, of course
Dessert: Carrot cake from Belmondo.
Guilty pleasure: Dish washing
Movie: Woody Allen’s movies
Character: Peggy Guggenheim and Frida Kahlo
Blog: I like a lot! Specially Jjjjound.com
Photographer: Can’t choose just one! Ryan McGynley, Mark Borthwick, Glen Luchford and I really like the work from Mexicans Pablo López Luz and Jonás Romo
Perfume: Santal 33, Tom Ford Oud Wood and Damasck Rose oil.
Book: I am reading the work of Charles Bukowski and Elena Poniatowska
Piece from your closet: Biker Leather Jacket and Acne’s Pistol Booties and Remigio’s huipiles.
Boutique worth stopping by: Sioux at la Colonia Juárez and
Taxonomía in la Cuauhtémoc
Must have item from your fashion editor kit: My iPhone
Fashion Consultant Pamela Ocampo Gómez has a bachelor’s degree in communications graduated from TEC de Monterrey. She first submerged into the fashion industry by working in the PR teams of various fashion brands. Her spontaneity and her ability to forecast trends made her a perfect candidate for an editorial career. After working at ELLE Mexico, she went on to be fashion director at Harper’s Bazaar Mexico. Since 2013 she was appointed as Editor-in-Chief of the French high-end fashion magazine L’Officiel in Mexico.
Pamela has been involved with fashion ever since she can remember. “I’ve loved fashion since I was a little girl,” she said. “As you grow up, you start to listen to your heart. During my first shooting and Fashion Week in New York, my heart was beating so fast I knew I was on the right path.” She enjoys her work for the simple reason of not having a routine. She loves that every single day at work is unique and always exciting. She is constantly learning and meeting new talents.
Pamela loves magazines, fashion, design, books, music and blogs.She likes running marathons, drink tea and enjoy a good coffee. But traveling and discovering new places are what she enjoys the most. Her style could be defined as modernist meets tomboy. But the interesting twists she always adds to her looks make us do a double take. Her main purpose is to inspire women. For her, a woman with style is one who gets it. It’s as simple as that, with no complications; it’s just something natural.
The Fancy Archive admires the talented, determined and always sweet Pamela, as well as her way of embracing the art of styling. Keep an eye on her work – she said the best is yet to come.