Tijuana designer gets picked up by San Diego buyer

Olga Sanchez, one of the Tijuana designers who participated in San Diego Fashion Week, will be launching her women’s clothing line at Let’s Go7863 Girard Ave. in La Jolla this Saturday, Oct. 18, beginning at 4 p.m. with mannequin modeling.

*Fuegorosa launches at Let’s Go in La Jolla**
/Tijuana// clothing designer launches her first collection for Spring 2009/*

*Oct. 14, 2008; San Diego -* Even as the weather cools, San Diegans have Spring in their souls and one local designer has blessed the city with a line that will settle these fashion cravings. Mexican fashion genius, Olga Sanchez, is announcing the much-anticipated debut of her women’s clothing line, Fuegorosa, which will be sold at Let’s Go stores in San Diego. The Spring 2009 line will be featured in a not-to-be-missed event at Let’s Go this Saturday, Oct. 18, beginning at 4 p.m. with mannequin modeling.

“The lines features influences from the exotic and mysterious Mediterranean, colorful Andalusia and the elegance of French vintage chic” explains Sanchez. “But, most importantly, I wanted the line to feature the highest caliber of taste, quality and fit. Every piece is made with utmost care and attention to detail.”

Fuegorosa is created using a combination of unique painting techniques and vivid color.

This versatile line allows the pieces to be dressed up or toned down as each style maven pleases. Items can be paired together and with heels for a dressier look, or paired with denim and flats for a more casual feel.

Fuegorosa made its runway debut at Fashion Week San Diego. The official retail launch will occur on Saturday, October 18 at Let’s Go’s La Jolla location. In addition to a fashion show beginning at 6 p.m., the event will feature a live DJ and fashionable surprises.

Sanchez is the sole designer of Fuegorosa and currently resides in Tijuana, where she was born and raised. Sanchez attended school at Fashion Careers College in San Diego.

Individuals interested in more information about the event may contact Fuegorosa at (619) 273-6700 or _mail@fuegorosa.com_. For more information on the line, or to sneak a preview, visit the site at _www.fuegorosa.com_.


About Kinsee Morlan

Arts and web editor at San Diego CityBeat. Interested in art and the Tijuana/San Diego border.
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