Architecture & Fashion

Fashion and architecture came together in a fantastic event at the model unit of the impressive SLS Puerto Madero, the first major project of the Related Group – a leading US developer – in Argentina. At the event, the renowned Argentine designer, Gabriel Lage, presented the latest trends in fashion with haute couture dresses, offering his special vision of custom and totally handmade creations, and was attended by prestigious models who wore their impressive creations. For his part, Carlos Rosso, President of the Related Group Condominiums Division, spoke about the latest news in architecture and real estate. Also present was Patricia Chechik, creator of the Live In Studio, who were in charge of the design and interior design of the model unit of what will be the great luxury development, SLS Puerto Madero.

Gabriel Lage is established as one of the Argentine designers with the most projection in the world. He entered the fashion industry at an early age, adopting European techniques as his legacy, forging his prestigious career on the genuine concept of Haute Couture and the finest handwork. Its pieces are born from a unique and perfect creation process that combines design and craftsmanship. Different and exclusive lines of dresses and accessories, arise from muslin, silks, drapes, pearl and crystal embroidery, dyeing, paintings, colors in all their ranges. Materials specially chosen and recreated in the mind of the designer until the garment he imagines is materialized.

His exquisite imprint, based on the search for excellence, places him in that elite that faithfully represents the strict concept of Haute Couture, respecting the standards dictated by the Paris and Milan Chambers of Fashion. His stamp is unmistakable. Elegance, glamor and design, make up that triad that reveals its own style. A timeless craftsman. An Argentine pride, which transcends borders and dazzles the world. For its part, Live In is the architecture and interior design showroom of Brukman & Chechik, a studio of architects Sergio Brukman and Patricia Chechik, who completed thirty years of experience working in cities such as Buenos Aires, Punta del Este, New York, Chicago and Miami.

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Richard Mille