Instagram

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Travels with Chufy - BA


Sofia Sanchez de Betak llego al pais para presentar su nuevo libro "Travels with Chufy". El evento se realizo en el Museo Malba donde dio una breve charla que continuo con la firma del libro. Al evento asistio su familia, Matilda Blanco (critica de moda) y la primera dama, Juliana Awada, entre otros.

A principios de Junio se presento el libro en Bergdorf Goodman, Nueva York,  junto con una coleccion de ropa inspirada en Argentina. Continuo en su otra ciudad Paris desde Colette y en Barcelona, hasta llegar a Buenos Aires. Si queres saber mas de la coleccion, anteriormente publicamos nuestra reseña que podes leer aca.

En el libro, la it girl comparte sus viajes mas inspiradores. Tiene mucha experiencia en viajes ya que proviene de una familia viajera, y con los años ha realizado distintos tipos de viajes, tanto de mochilera en la montaña como estadias en modernos rascacielos. Aunque todavia no lo lei, ya lo estuve hojeando y se que me va a gustar. Me llama mucho la atencion el contraste entre destino y destino. Pasas de una metropolis al desierto seguido de la costa pasando por un pintoresco pueblo. Las imagenes logran capturar la esencia de cada ciudad a la perfeccion. Hay un numero equilibrado de paisajes y fotos turisticas que te trasladan a cada lugar. Los destinos elegidos por Chufy incluyen Positano, Tokyo, Marruecos, Garzon y algunas ciudades Argentinas como Entre Rios, Mendoza y Patagonia.

Chufy es una persona muy talentosa, destacada mundialmente por su trabajo. Aunque es mas reconocida por la moda, es muy interesante ver que no se queda con eso y se embarca en su otra pasion, viajar. Fue un gusto poder conocerla y charlar ya que es muy simpatica. Incluso se puso muy contenta cuando le conte que tenia un blog. Imaginense mi emocion! Y no dejen de mirar su outfit: pollera larga transparente, sweater tejido y biker de cuero con botas negras.

A continuacion les dejo algunas imagenes del evento y no dejen de mirar mis redes sociales donde les voy a contar mas del libro a medida que lo vaya leyendo. Va a ser un lujo ya que esta dedicado a OrneLGA... o La Guardia Airport.



\\



Sofia Sanchez de Betak came to Argentina to present her new book "Travels with Chufy". The event was held at the Malba Museum where she gave a brief talk continued by the signing of the book. Her family, Matilda Blanco (fashion critic) and the first lady, Juliana Awada, were among the few invited.

In early June the book was presented at Bergdorf Goodman, New York, along with a collection of Argentine inspired clothing. It continue in her other home, Paris at Colette and in Barcelona, ​​and it finally arrived at Buenos Aires. If you want to know more about the collection, we previously published our review that you can read here.

In the book, she shares her most inspiring journeys. She has a lot of experience in travel since she comes from a traveling family, and over the years has been able to make different types of trips, both as a backpacker in the mountains and stays in modern skyscrapers. Although I haven't properly read it, I've been browsing it and I know I'm going to like it. The contrast between destination and destination is very striking. It goes from a metropolis to the desert followed by the coast passing by a picturesque village. The images manage to capture the essence of each city to perfection. There is a balanced number of landscapes and touristic photos that take you to each place. The destinations chosen by Chufy include Positano, Tokyo, Morocco, Garzon and some Argentine cities like Entre Rios, Mendoza and Patagonia.

Chufy is a very talented person, worldwide known for her work. Although she is more recognized by the fashion industry, it is very interesting to see that she moves from her comfort zome and embarks on her other passion, traveling. It was a pleasure to meet her and have a small talk since she is very nice. She even got very happy when I told her I had a blog. Imagine my emotions! And don't forget to look at her outfit: a transparent long skirt, a woven sweater and leather biker with black boots.

Bellow I leave you some images of the event and don't forget to take a look at my social networks where I will tell you more about the book as I read it. It will be a pleasure since it is dedicated to OrneLGA ... or La Guardia Airport.





 





No comments:

Post a Comment