6.11.2012

New Nicaraguan Designer Alert: Turquesa Boutique


Last week, new Nicaraguan designer, Yaosca of Turquesa Boutique presented her collection at a private New York residence.

Inspired by the waves, surfers and nature of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, new fashion and accessory designer Yaosca brings a unique mix of style to the globetrotting beach babe and offers a wide selection of the most desirable and coveted vintage clothing and accessories as well as unique designer pieces. 

The guests described her pieces to be authentic, unique, conversational, trendy, hippie, natural, and colorful.




Our special guest, Nicaraguan model/actress Maria de Jesus, described the collection as organic and boho and perfect for the summer. Her piece of choice, the metal headband. Follow Maria on Twitter @marypoppings

The pieces were indeed authentic to San Juan del Sur and to the bohemian beach babe. Her pieces are available at San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua and online. Visit her Facebook Fan Page: Turquesa Boutique and website, Turquesa Online Store .



About the Designer: Yaosca Jiménez is originally from Managua, Nicaragua but currently resides by the Pacific coast shore city of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. With barely 2 years under her belt as an accessories designer, she debuted her first collection in the Summer of 2010 in Madrid, Spain; since then Jiménez has held showings in Lisbon, Panama City, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, San Juan del Sur, and Managua. Jiménez explains, “I strive to get unexpected results from mixing new technologies with traditional techniques”. The collections are primarily sold at the San Juan del Sur "Turquesa Boutique" and its online store.
 



Yaosca has also been designing trendy dresses, tops, and shorts for Spices & Sugar boutique in Managua, Nicaragua.

My favorite piece: the porcelain double ring.
My least favorite picture: Me wearing the ring. lol. i'm the worst hand model. not delicate at all. lol.
My new favorite nail polish: Metallic Silver by Sephora.


4 comments:

  1. Cute post! BTW, thanks for your comment on my blog! and just between u and i... i hate that magazine, but im glad they appreciate alejandro's work and style. i think thats a HUGE step for nicaraguan fashion, and for all of us dreamers :)

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    1. jajajajajajajajja! i've never heard of him but i liked his work ;)

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  2. Those pieces are amazing!!! I've just found your blog and I really like it!! Do you want to follow each other?? let me now!
    un kiss
    Rocío
    http://elclosetderocio.blogspot.com

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    1. how'd u find my blog, if u dont mind me asking? ;) i'm checking your blog as i type ;)

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