Moshi

Having to be on my phone constantly has become part of my job description.  You know that iPhone´s don’t last very long. I don’t care if you iPhone 7 has more life battery but if you are like me always on your phone you will need some extra juice. My Moshi Ionbank not only charges my phone on the go, its simplicity and light weight gives you up to 2 full iPhone charges.

Tener que estar en mi teléfono constantemente se ha convertido en parte de mi día laboral. Sabemos que los iPhone no duran mucho y que no me importa si a tu iPhone 7 le dura mas la pila.  Si eres como yo y siempre estas en tu teléfono necesitarás un poco de pila extra. Mi Moshi Ionbank no sólo carga mi teléfono sobre la marcha, su simplicidad y peso ligero le da hasta dos cargas de iPhone completo.

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Moshi has such a good reputation in technology you can find products at any Apple store. And since being on my phone is such big part of my job you can imagine that listening to music comes in hand. My new Avanti headphones not only look stylish and on point but they actually fit your head perfectly due to a metal headpiece that incorporates magically.  I´ve tried tons and tons of headphones but none like these ones. You forget that you are wearing them because of they are super light weight and perfect to walk, run, or simply hop around.

Moshi tiene una reputación tan buena en tecnología que puedes encontrar productos en cualquier tienda Apple. Mis nuevos audífonos Avanti no sólo se ven con estilo pero realmente se ajustan a tu cabeza perfectamente debido a un casco de metal que se te incorpora como por arte de magia. He probado toneladas y toneladas de audífonos pero ninguno como estos. Te olvidarías que los estás usando si no fuera por la calidad de audio que estarás escuchando mientras caminas, corres o simplemente paseas. Son súper ligeros y perfectos para cualquier momento.

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Having extra juice and a good background jam is essential for me but you need something to carry them around. Thanks to Moshi I can easily have all my travel essentials in one bag. The Urbana bag has the perfect space for my laptop, mini iPad, iPhone, headphones and of course my extra battery. I couldn’t be happier with the product my only concern is the zipper. I constantly stack up my bags (I have so much stuff with me all the time) and with no exception I thought I would do the same with the Urbana bag unfortunately the zipper breaks when you carry to much junk. I don’t know it might be the universe telling me to leave some stuff home but I just like being prepared for any occasion.

Tener pila extra y una buena melodía de fondo es esencial para mí, pero es obvio que necesitas una mochila para llevarlos contigo a todas partes. Gracias a Moshi puedo fácilmente tener todos mis elementos esenciales de viaje en una sola bolsa. La bolsa de Urbana tiene el espacio perfecto para mi cargador, mini iPad, iPhone, audífonos y por supuesto mi batería extra. No podría ser más feliz con el producto mi única preocupación es la cremallera. Constantemente atasco mis maletas (tengo muchas cosas conmigo todo el tiempo) y sin excepción pensé que haría lo mismo con la bolsa de Urbana, lamentablemente, la cremallera se rompe cuando se lleva cosas de mas. No sé podría ser el universo diciéndome que deje algunas cosas en casa, pero me gusta estar preparado para cualquier ocasión.

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Pics by: JC

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FASHION MEETS MUSIC

In my recent travels I had the amazing opportunity to visit Mexico City and while in Mexico I was able to interview one of Mexico’s most prominent star. The one and only Julio Ramirez member of the musical group Reik. After taking a walk around Condesa we finally started digging into the important stuff and here are some things I bet you didn’t know about Julio.

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How did your career begin?

I met up with Jesus, the lead singer of Reik and we started making demos at age 16. Shortly after we were signed by Sony everything started escalating very quickly, we were very fortunate.

How do you see the influence music has in fashion?

As music evolves, how you feel about a record, or how a specific melody makes you feel so does clothing. I really like to give a modern touch to my outfit and I think that is something reflected in my music.

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Your favorite designer of the moment?

Right now I would have to say Cesar Arellanes, Mexican fashion designer from Chihuahua with more than 20 years working in Los Angeles proposing a very edgy vibe dressing Justin Bieber and Demi Lavatto among others. I think he will be dressing me for my tour and concerts I am a huge fan.

What is the social network you like the most?

I like Instagram, a place where artistic people, photographers, models and especially bloggers work to have a voice in the industry. I think that in Instagram people tend to be more real to their persona and can freely express themselves.

Favorite fashion city?

I think I need to travel more to decide, our music is heard in Mexico, USA, Central and South America. New York has always been one of the cities that have recently inspired me so much that I decided that someday I will live there just for the experience.

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Any fashion icons that inspire you?

Paul McCartney, he is elegance, classy, cool and love his music. He has a lot to offer and if by the age of 60 I look like that WOW.

Any stories from you childhood you feel that changed you?

When I was in 5th grade I realize who was good looking and who wasn’t. I believed I was very handsome and actually started behaving very entitled as if my face would get my anywhere. The years went by I matured and realized that everything is fleeting and that beauty isn’t forever, there will always be someone better than you so never take things too seriously.

Where would you like to settle?

I am very homey I would happily grow a family in San Diego, California have my studio, go jogging on the beach. My parents will still be very close that’s very important to me a traditional part that always will be with me.

What would be the soundtrack of your life right now?

Any Beatle’s album but I do have a very special one. Ennio Morricone – Love Theme, I never get tired of listening I really encourage you to hear it.

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Restaurant? Finca Altozano en el Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California

Vacation spot? Ensenada o el Valle de Guadalupe en Baja California

Guilty pleasure? Desserts

3 things you always have with you? My phone, my wallet and my headphones

You cannot live without? My guitar

Book or movie? Movie

Day or night? Night

White or black? Black

Tea or coffee? Black coffee without sugar please

Pop or rock? Pop

Paper or digital? Paper

Sparkling or tap water? Tap water

Black or milk chocolate? Milk, cookies and cream from Hershey’s

Dogs or cats? None but I prefer dogs LOL

Indoors or outdoors? Outdoors

Sunrise or sunset? Sunset

Wine or beer? Wine, no both I am very interested in craft beer

Sweet or salty? Both

Burger or salad? Burger 100%

Here you have it guys, so if you like music in Spanish go check out Reik they have amazing songs and great videos for you to enjoy.

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Neto wearing: Moschino Tshirt, Balmain Leather Pants, Topman Blazer, Roberto Cavalli Booties and Dior Sunnies

Julio wearing: Cesar Arellanes Top, H&M Jeans, Chloe Sunnies and Tommy Hilfiger Sneakers

Pics by: The Joaquin Castillo

 

#VenetoinMexico

After spending most of my time in New York City I felt it was about time to explore the Mexican version of a cosmopolitan city. I recently (okay like a month ago) visited Mexico City a magical place that did remind me of NYC. I stayed at my cousin’s apartment in La Condesa, streets full of artists and models and shops and restaurants kind of reminded me of SoHo. The food was as always amazing I am sorry but Mexican cuisine is quite delicious and of course with no doubt Mexico City houses many of the best restaurants recognized worldwide. Did a little damage to my credit card and went shopping to Mazaryk and it kind of looks like a mini 5th Ave. Louis Vuitton in a corner Cartier in the other and of course where I ended up shopping was at Zara which was right next to Massimo Dutti (see it does look like 5th). Unfortunately there are almost no walking between districts due to the fact that Mexico isn’t an island, which kind of sucked because I am used to walking everywhere but on the bright side uber was way cheaper then Manhattan so I always had a ride. After all even though I am Mexican and it did felt good to be “home” New York has everything I’ve ever wanted so for as long as I can handle it I will continue to call New York my home.

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TOTAL LOOK: Zara SHOES: To boot New York SUNNIES: Chloé BELT: Salvatore Ferragamo ACCESSORIES: Cartier, Valentino, David Yurman, La Santa

Pics by: Eduardo Guijosa