Flashing lights, high heels, and sparkle accessories hit the streets of New York City for the return of fashion week.
After a year break due to the Covid 19 pandemic New York City’s iconic fashion week returns in full swing. Among the many shows launching across city stands FDLA or Fashion Designers of Latin America. FDLA is fashion show platform shining a light on the talent coming out of Latin American countries. Leading the incredible platform stands the iconic Albania Rosario, a fashion businesswoman, and creative director.
Rosario began her journey with FDLA original known as uptown fashion only six years ago. The was original only one-night housing only sex designers, in that short time the showcase has becomes an official part of NYFW, as well as being recognized on a global scale. Celebrating fashion with the theme of inclusion has allowed Rosario launch the careers of many upcoming designers, as well as highlight the legends coming from a sometimes looked-over part of the world in fashion.
Rosario sat down with The Knockturnal to discuss her passion and legacy with FDLA.