WindowsWear, the window shopping, trend forecasting and visual merchandizing website that features the worldÂ’s fashion windows online in real-time, has announced its launch in Mexico City, Mexico.
Â“WindowsWear is excited to expand North America by covering its first city in Latin America,Â” said Raul Tovar, Head of Photography at WindowsWear. Â“Mexico City is a huge influence on the fashion in Mexico, and WindowsWear is eager to share that influence with the rest of the world.Â”
Mexico City is the seventh fashion capital to have all of its fashion windows photographed and displayed on WindowsWear. The stores photographed are located on or around Avenida Presidente Masaryk. Masaryk is Mexico CityÂ’s most urban fashion shopping street and is one of the most expensive shopping districts in the world.
By launching Mexico City, WindowsWear adds new stores to the site such as Studio F, Amar, and Leo Fabio as well as bridal stores Essenzia EspaÃ±ola and Belle Ã‰spouse. Mexico City is the largest city in Mexico and most populous Metropolitan area in the Western Hemisphere. Mexico City is the economic and cultural hub of Mexico. Its fashion has influence throughout the country and is known for its young contemporary designers. Mexico City also serves as a location for Mercedes Benz's Fashion Week.
For more information on WindowsWear or its Mexico City launch, please contact pr(at)windowswear(dot)com or visit http://www.windowswear.com.