NAME: Alexandre Capilé

TITLE:  Musician/Music Producer/Recording Studio Owner

CITY: SÃo Paolo

Right now in São Paulo there’s lots going on. We are living the revival of long-hair bands doing some rock/garage revival. Parties in “not regular” places like empty buildings in the downtown district, studios, rooftops… There’s not a main style in art, the mixing is the real vibe in general. Restaurants and bars with personality and concept are on top. What you do really defines who you are.

NAME: Tamara Salazar

TITLE: Entrepreneur

CITY: SÃo Paolo

I could talk about the many possibilities of hair colours (I, myself, follow this trend), about being a complete character that came directly from the 90’s, or about glasses being more than ever in the position of a Fashion accessory with all colours and shapes (without necessarily having to be functional).

But, for me, what is always hot and indispensable in fashion and in life is authenticity.

I believe this characteristic has never been so trendy! Have you noticed how an authentic person is completely timeless and fits well in any fashion season?

NAME: Daniel Margulies


CITY: Brooklyn, NY

What’s hot right now?

What’s hot right now in New York City is an introspective arts movement. Everyone in their mid to late 20’s is discovering themselves in the different mediums of art/music. Regarding fashion, extreme branding and over the top colors and patterns are a huge hit right now! That said, I still prefer all black.


Name: Larissa Drekonja

Title: FOUNDER | Neon Coat

City: New York

What’s hot right now?

It’s hot now to be mindful, to express virtue, and to do good – basically the opposite of what is going on in the politics and entertainment right now. It’s hot to stand up for yourself and for the rest of us and speak up. (It’s not gonna get built by itself is it?)

Name: Adaline Bara

Title: Fashion Designer

City: Hanoi

What’s hot right now?

Hm OK! I would say that women’s rights is hot,  especially with the marches happening around the world right now – more voices being heard and women coming together