Raul Corona Kicks Off the Quinceanera.com Series in San Fernando Valley
There are many customs and traditions that identify the Hispanic culture. These customs and traditions are passed on from generation to generation and one of the most important traditions is the quinceañera celebration. With the planning for this special occasion comes the most important element that makes a girl feel like a princess: the quince gown. For this reason, the latest Quinceanera.com Expo and Fashion Show in Studio City honored this tradition with a fashion show that left all quince girls breathless.
Raul Corona’s collection was one of the main attractions in a day full of excitement for all those who attended the event. His designs were inspired in the 2012 color trends, which include deep blue, violet, coral, and green tones. In addition to the colors, the dresses became the center of attention due to their long trains and heavy designs, two of the reasons why Raul Corona is known to make quinceañeras look like brides.
In the following Quinceanera.com Expo and Fashion Show events on April 1 in Bakersfield and May 20 in Los Angeles, you will have the chance take a closer look at the stunning gowns of the young Mexican fashion designer. Make sure to register for the next event to live the best moments of the fashion show with Raul Corona.