Tara Humara designed costumes for the aspiring Mexican citizens of Mexico’s Universal State Crown.
Arte Popular Chihuahua and Mexicana Universal Chihuahua teamed up to proudly promote Rarámuri designer clothes for beauty contest participants.
Fomento y Desarrollo Artesanal del Estado de Chihuahua, (Fodarch), is located in Centro Cultural de las Fronteras. There competitors of Mexico Globe Chihuahua Laureate are going to showcase the “Pop Art Chihuahua Mexico Globe”.
The unique works of Tara Umara and traditional costumes were combined by the contestants to create the works.
“The designs made by the designers are used in a mixed way. We combine our clothes or what they call mixed races with rarámuri shirts or skirts,” said Héctor Rivera Gutiérrez, director of Universal Chihuahua, Mexico.
Rivera Gutiérrez pointed out that the 10 contestants in the state of the competition are very proud to show the creativity and talent of Rarámuri designers to the community, as well as the richness and color contained in each piece of clothing they wear.
Rivera emphasized that the series stems from the interest of Fodarch director Elena Acuña to support the talent of Rarámuri designer.
On this occasion, the signatures belonged to Esperanza Moreno, Guadalupe Gutiérrez, Bertha Vega and María del Pilar Bustillos; Universal Mexico joined them, because one of its axes is to spread culture and promote the state’s iconic place.
Last Friday’s parade saw aspiring women become part of the preparatory phase for the next Mexican Universal Chihuahua.
The final stage of the state competition will take places in Ciudad Juarez, November 21st. There it will be decided who will be Chihuahua’s most beautiful woman.
The entity was also visited by 10 applicants and their team to assist them in processing various commitments.
“A few weeks ago, at Casas Grandes, we were invited to a gala dinner to help with the restoration project of the museum in the area, and at the same time we will promote the history and cultural heritage of Paquimé,” the curator explained to the competition.
Participants will hold a press conference on November 6 in Chihuahua to discuss their concentrations from the 15th through the 21st of that month.
“From Juarez, we will travel to various cities until we reach Cuauhtémoc, then Guerrero and Ocampo, then we will return to Cuauhtémoc, we will arrive in Chihuahua to participate in the parade, we will return to Juarez to focus attention Power,” the country director concluded. The competition’s professional organizing committee is fully prepared for contestants.