La feria SED finaliza preparativos y alista su inauguración

The lovers of the city, the style and design will be able to enjoy the fair Santiago, Style, and Design (SED), which will be carried out next Saturday 1st of October, on the Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral (Cultural Center Gabriela Mistral). The gratuitous event will combine art, fashion, music, gastronomy, lifestyle, and authenticity in a convergent place of Santiago with access to historical neighborhoods of the city.

line-upA gathering point for young people that are looking to expose their own identity; #SED is presented as an instance for reflection, dialogue and amusement around the culture and the emergent art; some of the goals of this fair are to be a platform that invites to the diversity and to be a gathering instance for the society.

#SED will count with three big areas thematically divided. On one side, is located the central square with sixteen stands of style and design, three food trucks to enjoy of innovative gourmet food, two corners that will provide nutrition and alimentation tips and two interventions in charge of 100en1dia and Lana Atack. In the second space, People will also be able to enjoy from lectures directed by CityLab Santiago, with different exponents of the creative industry; these lectures will finish with the presentation of Performance and Networking. The third and final space will present an itinerant barbershop with a lot of surprises; live music; a fashion runway and one of the promises of the scene, the exhibition of Dolls, Fashion Designer Barbies: ten barbies will be dressed by ten designers under their own vision of style and design. This exhibition will be later presented on the GAM up until the ends of October; among the designers will be present Paulo Mendez, Karin Coo, Pablo Galvez, among others.

In total, there will be seven hours of Santiago, Style, and Design in which the different emergent and urban manifestations will turn the Cultural Center Gabriela Mistral in the icon of the fashion and new trends of Santiago.



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