The best Latino fashion influencers – Footwear News



From Rita Moreno to Selena Quintanilla, Hispanic stars have a habit of making hard-hitting fashion statements that turn into trends.

Stars from Central and South America, Spain, Mexico and the Caribbean continue to infuse cultural signifiers of their heritage into their dress as a point of pride. Last year, FN nominated Colombian pop star J Balvin for our 2019 Style Influencer of the Year award. Balvin’s colorful style has led him to work on partnerships with big names in fashion. such as StockX, Guess and Mike Amiri, winner of the 2018 FN Emerging Talent Award. The singer is part of a new generation of Latin American stars who carry on the legacy of redefining music and style.

Below, take a look at FN’s roundup of top Latinx fashion influencers today in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month which runs from September 15 to October 15. 15.

J. Balvin

“When I was a kid I was always curious about dressing differently, but I always find my style,” Balvin told the 2019 Footwear News Achievement Awards, where he received the Style Influencer Award from ‘year. The reggaeton singer is known for his signature style which includes bold fashion statements with colorful pieces and luxury fashion staples.

This year, the Colombian pop star has worked with several fashion and shoe brands. In March, he launched an extensive capsule collection with Guess for men, women and children. Balvin also shared the stage with Jennifer Lopez and Shakira during the Super Bowl LIV halftime show with fellow reggaeton star Bad Bunny.

Rumors have circulated throughout the year that Balvin and Nike will also release an Air Jordan 1 together, but no official release date has been announced yet.

Jennifer lopez

Jennifer Lopez continues to reign as style queen. The Nuyorican star continues to shine in Coach’s Fall / Winter 2020 campaign. Ambassador Coach has also reportedly teamed up with the luxury leather goods brand on a $ 495 bag slated to be released for the holidays.

The 51-year-old artist hasn’t lost his eye for style both on-camera and off-camera. The “World of Dance” judge wowed fans throughout the season creating stunning looks such as recreating a “Jenny From the Block” moment with towering heels for the July show. On social media, fans of her outfits recreated her looks throughout the season under #WODOutfitCheck. J-Lo also wore several styles of shoes from his DSW collection launched earlier this year.

Lopez not only continues to be busy with several fashion related projects, but also has exclusives on some of the hottest drops. The Bronx-born artist has been spotted in dazzling Jimmy Choo x Timberland boots as well as the coveted Air Dior sneaker.


The Spanish pop star continues to merge her Latin heritage with her own personal style in the realms of music, fashion and now beauty. Fashion influencer Latinx recently launched a lipstick collaboration with MAC Makeup, paying homage to the importance of the red lip in Hispanic and Latin American culture. In addition to winning a Grammy for Best Latin, Urban or Alternative Rock Album in February, Rosalía was also the first Spanish female artist to perform at an awards ceremony.

The pop star continues to bring elements of the traditional flamenco style to the 21st century through his music and personal style. The “Malamente” singer works with stylist Samantha Burkhart, who also stylizes Billie Eilish, Poppy and Sia. She also made an appearance in Cardi B’s “WAP” music video.

Bad bunny

Like J Balvin and Rosalía, Bad Bunny is another Latinx artist who has established himself in recent years in defining style and music. The Puerto Rican reggaeton star made the cover of Rolling Stone in May and recently announced that he will be hosting a live concert on Univision’s Uforia platform.

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Throughout his career, the “Yo Perreo Sola” singer constantly wears eye-catching outfits, including a jacket that featured 13,000 Swarovski crystals he wore during his halftime performance with Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and J Balvin at the Super Bowl LIV halftime show.

Selena Gomez

The former Disney Channel star continues to move forward as an influencer in fashion, music and beauty. Most recently, the Mexican-American singer recently launched a cosmetics line and starred in Blackpink’s K-pop music video “Ice Cream”.

Gomez is also the cover of Allure magazine for the month of October, further establishing itself as a triple force in entertainment, fashion and beauty.

Demi Lovato

Former Disney Channel star Demi Lovato continues to make waves in the music and fashion industry. The Mexican-American actress just released a music video with DJ persona Marshmello for their song “Ok Not To Be Ok” in a vibrant pink dress.

Plus, Lovato made headlines with his personal style. She has been spotted with her fiance, Max Ehrich, in eye-catching outfits and designer shoes from top brands such as Amina Muaddi.

Sofia vergara

The Colombian model turned actress still looks stunning in statement-worthy outfits while maintaining a string of fashion and footwear partnerships. Judge “America’s Got Talent” recently stepped up his fashion game alongside model and fellow judge Heidi Klum in bold outfits and towering heels.

In addition to making fashion statements on the hit show NBC, Vergara recently launched a fall collection of jeans from her namesake denim line, Sofia Vergara’s Sofia Jeans, which is sold at Walmart. Additionally, she models styles from her first eyewear collection with eyewear company Foster Grant. Earlier this year, Vergara also starred in Dolce & Gabbana’s campaign for the brand’s Devotion handbag.


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