When I came back to the country, I read Vogue Mexico again, after years of being disconnected from the publication. It took me back to when I was a child asking my mom to take me to the magazine stand or to Sanborns–a department store to buy the new monthly issue. Getting home, I would spend hours staring at the ads, imagining the fabrics, the perfumes, and getting lost in that luxury world that was just a fantasy for me.
Going through the July issue and realizing that the magazine was changed was the most pleasant surprise. It evolved, it added a layer of authenticity focusing on Mexican talent, Mexican landscapes, and Mexican faces. I was particularly captivated by the Punto de vista–Nuestra lejanía article, and the work of the talented photographer Dorian Ulises López Macias, which inspired me to create this animation.