Manifesto of Fashion as Resistance is a large-format book, authored by Carla Fernandez. At the same time that it is an ideological manifesto that captures her positions regarding fashion, to the design, creation and production of garments, is a document that celebrates 15 years since the creation of the Carla Fernández Fashion House and 30 years of collaborating creative and productive activities with wonderful Mexican artisans in 16 states of the Republic with more of 80 different craft techniques.
It is an art book with more than 200 photographs, where their collaboration, their inspirations, the Mexican roots and the current struggles of feminisms; at the same time, it is a photographic essay on the evolution of the designer as an artist who finds a language, no need for prominence.
The visual art of Manifesto of Fashion in Resistance has the participation of several visions photographs, among which those of Graciela Iturbide, Maya Goded, Ricardo Ramos, Maruch Santíz, Ramiro Chaves, Ana Hop, among others, as well as texts by Julieta González, Florence Müller, Circe Henestrosa and Cristina Rangel, who talk about the work of the Carla Fernández Fashion House and its impact on the design scene in Mexico and in turn in the world, as well as the different catwalks and exhibitions, such as those of the Jumex Museum, in Mexico City, the Victoria and Albert Museum, in London, England, Isabella Stewart Gardner, in Boston, USA, among many others. . In addition to what is contained in the Manifesto, the physical book is a proposal for editorial art, where the artistic vision of Carla Fernández is combined with the work of Maricris Herrera as editor-designer.