Macy’s Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month Talking Latin Influence

I am a member of the Everywhere Society and Everywhere has provided me with compensation for this post about Macy’s Hispanic Heritage. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own.

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Do you think Latinas have any influence when it comes to culture and fashion? I do! And not just because we’re gorgeous, sexy, some have amazing curves and bosoms, but because we are smart, outgoing, and we’re not afraid to take risks! Yes we’re loud! But we’re unique, independent and strong women. Because of all these reasons people admire us and some even want to be like us, isn’t that amazing! I love the Latina talk! That’s why I was very excited to hear about what Macy’s department store is doing to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Next Saturday October 4th at the Macy’s Fashion Valley, in San Diego, California, Macy’s will be celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a panel discussion between Latina talents Kika Rocha, Jasmine Villegas and Julie Sarinana. They’ll have a panel discussion talking about Latin influence in culture and fashion and that’s not all there will be a live performance by Jasmine V.!

Want to know if Latinas set fashion or culture trends? Why are companies so interested on reaching out to us? These are just come of the things you’ll learn at the discussion between Jasmine Villegas, Kika Rocha, Sincerely Jules Macy’s is putting together. I can’t wait to hear what these famous Latinas have to say about our influence in fashion so I can do some shopping at Macy’s after the talk.

Here are the Macy’s event details:

  • When: Saturday October 4th at 2pm
  • Where: Macy’s Fashion Valley, in San Diego, California
  • Panelists: Kika Rocha, Jasmine Villegas and Julie Sarinana

To be  in the loop about this great Latina discussion, I welcome you to follow @Macys @FashionValleyCA @KikaRochaModa @JasmineVillegas  and @SincerelyJules and follow the hashtag #HHM on Twitter.

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  1. Hello,

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    Monica Ferraro
    Danzarts.org
    858.220.9751