Our editor Armando Correa took advantage of the magazine's first fashion photoshoot in Cuba to portray the daily beauty of the inhabitants of his capital.
He himself tells us what he saw and was able to capture with his own camera:
“In Havana, you can find anything. Young people have a lot of imagination when dressing. Many of the clothes they see are bought on the black market, or sent to them by relatives in Miami. Some manage to celebrate their fifteenths with the greatest glamor possible. What about the police, in a miniskirt with openwork stockings? There are those who show more than they should and do it with pride. Many have model figures, ready for the best catwalk. The truth is that between scarcity, heat, how to survive each day the Cuban will manage to maintain his style. Whether it is to work, to stand in long lines at the market or to get married.”
See in the following video how was the 'Dream of a summer night in Cuba', by Zoë Saldaña.