Karina Galvis, based in Bogota Colombia has recently taken the lead as editor of Fucsia Magazine a South America fashion magazine.
Ms. Galvis, a formal model in both Colombia and Australia has worked in international public affairs and relations as well as in fashion marketing for 10 years. Her knowledge of the fashion industry both in South America and Globally will bring a great perspective to her readers stated an industry insider.
The transition from working in the fashion industry to developing a following through www.revistafucsia.com should be simple for the Colombian Beauty as she has been freelance writing for major publications in an editorial capacity.
My goal is to bring the best of from the world of fashion and beauty to my audience to grow and share ideas, thoughts and most of all innovation. I am pleased to be in a position to not only empower Latin Women through this amazing magazine, but I am given the freedom to write about things and stories that matter to me.- Stated Karina Galvis
Facts about the Female Latin market ( health and beauty)
The growth of the health and beauty sector in Latin America
A NUMBER of factors have contributed to a booming Latin American market in soap, perfume and cosmetics--most importantly, regional economic growth and a healthy overall GDP. Hair care is the region's biggest seller, but an increase in life expectancy has created a growing demand for skin care products, especially those related to anti-aging and sun protection. "If you put Latin America in the context of the world," said Carrie Mellage, director of consumer products at the US-based Kline & Company's Global Cosmetics & Toiletries service, "it's the only region to be experiencing double-digit growth as a whole."
Colombia's outside of Colombia
"One of the most significant elements of writing online is access, my goal this year is to bring Colombian women from across the globe together through our online magazine, the idea that someone from anywhere in the world has the ability to log in, and feel connected to their homeland is amazing, after living in Australia during my career, I understand how important small reminders of home can be- stated Editor Karina Galvis
A total of 882,000 Hispanics of Colombian origin resided in the United States in 2009, according to the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.
Karina can be reached via email from anywhere in the world at
email@example.com or twitter @kkgalvis
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Karina Galvis is a writer and fashion marker based in Bogota, Colombia. A former model and proud mother, Ms Galvis is making her mark on the Latin American fashion and beauty industry