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"This is a designer to want more from – isn't that always the case when the job is done right?"
" featured a small sampling of his well-crafted and tailored pieces."
"Uriel Saenz is anything but traditional, and thankfully so"
"Uriel Saenz, a former military man who ventured into the world of fashion, developing into one of the industry's hottest designers of women's couture"
"Volume continues strong for spring, in a more relaxed mode, designer Uriel Saenz says, more ease less clutter"
"I was so excited to see designers Uriel Saenz and Tarina Tarantino" ... "Saenz definitely seems poised for a successful future as an avant garde fashion darling."
"fashion designer Uriel Saenz presented a Frida Kahlo-inspired fashion collection. Models dressed in lace, red and white fabrics and colorful, textured outfits posed on platforms in the gallery."
'Exquisite and beautiful was the collection of Uriel Saenz. Although a first time shower at MBFW, he seemed like a veteran. Inspired by the revival of downtown L.A., he created modern easy to fit architectural collection with clean lines reminiscent of the design style of Balenciaga."
"uno de los momentos esperados fue el reconocimiento Leyenda que se le entregó al actor Edward James Olmos.El actor que ha participado en numerosos filmes y es una de los rostros latinos en Estados Unidos más reconocidos a nivel mundial, expresó su agradecimiento a Los Angeles Times,... y a Uriel Saenz, el productor - ejecutivo de la ceremonia.
"Uriel contribuye al progreso, al no olvidarse de donde viene y servir a la comunidad en varias causas"
" fashion designer, luxury-marketing creative, and Los Angeles Times Vice President of Multicultural Development Uriel Saenz, renowned for launching multiple partnerships with Asian, LGBT, Latino, Black, and women's interest groups to cultivate communication and community."
"“Our first Multicultural Business Forum was focused on the Latino business community. We had a great response from both media and attendees. For our second event our focus is on the African American business community. What a better way to move culture forward, than through business.” said Uriel Saenz, Vice President, Multicultural Development, Los Angeles Times.
-Reel Urban News
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