Dia de los Muertos – celebration continue

Oh… I’m so thrilled to be here. Such amazing days of the Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead in Mexico.

I also visited with my Abigail museum of Frida Kahlo.  Frida Kahlo de Rivera was a Mexican painter, who mostly painted self-portraits. Inspired by Mexican popular culture, she employed a naive folk art style to explore questions of identity, postcolonialism, gender, class, and race in Mexican society…. ok…. I don’t know that much but Abigail told me this story.

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

And we are on our way to Frida museum…

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico

 

Runway Magazine, Teddy Runway at Day of the Dead in Mexico