In the publication, the importance of both Latin personalities in the fields of fashion and music is highlighted
, was not the first meeting between them. They knew each other previously, but , was the first time that their worlds came together for a common job. Supermodel Joan Smalls and the urban superstar Bad bunny, both Puerto Ricans, are the protagonists of the cover of the famous Vogue magazine, Mexico edition.
In the publication, the importance of both Latin personalities in the fields of fashion and music is highlighted.
“, makes me very proud to see that there are so many of us, regardless of whether we come from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, Colombia or Venezuela. We all have something in common: culture and language. See that on platforms as big as the Super bowl send a clear message: we were always here but now we are being given the opportunity to express ourselvesSmalls told the publication.
The trapero highlighted the recent “Super bowl”As a reaffirmation of Latin power and the presence of the music that , represents worldwide. “Latin music is heard more than ever. Reggaeton and urban rhythms are taking an important place in the history of music. Those who used to listen to artists like Michael Jackson, now recognize me and other artists of the genre. I never imagined singing in , Super bowl. Still, without singing in English, , is a movement in which music speaks for itself and connects with everyone, “, said.
Bad Bunny recalled how , was formed listening to , colleagues Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam and Wisin & Yandel, and how now urban music became part of the Latin cultural identity. “Reggaeton became part of Latin culture and I think the main message is authenticity, and the fact that anyone can be whatever they want,” said the ragpicker.
Smalls, for , part, spoke of , development on the catwalks until , established , name among the largest in that industry. “A lot of people assume , was easy for me, maybe because I made , look like that, but , wasn't. I would like to leave an open door where more people can come and they do not have to deal with the difficulties that I had, that they continue fighting against those closed doors that still exist. I want people, especially women, not to feel like they can't raise their voices“, shared.
Both stars let know what each one of the island misses, and what makes them different, being Latino. “We grow up with a lot of family sense. We are happy, hard-working and we like to enjoy life, but the most important thing is that we always take care of the family, ”said the Bad Rabbit.