Alejendra Burguette

Black Sheep


new york / united states


parsons school of design

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Alejandra Burguette was born in Monterrey, México. She is fashion designer, performance artist and opera singer. She moved to New York City to study fashion design in Parsons School of Design and graduated from both the bachelor degree and associate program. In her abstract organic mind she always felt the need to paint and experiment with textiles in an organic matter working in a world beyond the existing concept. Burguette’s talent was recognized in Paris, where she exhibited her designs in the LOUVRE museum, Les Arts Decoratifs. Also she was a finalist in the Charles James competition for the MET and as a rising senior won the SAMSUNG scholarship at Parsons. ALEJANDRA opened her presentation at the Parsons Benefit Gala 2016 in Chelsea Piers with an avant garde operatic performance showing her sculptural artisanal pieces on stage. Her designs were showcased in WWD Magazine,, The Cut, The New York Times, The Impression, The fashionable lampoon & featured a collection of her textile garments at the New York Textile Month (NYTM) Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.
Her work has been featured in the french magazine "signature" for the cannes film festival, virtuogenix, downtown magazine, new york
Her designs have been worn by rock star punk debbie harry, kimbra and actress dancer juliet doherty.

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