Vogue recently received international fashion labels for an organized dinner DonataMeirelles in Sao Paulo.

The dinner was inclusive of a buffet prepared by We Cook Buffet, by chefs Raphael Ramos and Lais Villa Real. Brothers Bar catered the drinks with the most popular drink of the night being the combine rose-orange, pitaya sorbet, Monkey gin, pink pepper, and Riverside tonic. For the wine, it was Terrazas de Los Andes and champagne for Perritt-Jouet toasts.

DonataMeirelles is a fashion expert who happens to be one of the most sought-after fashion influencers in her country, Brazil. With comprehensive experience in the fashion industry, which spans over thirty years, she has managed to carve a name for herself. She began from humble beginnings in the fashion world in her early twenties. Visit her on Instagram for updates.

Her first spell was as an international buyer in Daslu, which was a hallmark that cemented her career. The stint at Daslu amassed her into global recognition. DonataMeirelles later progressed to turn into one of the five best international buyers in the world based on the French fashion magazine, L’Officiel.

With her broad global experience,reputation,and fashion networking, Donata Meirelles earned another opportunity with Vogue Brasil seven years ago. Currently, she serves as the head style director, and over seven years she has assisted in the development of the brand into one of the world’s most revered and recognized international editions of Vogue Brasil. She is backed with massive support from her Instagram account handle with over 500,000 followers.

She hails as the founding member of the Women in the World Foundation, which supports various NGOs such as the Brazil Foundation and amfAR. In addition, Meireless was honored for her philanthropic efforts and activeness. Furthermore, she scooped a Humanitarian Award for her public advocacy for people living with HIV/AIDS.

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