Being a big supporter of Apollo in the Hampton’s, we love model, actress, and reality star of “Hangin’ with Los Henrys,” Maya Henry, opened the highly anticipated Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda Alta Sartoria runway fashion show at the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City.Maya wore a stunning floral embroidered and jewel encrusted Dolce & Gabanna couture gown with a garland of flowers in her hair.
The runway show took place inside the Soumaya Museum, located in the upmarket district of Polanco. Models walked a runway flanked with works of art and precious sculptures. The entire Henry family (stars of “Hangin with Los Henrys) also came out to support Maya’s debut. Model/influencers Michelle Salas, Diego Boneta, and Junapa Zurita also walked in the show. The show was attended by Italian actress and Dolce & Gabbana muse Sophia Loren.
Dolce & Gabbana unveiled a similar showing of their Alta Moda women’s couture collection earlier this month in New York City, where Maya attended and sat front row. The New York City show was opened by supermodel Karlie Kloss.
Maya Henry is a model and actress from San Antonio, Texas. She stars alongside her Mexican-American family in “Hangin’ with Los Henrys” a hit YouTube show with more than 20,000,000 views. Her upcoming film debut, Carte Blanche, co-starring Dylan Sprouse, Suki Waterhouse, and Jack Kilmer, is due for release in 2019. Recently she appeared alongside Joe Jonas in DNCE’s hit music video “Kissing Strangers.”
Photo credit: 1) Maya Henry. 2) Maya Henry. 3) Diego Boneta and Juanpa Zurita 4) Michelle Salas. 5) Henry Family.
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