Adán Terriquez, designer of Christian Chávez’s charro suit, gave details of the piece (Instagram/@christianchavezreal)
In the concerts that RBD has had so far on his tour, Christian Chávez has given something to talk about for the outfits he has worn, one of them was the pink charro suit that has been criticized online, both for the color and the way he used it.
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Due to this, the designer Adán Terriquez, who was in charge of making the outfit, responded to the criticism and confirmed that it is not an interpretation of just another piece, but rather it is the traditional charro suit, as it meets all the necessary characteristics. to consider it as such and, for the same reason, its price amounted to thousands of pesos.
In an interview with Ventaneando, the designer explained that the suit was ordered a week and a half in advance and, in addition, it was made with the same details as any traditional Mexican outfit, therefore, the price was high.
Adán explained that the suit is a typical charro suit and is used as such, it is not an adaptation or copy of the traditional suit (Instagram/@christianchavezreal)
“Yes, it is a charro suit, it has all the cuts, it has what the pants wear, which are super tight around the legs, it has the hood at the bottom so that the boot can fit in, it has the charro buttoning, the jacket is charro, the “The vest is charro, the bow is charro (…) it is around three thousand dollars”
According to the current currency exchange rate, the suit worn by Christian Chávez cost 51 thousand Mexican pesos, without considering the accessories with which the outfit should be traditionally worn.
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Terriquez explained that his design was made in a few days and adapted to what the singer’s styler wanted for him – such as custom embroidery and color – hence its price.
The designer took the opportunity to lament the machismo that exists in the country, since her work and Christian were criticized for the color of the suit and not for being a poorly made piece.
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“I think people are dissatisfied because he is a man and he wore it in a very Mexican, very strong pink (…) Here you realize that there is a lot of machismo in Mexico and in the United States,” said Adan.
Adán Terriquez is a renowned designer of charro pieces, he has made everything from the typical suit for men and women, to evening dresses, for quinceañeras and weddings.
Terriquez has a branch in the United States and Mexico to create the designs of Ana Bárbara, Yuri, Gloria Trevi and more (Instagram/@adanterriquezoficial)
Throughout his career he has worked for different celebrities, among his clients are Yuri, Jenni Rivera, Gloria Trevi, Edith Márquez and Ana Bárbara, through whom Christian Chávez was able to contact him.
Their pieces are always unique and are distinguished by the typical Mexican borders they have, being very striking and, in the case of the dresses, being very loose.
Terriquez shared in Ventaneando that the way the RBD singer came to him to make the charro suit was through Queen Grupera, who told him that she met him on a flight and was very interested in wearing one of his pieces. .
Adán was one of the designers who has dressed Edith the most and was one of Jenni Rivera’s favorites (Instagram/@adanterriquezoficial)
Even though they were in different countries, both Christian’s team and the designer’s team did everything possible to ensure that the suit was exactly what the actor wanted.
Despite the negative comments towards the piece, Adán was proud of having been the one who created the controversial pink suit and showed off its details on social networks. “I don’t see what bothers you about me wearing charro suits, if it looks spectacular. Adán Terriquez for @christianchavezreal”, he wrote in one of the publications he shared about his creation.