Words by Juan Pablo Jim. Photography: Jesús Soto Fuentes. Styling: Nayeli de Alba. Hair: Octavio León. MUA: Emilio Becerril.
Above: Trench coat, Boyfriend’s Shirt. Suit, Salvatore Ferragamo. Glasses, Prada.
Total look, Ermenegildo Zegna Couture. Shoes, Gucci.
While making the call sheet for the photos of our March cover story starring the three actors of ROMA, I decided to interview Marina de Tavira. Since everyone turned their eyes towards them, I have followed Marina’s behavior in interviews, on TV shows, on red carpets, and she is one of the people that intrigues me the most. I understand and I am very moved by the journey of Yalitza and her sudden jump to fame, but Marina – who has been acting for twenty years – is a more subtle presence: she serves as a perfect complement, and as a translator and as a support. On many occasions he does the work of editor of the words of Yalitza and at the same time she is enjoying her own journey. I tried to get to know her a little more through a conversation that, like most of my conversations, started with clothes.