IMM Designer – Verónica Espinosa

I am a creative and sensitive individual with a spiritual mindset. My interests lie in creating and designing, practicing meditation, running, spending time with my family, traveling, engaging in social responsibility projects, and personal growth.

I began my educational journey at an IB British School in Bogotá, Colombia, where I studied 14 years. Seeking to pursue my passion for design, I moved to the United States to pursue a degree in Design at Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. However, I later transferred to La Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, where I ultimately graduated with a degree in Industrial Design.

After completing my studies, I worked in advertising at John & Rubicam, specifically in the BTL design group. In this role, I was involved in designing events, developing communication strategies, creating fashion designs, and designing publicity stands. Eventually, I ventured into entrepreneurship and started my own handbag design business.

As life progressed, I became a mother to three beautiful girls and began working in my family’s Real Estate Development company call QBO Constructores SAS. As the design manager, I oversaw the design process throughout the company, primarily focusing on interior design. My responsibilities included designing and planning office layouts, as well as designing homes, country houses, and student housing dorms.

During the pandemic, I embarked on another entrepreneurial endeavor targeted at kids and parents. I created hoodies and activity kits for kids to enjoy at home during these challenging times. This venture was known as @kidskits2020.

In 2022, my family and I relocated to Miami, where I pursued a VP fashion design program at Istituto Marangoni. My goal was to establish my own fashion brand. Currently, I am beginning a new program in VP Styling at Istituto Marangoni and actively seeking opportunities within the fashion industry.