“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

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“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“Travelling around the world and Mexico influences the way I dress,. I think it's part of creating your own essence, look or even personality.”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.
Is there a time when you use to dress really different from now?

“I think that there was a stage in my teenage years that I had a kind of punk look and at college it was a little preppy.”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

Here he is, smiling and naked.

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.
Is there a look that you would never use?

“Maybe a man-skirt”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“An accessory can really make the difference in a look.”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“I don’t think that I have a specific style. It depends more of the occasion, where I’m going or how I feel.”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.
What beauty products do you use?

"I just use a few, but my basics would be: Versace’s Aftershave, Kiehl’s Daliy IV defense, Polo Red Extreme and a treatment for stronger hair."

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“I don’t think I have the fittest body. I just like to practice some sports and eat healthy.”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.
What is you exercise routine?

“Normally I just go to the gym but I also like boxing and going out for a run because it helps me clear my mind.”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“What has influenced the way I see fashion the most, is the experiences of traveling.”

“El Gypsetter” prefers not be called a blogger.

“I would love it if I could dress (everyday) as if I lived in India.”

On Instagram, one of the things we like the most is to see where our friends travel, to get inspiration for our next trip or just to escape a little from our offices. A few months ago, my friend Eduardo Andrés (also known as The Gypsetter) started to put more effort in the photos that he took on his multiple trips – he also started post shirtless photos, so he started to get more followers. Now his traveling profile is one of the most popular, and wherever he goes, he will always wear the right outfit. I want him to go to Japan, so I can see him dressed as a Geisha!

“A few months ago, I stared to visit  every nook of Mexico, from the most luxurious beaches to little old towns, to promote and invite Mexicans and foreigners to visit our country. I don’t consider that my job is being a blogger, but to share a lifestyle with people that have similar interests to mine.

A lot of people, including Eduardo Andrés, get bothered by the title blogger. “Nowadays a lot of people have a different definition of what that really means… even though I have my own blog where I share one of my biggest passions.” He’s a blogger.

“It’s an idea that I had a few years ago, because I had a small travel agency where I used to organize graduation trips, honeymoons or just for recommendation. Two years ago I stopped working on it, but I decided to share my own experiences and tips.”

Besides the “El Gypsetter”, his traveling web page, he also owns “Mi México Lindo”, where he promotes Mexican work that he admires. “I never though of being invited to give talks at schools to motivate students to study abroad and have an international experience. Even though this is something that I’m starting, it is good to know that somehow you can motivate people through a platform that started with the idea of sharing experiences. The fact of traveling also gives you the chance of meeting people around the world and from your country that have foundations or organizations that support social causes, and also having the chance of being part of them or just to help and let other people know about their projects is something that I would love to make and develop with both projects.”

More on his interview in the gallery above.

Pepo Carrillo

Pop culture's victim.

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