Puerto Rican transplant and owner of Furor Moda boutique, Tatiana Torres enjoys scavenging for unique vintage pieces. Oversized flowy caftans from the 70s, white lace poufy skirts from the 50s and bright hued bold patterned tops with an 80s flair are some of the treasures she’s recently unearthed in thrift and vintage shops. “I dedicate a lot of hours hunting. I really want to tell a story with timeless pieces paired with fun modern [garments],” said Torres.
Furor Moda which stands for the woman who isn’t scared to try something new is based online and specializes in carrying both local designers and vintage on her online shop. Most of her stock retails for $50 and under.
When she’s not meeting clients who prefer to try on the clothes in person at her Biscayne Corridor offices. You can find the petite brunette participating in art events like Wynwood Art Walk where she mostly sells accessories like sunglasses, jewelry, purses and headgear such as vintage headbands.
She also had her first fashion show at The Stage for an art event called Raw:The Blend. “I am so happy to have gotten that first show under my belt. I feel like there’s no stopping me now,” she said.
Check out: www.furormoda.com