Before Vega started her career as a Fashion Designer, she began by exploring every aspect and technique in the world of art. As you can see in her collection. (Her collection is a reflection of those methods). From recyclable items, photography, collages of pictures, to finally allowing herself to create her very own fabrics by transferring her unique prints onto the fabric, making her pieces one of a kind. During the years Vega has been in the fashion industry for years, her objective is clear: She wants to dress women with versatile pieces that can be mixed and matched. At the same time deliver simplicity while also keeping in mind that women are all different from professionals to mothers and wants them to be comfortable on an everyday basis. Before Vega starts any collection she digs deep into her emotions to help create these unique pieces for RTW.

In the year 2000, Vega’s career started in her hometown of Maracaibo, Venezuela where she has been featured internationally from Dominican Republic Fashion Week to Jamaica the Collection Moda. She made her national debut in the United States in 2010. Since then, her collection has hit runways from Tulsa Fashion Week Salon Lexus, to Miami Fashion Week, and the infamous New York Fashion Week. Vega also won the competition for designing uniforms for Eastern airline in 2014, and has remained onboard as Head Designer. Her notoriety has been undeniable, being featured in many editorials and publications for the passion she brings to all of her designs. Her collections are currently selling in Panama, Colombia, Peru, Dominican Republic , Jamaica, Miami, and Atlanta just to name a few.

The new collection called “Natura” means natural in English and was inspired by hurricane Irma. She took those days to photograph and understand the extent of the disaster Hurricane Irma brought. She was inspired to create a feminine line of comfort, versatility, adding a touch of art that makes the designs different from what is currently out in the market. Vega will continue to explore, and reinvent new ways to create her unique pieces, the objective remains clear and constant: To keep the women of today in mind.