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NICOLAS FELIZOLA reminds you of a Renaissance artist, like a modern-day Leonardo da Vinci. He is a cultured lover of knowledge; a well rounded man who is in touch with all of his senses. His artistic vision has surpassed all limitations, and has been exhibited in galleries, museums and bi-annuals throughout the world. Coined as “The Fashion Icon”, Nicolas began his artistic career as Fashion Photographer, and while capturing the images of his subjects, he discovered his true passion for fashion design. Nicolas Felizola has immortalized top A-listers worldwide and has been featured in various publications as one of the 100 most Outstanding Artists of the 21st Century. Felizola has worked a photographer for fashion designers such as Alexander McQueen and the House of Givenchy. Their close relationship has inspired him to become one of the most progressive designers of today’s demanding fashion-conscious public. Understated elegance and glamour are the hallmarks of Nicolas Felizola’s designs. His style is unique, with a signature image always bearing his personal touch. His total devotion and passion for the Couture style has won him multiple prestigious awards, such as the “Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition (2012), UNESCO “Personality of The Year Award” (2012), “Best Designer of Miami Fashion Week,” twice awarded by Tiffany & Co. for his Privé and Uomo collections; the “Zanetti Murano Award” in Italy; and in Mexico, the “Universal Excellence Award”. Nicolas was featured in Forbes Magazine as “America’s Young Fashion Designer,” recognized among ten Hispanic Designers that are influential in the United States, such as Carolina Herrera and Oscar De La Renta. The purity and eleganceof his timeless designs have been showcased on the most elite runways of the world, sharing the stage with Valentino, Oscar de la Renta and Dior to many a few. In his constant search for excellence, Nicolas Felizola believes: “I have not yet created my best design, nor have I taken my best photograph.”