Hombre Men of the Year Awards

The 1st annual Hombre Men of the Year Awards are on the rooftop at the Empire Hotel in Lincoln Square, Manhattan on Monday, November 13, 2017.


1st Annual Hombre Awards

Hombre Men of the Year Awards: Carlos Campos, Rodrigo Flores-Roux, Johnny Falcones, Eduardo Vilaro, Aarón Sanchez, Francisco Romeo

Hombre Men of the Year Awards: Carlos Campos, Rodrigo Flores-Roux, Johnny Falcones, Eduardo Vilaro, Aarón Sanchez, Francisco Romeo

Hombre, the world’s leading magazine for Latin men, honored:

Arts & Culture Pioneer of the Year

Eduardo Vilaro

Eduardo Vilaro at the Hombre Men of the Year Awards

Eduardo Vilaro at the Hombre Men of the Year Awards

Cuban – American

www.ballethispanico.org

Ballet Hispanico Artistic Director & CEO. Vilaro was the founder of the Luna Negra dance company in Chicago.

Chef & Restaurateur of the Year

Aarón Sánchez

Mexican – American

chefaaronsanchez.com

MasterChef judge and Johnny Sánchez restaurateur (New Orleans and Baltimore). MasterChef on Fox, Wednesdays at 8 pm ET, is today’s most popular cooking show.

Fashion Designer of the Year

Carlos Campos ~ Hombre Fashion Designer of the Year 2017

Carlos Campos ~ Hombre Fashion Designer of the Year 2017

Carlos Campos

Honduran – American

CFDA Fashion Designer

www.carloscampos.com

Technology Innovator of the Year

Johnny Falcones

Puerto Rican – American

Chairman and CEO of VIVA Entertainment Group

vivalivetv.net

Fragrance and Grooming Trailblazer of the Year

Rodrigo Flores-Roux

Mexican – American

Givaudan Vice President of Perfumery – Fine Fragrance

Athlete of the Year

Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez

Mexican

Boxing Champion and Hennessy Brand Ambassador


Latins are Stepping Up

It’s been a hard year to be Latin in the United States with all the name-calling and divisive leadership coming from our illegitimate president and his followers.

But what is happening is that America’s Latin community is standing up and taking action.

The Hombre Men of the Year honorees are making contributions to the culture of our United States. They also set an example for what we can accomplish.

There are no bad hombres here, just a few good men, good Latinos, good Americans.


Read Hombre magazine at www.hombre1.com


 


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