Abraham de Amézaga is a writer, journalist and lecturer specialized in fashion, luxury and quality.

Grandson of a writer, with French literature degree and based in Paris, he was fashion writer and correspondent of Vogue Mexico and Vogue Latin America in Europe for ten years (2006-2016). He is teacher of Fashion & Beauty Communication Master Vogue-Universidad Carlos III in Madrid and lecturer in Europe, Latin America and the US about fashion, luxury and quality.

He has been involved in Balenciaga. De París a San Sebastián and Carta de amor a Cristóbal Balenciaga books and he is the author of a study about the Basque fashion designers.

Abraham has interviewed the best fashion designers (Karl Lagerfeld, Tommy Hilfiger, Paco Rabanne, Carolina Herrera, Giorgio Armani, Riccardo Tisci, Christopher Bailey…); models (Elle Macpherson, Adriana Lima, Mariacarla Boscono…), the most influencer CEOs (Sidney Toledano, at Dior; Caroline Scheufele, at Chopard; Walter von Känel, at Longines…) and international fragrance creators (Jean-Claude Ellena, Alberto Morillas, Olivier Cresp…).

He usually visits the best luxury brands ateliers (Hermès, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Bottega Veneta, Loewe, John Lobb, Pomellato, Delvaux…), and gets invited to the most important fashion shows and events in Europe.

Spanish luxury bags designer Celeste Galiano Mondino created “Abraham” bag (2011), in tribute to Abraham de Amézaga.

Since 2006 he is a member of the jury of Villégiature Awards, prizes which are awarded yearly in Paris to the best luxury hotels in Europe, North Africa, Middle East and Asia.