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Juan Fernando was born on April 13, 1986 in Valencia, Venezuela. During his adolescence, he developed an interest in fashion design and took his first steps by designing evening gowns for his classmates during high school.

He later formally studied fashion design at the Charles Worth Design Institute, where he stood out by winning first place in each of the fashion shows where he presented his collections. He then traveled to Madrid to specialize in Haute Couture

In 2008, he opened his own workshop from which he created unique pieces for women and special occasions. His designs graced the runways of various beauty pageants in the country, and in 2010, he took part in the first edition of Venezuela Fashion Week. In September 2011, he returned to Spain to study at the Istituto Europeo di Design, where he earned a Master's degree in Fashion Business Management.

In December 2011, the Miss Tourism Queen International representative for Venezuela showcased one of the designer's outfits in the final night of the competition and was crowned as Miss Tourism Queen of America in Xian, China.

In 2012, the Miss World Brazil Organization selected him to design two exclusive outfits for Mariana Notarangelo da Fonseca, the representative of Brazil in the Miss World 2012 competition. One of these outfits, the evening gown, stood out during the coronation night in Ordos, China, where Miss Brazil World 2012 was crowned as Miss World America 2012.

That same year, he dressed the representative of Venezuela for the International Livestock Fair for the coronation night in Montería, Colombia, as well as various events during the competition. The year 2013 began with the inauguration of a new location for his atelier in the city of Valencia, Venezuela. Once again, the Miss World Brazil Organization chose him as the official designer for the gala gown worn by Sancler Franz, their candidate in the Miss World 2013, and he also created part of the attire she wore to the competition. That year, he received the award for the best designer of the night at the Miss Carabobo 2013 pageant and dressed the show's host, Jessica Chaya, in her three wardrobe changes.

In October, the designer was responsible for dressing Mariella Agriesti, Miss Carabobo 2013, for the interview with the jury at the Miss Venezuela pageant. That same year, he was awarded by the Señorita Magallanes Organization for the best design related to the famous national baseball team.

In 2014, he started designing outfits for the presenter Jessica Chaya for her tour in Ecuador, where she wore the designer's creations at important events. The Miss Carabobo Organization assigned him three candidates that year, solidifying his position as the most relevant designer of the night. During the recordings of "Venezuela Baila Así," he served as a wardrobe judge for the competition and dressed Jessica Chaya in four outfits inspired by the national flag for the final gala.

In October, OK Venezuela magazine contacted the designer to dress the winners of the Miss Venezuela pageant in a special edition of the magazine. In November, the Miss Ecuador Organization sought him out to create part of the wardrobe for their candidate. In December, he was honored by the Charles Worth Design Institute for his career achievements both inside and outside the country.

In 2015, the Miss Carabobo Organization, belonging to the Cisneros Organization and Miss Venezuela, called on him to develop the central number outfits for the pageant. On that occasion, he was also awarded as the best designer of the night for the attire worn by one of the winners, María José Brito. During that same year, Venevision selected him to dress María José for the talent show gala of the Miss Venezuela pageant and the interview with the jury.

In September, he coordinated a group of designers for the Mrs. Venezuela International pageant and also dressed Carmen Victoria Perez, a prominent Venezuelan television presenter, for the event. In November, the representative of Ecuador, Katherin Espin, was crowned wearing an outfit designed by Juan Fernando. That same year, the representatives of Medio and Aruba for Miss Earth wore outfits designed by him for the coronation night. In October 2015, the designer relocated to Paris to study and work with the Oscar de la Renta fashion house at events in the city.

In 2016, he traveled to New York City to work in the design department of the Zac Posen fashion house. That same year, he founded his own dancewear brand, Alhambra Flamenco Dance Wear, creating costumes for various theater and musical productions, including "Noches de Arabia" based on Aladdin, "Las mujeres de Lorca," "Alma Gitana," and others.

In 2017, the Miss Carabobo Organization called on him to dress two of their candidates, and the Miss Tourism pageant engaged him to create the traditional and gala outfits for the representative of Carabobo.

In 2018, while back in Venezuela, P&G contacted him to create the costumes for the television commercials of the Miss Venezuela pageant. He also designed the wardrobe for the Miss Ecuador representative for her participation in the competition.

In 2019, he collaborated with the Miss Earth Puerto Rico Organization to create outfits for Miss Earth Nellys Pimentel. In December of that year, he was in charge of dressing presenter Rashel Diaz for the Miss Universe special on Univision. In July, he was appointed as the Costume Director for the musical "América Viva," where he not only supervised the creation of costumes but also designed and worked in collaboration with other designers.

The year 2020 began with the launch of his collection in Seville, Spain, during the International Flamenco Fashion Fair, making him the first Venezuelan and Latin American to showcase his work on this prestigious runway.

In 2021, 2022 and 2023, he continued his role as Costume Director for the musical

"América Viva," which performed to sold-out audiences at the New World Center in Miami and the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami.

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