Buro 24/7  is launching in Mexico, marking the brand's first foray into the Latin American market. The 11th edition of the luxury and lifestyle website founded by Miroslava Duma will be in collaboration with Brenda Díaz de la Vega, the former Editor-In-Chief of Harper's Bazaar Mexico & Latin America.

"I have always admired Miroslava, and greatly respect her entrepreneurial skills and business acumen," said de la Vega. "She is one of the top forces behind fashion´s digital landscape, and has managed to develop Buro 24/7 into one of the fastest-growing digital lifestyle platforms. I am thrilled to be embarking on this journey with her in Mexico and Latin America, and am very enthusiastic about the tremendous potential that lies in the region."

Buro247.mx will provide the Spanish-speaking population of the continent around the clock access to fashion, beauty and contemporary culture news. "We are very excited to bring Buro 24/7 to the fashion-savvy people of Latin America in partnership with Brenda Diaz de la Vega," says Duma. "Mexico City is undergoing a cultural revolution with new museums, galleries and fashion designers emerging with force, and we anticipate this partnership to be extremely rewarding and longstanding."

Buro 24/7 currently has bases in four continents, in countries including Russia, Croatia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Mongolia and the Middle East. The Mexico edition will be officially launched in March.