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Raúl de Molina’s debonair style


By Iris Edén Santiago

Special to The Star


Baby, he’s got it!


Besides an undeniable personality and a winning smile, Raúl de Molina has style to spare.


The Miami-based Cuban television presenter, who interviews the rich, the famous and the up-and-coming stars, is a legend all his own.


Also co-host of Univisión’s popular “El Gordo y la Flaca,” Raúl de Molina is in town this week for the network’s “Premios Juventud” to be held at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico. And we think this is a great time to review the dressing style of the beloved icon to millions of Hispanics around the globe.


Raúl is a very sharp dresser. And it doesn’t go unnoticed. Be-sides his three passions, namely his beautiful family, traveling and fine dining, he is a fashion expert. Not only does his great style stand out on Red Carpets while covering live events like award shows, the FIFA World Cup or the New Year’s Eve celebrations in New York City, but on a daily basis or vacationing in fabulous destinations.


This guy has a keen sense of “moda.”


It comes across when he comments on celebrities’ fashion choices and just by looking at him. He is confident in a couture three-piece suit or a tropical guayabera.


He loves fashion. And he is not afraid to mix and match bold col-ors to fantastic masculine patterns in his ties, bow ties, socks, scarves or pocket squares. His choices are classic, timeless and smart, with a pop of fun. De Molina knows the fundamentals and pays attention to details like frames for his eyewear accessories, belts, watches and jewelry.


He is a modern dapper gentleman.


And guys, the gift to be well dressed, appropriate and fashion-able without going over the top with wild trends does not come easy. His secret? Moderation! And of course, that sense of polished style, elegance.


With a career that spans more than 40 years in the entertainment industry, Raúl de Molina is a best-dressed influencer who has found success and a balanced life without offensive sponsored posts. What you see is what you get.

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