Ariadne is one of the biggest fashion experts in Latin America and a editorial director at Marie Claire magazine in Latin America.She has a bachellor degree in communication from "Universidad Iberoamericana", she studied a Master degree in Fashion Journalism at the London College of Fashion, becoming the first Latin American to be accepted in this college.During this years she lived in London, she dedicated herself to journalism, She is the founder of a company that was dedicated to import Mexican design to London.
When she went back to Mexico, she began to work as a Editorial Coordinator at InFashion. After this experience she got a place in Vanidades Novias.Later on she was the editorial director.
She launched and positioned as the most solid in her field, and almost at the same time she was the editor of Marie Claire Mexico and Latin America. months after she assumed the editorial direction for this magazine.
The magazine broke records, becoming the first Latin American fashion magazine with more international headlines around the world, appearing in media such as El País, Corriere della Sera, Washington Post, Fox News, Daily Mail, among many others, and exporting their covers and fashion productions to a more than a dozen countries, including Russia, Turkey, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine and the Czech Republic.
In 2015 she was invited by the USA Marie Claire magazine to be part of her world beauty forum. He was also one of the two official judges in the Project Runway Program in Latin America. And also a face of some channels such as E! and CNN. She is a regular contributor to media around the world and one of the most recognized and important fashion journalists in the fashion world in Latin America.
Business Development Director at Wizeline, Director of Silicon Valley Bank’s Global Gateway team (2016-2018)
President of the European Commission (1999-2004) and Former Prime Minister of Italy (1996-1998).
CEO of La Caixa Bank (2007-2014).
Vice-Chairman of Alantra
CEO of OHL (2014-2016)
Spanish Minister of Industry, Foreign Affairs (2000-2002) and Science and Technology (2002-2003)