To help combat the COVID-19 health crisis, Johana Hernández, fashion designer of choice amongst new Latinx Hollywood celebrities, begins making safety masks for hospital workers at PIH Health Hospital in Downey, CA. Hernández’s connection to the hospital is personal – her father’s life was saved from a heart attack by the hospital’s expert staff.

Hernández is also teaching people how to make safety masks from home through online videos on the Glaudi YouTube channel. 



The fashion designer recently launched Glaudi Beverly Hills and was inducted into the Hall of Fame at her alma mater Downey High School, where she was enshrined along with the likes of The Carpenters and Metallica's James Hetfield. 

She also made her triumphant return from Paris Fashion Week where she showed for the third time, a first for a designer of Salvadoran descent. Walking Johana's new couture "Alta Costura" and GLAUDI – Bridal collections was the new face of Glaudi - Spanish model (and wife of Latin superstar, "Despacito” singer Luis Fonsi) Águeda López.

Hernández is always busy designing the wedding dresses for popular musicians, models, actresses and social media influencers like YouTube personality Tana Marie Mongeau, popular Colombian artist Greeicy Rendon, renowned award-winning chef, TV host, author, and star of Pati's Mexican Table, Pati Jinich. On the global stage, she has recently been included in the “Marquis Who’s Who” list of the 5% best in her industry in the USA. Lastly, she has been chosen as the official designer for Miss Universe El Salvador, Marisela Montecristo. Last season, her designs won top 3 in evening gowns and this season Miss El Salvador will shine even more! 

Throughout her career, Johana Hernández has been renowned for her success as a designer and inspiring worker. Nominated by People en Español magazine in 2014 as “Las 25 Mujeres más poderosas” [The 25 Most Powerful women], Latina Magazine “30 Estrellas favoritas menores de 30” [30 favorite stars younger tan 30] and Alegría Magazine “10 Latinas más influyentes en Los Ángeles" [10 most influenced Latinas in Los Angeles], the young designer also participated in the reality NBC show "Fashion Star". Her coaches were Nicole Richie, Jessica Simpson, and designer John Varvatos.