Learn more about Brazil Core

#Brazilcore has gone viral

The term #Brazilcore has gone viral on social media, thanks to celebrities and influencers rocking Brazil’s iconic yellow jersey! Picture this: Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Hailey Bieber, Jamie Foxx, and many other A-listers have expressed their love for Brazil in the most fashionable, passionate way possible.

Sharing the same sentiment, Brazilcore is an online magazine that’s all about capturing the sizzling style of Brazil — and translate it to non-Portuguese speakers! We’re here to curate the infamous “joga bonito” style, capturing the pulse of Brazil by featuring the hottest places, people, and ideas.

Immerse yourself in the pages of Brazilcore, and let this beautiful “verde e amarelo” country inspire you.

Brazilcore translates ‘Brasil’ to the world

The most common misconception about Brazil is that the official language is Spanish — however, in reality, it’s Portuguese.

As the largest country in South America, Brazil is often stereotyped, reduced to the Amazon jungle, favelas, and Carnaval parades. While some aspects are facts, many others stem from misinformation that fosters negative perspectives about visiting the country.

Brazilcore aims to serve as a hub for accurate and current information for English speakers, providing a platform to explore the best of Brazil. We feature both locals and visitors who appreciate authentic cultural experiences.

Our coverage extends beyond Brazil’s borders, showcasing people, events, products, and ideas emanating from the beautiful “Brasil” (with an S, as it is spelled in Portuguese) to the rest of the world.

Our goal is to promote Brazilian culture abroad while fostering connections within the diaspora, anchoring them to their homeland.

tatiana cesso
Founder / Journalist

Tatiana Cesso

Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, Tatiana has been living in the U.S. since 2010, working as a bridge between the two countries. She writes on travel, lifestyle, culture, and society for various publications, including Elle, Vogue, and Veja, the largest news magazine in Brazil. Additionally, she has developed communication projects for brands such as Holly Hunt, The Peninsula Hotels, and Chilli Beans.