Casilda studied interior architecture, but once in the middle of the studies she saw that it did not fit with her. So, she finished her studies and launched her project. The entrepreneurial spirit comes from her grandfather who founded his own company in Peru and later in Spain.
I’m a French perfumer living in London. I moved to London 5 years ago after having worked around for years in different countries and cities such as Paris, Barcelona and New York.
During our stay in Madrid, we took the opportunity to meet Alejandra Remón, author of the book “Cuando nadie mira” (When Nobody’s Looking). She invites us to her cozy apartment, showing from the first moment that we see her as she is, cheerful, enthusiastic and restless.
Located near the Retiro Park in Madrid, we met up with the artist Andrea Zarraluqui in her beautiful and spectacular apartment, where she has art from all over the world, her own creations, paintings, tableware and her workshop, the sum of which creates a spirit of harmony that fully reflects Andrea's essence.
The FW17 collection places an emphasis on highlighting the female figure and in revisiting classic cuts which play with basics in both underwear and outerwear. Updated fabrics and patterns with fine detailing create exclusive and sophisticated pieces for both day and night pieces. Classic black is the leitmotif of this collection, yet it also features new colours such as brick red, olive green, mink brown and electric blue which contrast with up-to-the-minute floral patterns, representing a new direction which draws inspiration from the 1970’s. The final result is a functional yet feminine collection which pays special attention to the finer details, lending a truly unique touch to each individual item.
Hidden on a street in the heart of the Gracia neighborhood in Barcelona is a small studio where different artists work on different specialties. Marina Senabre is an architect and graphic designer who also creates interior design projects.
We drive by car to a small village in the Empordà. Mónica Bedmar, 7 months pregnant, together with her family, opens the doors of her home, next to her husband and daughter Alma. We can see Mónica reflected in every detail of the house. Analog cameras, a CD player, pictures everywhere, windows with views of nature and a small garden.
Hidden in a corner of Vallvidrera on the outskirts of the city, we enter the essence of Gang & The Wool where Manuela works with her great passion, flowers.