The glitter takes to the streets in the light of the moon to dress your feet with many colours. Nicholas Kirkwood and Charlotte Olympia have done their homework and are already on our shelves with vertiginous pumps and total glitter looks.Google+
Who would have thought? The most enigmatic animal of our ecosystem is trendy! The snake has become the indisputable main character this summer, and has done so in the form of wild prints for everything! The Santa Eulalia accessories have no fear, and goes for a total look with very trendy bags and sandals, all in snake. Balenciaga commits to the bold print with their fluorescent orange shopping bags and sandals, Stella McCartney signs XL handbags in shades of sand and Nicholas Kirkwood gives us a very feminine aquamarine version. Enjoy the wildest summer of your life!Google+
This time it is not the catwalks of Milan, New York or Paris that top models like Anja Rubik, Sasha Pivovarova, Caroline Trentini and Frida Gustavsson walk on being admired by an army of photographers at their feet. No press, no publishers, no stylists… not even Orlando Pita, the hairdresser that perfects the looks of the international designers, is there. There are neither makeup artists nor the usual entourage organizing the fashion shows… This time the runway is very different.
Just for one day, Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona is the protagonist during 24 hours of maximum individual expression where everything is intensified to create the most realistic outfit. And if you don’t come and see…Google+
It’s all about paying tribute at Santa Eulalia. With the inauguration of the new store as the perfect excuse, you will now find unique handmade pieces from the finest firms on the international scene. You can feel the excitement… These articles are without doubt the best way to celebrate the new era of Santa Eulalia.Google+
Had it not been for the anguish caused by her illness and never having had the privilege of living in the time of designers such as Brian Atwood, Nicholas Kirkwood, Camilla Skovgaard, Rupert Sanderson and Giuseppe Zanotti, among others, the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, never would have thought to exclaim her famous phrase “Feet, why do I need them if I have wings to fly”.Google+
His designs don’t leave anyone indifferent and they are intended for the strong and confident woman. His shoes, as impossible as it seems, are fleeing the excesses. The designer focuses on the abstract silhouettes and removes decorative elements, making your feet rest on a gem. Not only has a whole army of fashionistas fallen before the feet the footwear architect. Designers like Rodarte, Phillip Lim and Zac Posen have asked to collaborate with him.Google+