They were rebels. The flappers of the twenties shortened their skirts, took off the corsets, got a bob hair cut, wore a lot of makeup, listened to jazz and drank strong liqueurs. Today the vintage look has returned, maybe (I like to think so) in memory of those women who blew convention with a very powerful weapon: Fashion.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+
Many things are said about Paris and comparing the city to a woman is one of them. Writers like Gertrude Stein and other great admirers of the city make this comparison. The famous dancer and singer Josephine Baker chose the city of light for her debut and with sensual hip movements she sang her “Paris Paname”. The artist knew that Paris was the perfect place for her “charme” and the lyrics covered the French capital with praise. La Place Vendôme and the chic boulevards of the city shine in a special way when they meet with the masters of the needle that seduce us with their proposals. Balenciaga, Lanvin, Céline or romantic Nina Ricci, along with new brands such as Erdem, Preen or Hakaan are some of the fashion houses that light up and make Paris what it is.Google+
The word romance immediately comes to mind when talking about Nina Ricci.
Designer Peter Copping, currently the creative director of the French Fashion house, has given us a collection intended for the elegant woman who appreciates rich details, a faithful reflection of the “Parisian chic”. The bows are already a classic detail of the firm and together with the touches of lace and tulle they are a nod to the sexy lingerie that we are used to see. Passion and fashion once again come together.Google+