Each season gives us new trends and with them, the must haves that should be in your wardrobe without excuses.Google+
At Santa Eulalia we are surrounded by gifts 365 days a year. Gifts that we would love to hang in our wardrobes or put on the first row of our shoe cabinet. But as dreams cease to be dreams if they become reality, we often settle for squinting at those suede boots by Louboutin, or the new leather bag by Proenza Schouler that just arrived at the store in the colours lemon fuchsia and black.Google+
Proenza Schouler, led by Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, is one of the most influential American fashion houses which only continues to add more followers collection after collection. This season they go deep into the path of Santa Fe and the connection between Mexico and the United States serves as a source of inspiration to the young artists.Google+
The SE acronym have since 1843 become a symbol of luxury and sophistication in Barcelona and that is why Broken Stylee could not say no to a date with Santa Eulalia. On Saturday August 27th, I went to spend a morning at the store, located at 93 Paseo de Gracia. Renato took great care of me there and I saw that good service is highest on the priority list of Santa Eulalia, one of the best luxury stores in Barcelona, if not the best.Google+
Who hasn’t heard about the reopening of Santa Eulalia on 28th March following its fabulous overhaul?
It was a social event, a week full of presentations, events and surprises, in which their only star, SE, looked internationally successful.
At the time we showed you its new image via a set of very informative, original shots; today I want to speak individually to all the women who coexist in Santa Eulalia, whom I have been able to interpret, seduced by an interesting variety of new brands – an essential component of its new identity.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+