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Warm New York

23 Abr

Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of visiting New York in a very quick trip before coming back to Spain. During my day in the big city, I spent some hours just shopping around the most fashionable neighborhoods like Nolita or Soho. I was trying to make up my mind between so much incredible and totally original stuff that I had seen while I was walking around the city, when I ran into one of the most idyllic stores that I’ve ever seen.

The name was “Warm”, so inspirational, the perfect name for a place where you may spend hours looking at every single detail (carefully selected) in a quite comfy environment and being afraid of falling in love with every garment. I had the pleasure of meeting Felicia, one of the workers and the person who showed me most of the collection and Winnie Beattie, the entrepreneurial woman who set up this store with her husband. Warm was a project with the goal of sharing their love for sunshine, mountains, travel and family with the others. “Warm is for other urban hippies like them who live in the big city but want to go where it’s warm…”

Warm NY. Photo by RM

 Vanessa Bruno, Roseanna (my favourite brand at this moment), Surf Bazaar or Ashley Paige are some of the brands that you can find over the store, where you can also find kid’s clothing and accesories for you and your home.





This is the place that you can not miss if you want to see something different, an authentic and unique store. It turns out that the name can not fit better with the sensation that you’re going to feel from the very moment that you come inside the store. Enjoy your travel to the original and lovely side of fashion.


Warm , 181 Mott Street, New York NY, 10012.


The Green Closet, Milano

23 Feb

The Green Closet, 25-27 February 2012, Via Tortona 35, Milano

I have always liked introducing you new trends and good opportunities inside the fashion business. Here is one of them, this time handled by the public administration, trying to make people aware of this new vision of fashion industry.

The Green Closet is a new a project, a fantastic idea conceived by the British Consulate-General Milan and by UK Trade & Investment to promote eco-sustainable, environment-friendly and ethical fashion within Pitti Immagine. This second edition will offer new products (with high quality and design content) from the UK selected by Marina Iremonger, Head of Fashion & Design Unit, British Consulate General Milan.

It’s a great opportunity for buyers and people working in fashion to be aware of the new kind of textiles that really are able to help the environment, not being a hazard to the nature.  As she said: “Italian buyers have finally realised that quality and uniqueness in the fashion sector go hand in hand with natural raw materials, clean manufacturing, clever use of hand skills and local resources.”

A special contribution to The Green Closet will be the bag collection specially produced for the Ethical Fashion Africa Project by one of the most important designers in the world, Vivienne Westwood. 

Felicity Litster for The Green Closet

Vivienne Westwood design

   *Model Felicity Litster, for inquiries about the model or the event, please contact me.


13 Abr

Ya podéis leer mi segundo artículo para The Unlimited Edition Magazine!! Os dejo el link!

The Unlimited Edition Magazine


Un adelanto:

“Ha llegado el momento de que nos tapemos las piernas. Sí sí, has leído bien. Es hora de volverse un poco más recatada (que no por ello menos sexy) y atreverse con una de las tendencias más destacada de la nueva temporada.

Atrás quedan las minifaldas y los minivestidos. Las faldas extra largas y los maxivestidos se adueñan de los looks más chic de este verano y las celebrities más trendsetters como Olivia Palermo o Kate Bosworth…”