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THE 90S Ms Castro Rides: Fashion Diaries

Ms Castro Rides: Artistix

Personal Shopper: Back to the 90s

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Stylist Isabel Nóbrega Stylist Raúl Rodríguez Stylist Dan García Stylist Cris León Stylist Katia León Hairdresser Moisés Pérez Make up Patricia Santana

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Fashion Week season has finally come to a close, and what a whirlwind of different weather conditions we had to plan our wardrobes around! New York was hot, London was cool, Milan was both, and Paris… Well, Paris is just always FINE! Of course, when navigating three or four diverse climates, there are always bound to be some serious wardrobe mistakes. Like the day that I wore my Missoni wool pants in Milan with a Jamie Wei Juang bomber. It looked fan-tas-tic, —and yes I know they’re doing their job. But but I was dying of envy at the girls in their cool aren’t we all? It wouldn’t hurt to be just a little loose silk clothing. friendlier!  As usual my jet lag went bit haywire after flying through numerous time zones, and as a result, I now feel that my stomach is begging me to have a detox from the coffee and Starbucks that was keeping me running throughout the season. Talking of fuel, I don’t think I want to see another plate of sushi —for a little while.

But then there were the shows, and suddenly all the stress, jetlag and doorman frustration just magically fades away as the lights dim and the music starts —it’s like being in another world!

Fashion is going through an exciting change at the moment with designers showing both men and women’s collections together. Other The WiFi at Fashion Week’s is never good, and designers are making certain pieces available to this season was just the same. The doormen at buy straight of the catwalk, immediately post the shows were as stroppy as ever, which I have show and runways are also now being broadcast noticed is a defect found in doormen worldwide in real time online. But where will all these changes and evolutions lead us? I don’t know, but I’ll be there to find out, that’s for sure! And although the hustle and bustle of the Fashion Week season is over; we still have plenty more to look forward to with October and Autumn now upon us, and the fashion world gearing up for the press days. I’ll be taking a couple of trips before the new year to Italy, Paris, London and Brussels for some exciting new projects. Watch this space. • L.C. 8 | MADE NOW / OLD SCHOOL


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ARTISTIX Old School Soul ARTISTIX has undergone an interesting revamp recently, with Andy Hilfiger joining the label as the new Fashion Director and Brand Consultant. Hilfiger and ARTISTIX designer Greg Polisseni have the same roots, with both men hailing from upstate New York, and tapping into this old-school history, together the pair are ready to take the brand to the next level, refreshing the feel, while still maintaining an element of that oldschool edgy rock n’ roll vibe. Hilfiger has already done a men’s collection show with the firm earlier in the summer, followed by the women’s RTW collection in September. Based on two graphic paintings by designer Greg Polisseni, entitled “Equality”, their SS17 collection is all about New York City streetwear chic. Not only was the collection highly wearable, it still has that old school element of rock n’ roll to it, with gorgeous pieces using cool graphic prints, printed blazers and miles of stunning Japanese silk. Silk featured heavily in the collection with black silk skirts, black silk luggage zipper rompers and jumpsuits, silk bomber jackets in black and white, as well as white silk Japanese textured dresses and tops. Polisseni also used stretch viscose for black bodysuits and hot pants, and cotton canvas is seen on shirts, rompers and sateen short dresses. The collection also featured swimwear and underwear in block colours with waste strap detailing. Gold buttons and stripes further embellish vests and trousers.  With Hilfiger now on board, the brand definitely succeeded in bringing a fun, yet distinctly edgy vibe to the clothing. Luckily we managed to grab a couple of questions from both of the two busy designers.

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Greg, the collection is inspired by your “Equality” paintings. Will your upcoming collections also be inspired by your paintings? Also the print looks fantastic on the clothing, will we see these particular pieces on the wall too? Or are they exclusive to the clothing collection? The “Equality” paintings were created before the clothing line. Each season we will be using a different painting of mine to inspire the collection.  We will also have a core collection of classic pieces that compliment all collections or can stand on their own.

Photography: Shana Schnur. New York Fashion Week

Andy, the collection is incredibly coherent and I am definitely feeling a cult following for the brand. Will you be showing both men and women separate and following the traditional seasons, summer and fall? We have shown both men’s and women’s for the SS17 season.  We showed men’s doing Men’s week in July in NYC and just showed our women’s collection at NYFW. Greg and Andy, do you both sit down and design the collections together –I like to imagine the scene as full of music, art and a lot of ‘rock n roll? But perhaps the roles are more defined… The collection starts with the inspiration of one of Greg’s paintings and evolves from there. There is a lot of music and art involved in the inspiration. We work in a very creative environment and we all work together to keep the line looking coherent and edgy but still very wearable! • L.C.

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t has ended the decade of the 80s The opulence and excesses dressed icons of the time like Madonna, who adopted a punk attitude; with fishnet stockings, leggings, top crops, crucifixes, fingerless gloves and rhinestone accessories. Cindy Laurearse, was characterized by frilly petticoats, makeup and intensity Colorimetric risky in the hair. The most representative of the time oversizes colorful garments were printed jackets and big shoulder pads, tight pants, jackets, straight skirts and miniskirts. Undoubtedly the exciting time of the eighties was the cradle of a new stage in the fashion world, the 90 ‘. The catwalks were revealed showing no specific styles but a wide diversity of casual and special comfort. Fashion became a tool to show individuality, acquiring relevance designs ready-to-wear. Singers like KurtCorbain (Nirvana) became key figures of the time, for their washed jeans and plaid shirts. Characters like The Prince of Bell Air rose to the forefront as iconic reference for their pants, shirts and baseball caps (RAP outfit classic music). Fluorine or neon colors illuminated with a certain eccentricity, wide pants pattern that showed no subtleties underwear, wide toe sport shoes,

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accessories such as bandanas, caps and a walkman indispensable. And now the question is ... How can we introduce the aesthetics of this emblematic time in our outfits? 90’s were a time of glory for many top models like Claudia Schiffer or Naomi Campbell, who wore a fashion characterized by the presence of a virtually unlimited number of trends. Many are those who say that in reference to fashion, everything was invented before 2000. After this, the collections are modified inspired by previous references. With regard to the 90 ‘, Vogue said that to date the 90s have continued filling a part of our closet. Therefore, get a proper look of this decade is not extremely complicated. However, there are some “tricks” that can be used as a guide to choosing the clothes that will make up our styling; we must choose pants with aggressive washes and Gillette cuts. Get dressed in cotton, silk or saténde bias cut, thin straps and light appearance of lingerie combination. Within the world of haberdashery, crop tops are particularly important. Proof of this are the look that submitted pop stars like Britney Spears who defined the classic look of


THE 90s Adapt the fashion of the decade of the reign of Kate Moss is possible. And yes, without dying (stylistically speaking) in the attempt.

the late 90’s characterized by the presence of pink and bright fabrics. In addition, Calvin Klein, along with their viral advertising campaigns flooded US streets with signature logos on T-shirts, sweatshirts, fleece pants and underwear. And to protect us from the cold weather, the mythical bomber without structures in black or green bottle with orange (part of the military uniform of the time) lining.

other current and covers technology. In short, the ‘90s were a time of simplicity, convenience and variety of styles. Therefore, it is not difficult to recall this time in our outfits for this season, probably because if we look into our closet we will wear one day what it used to be dressed in avenues, windows and walkways. • B.R.

In relation to accessories, plastic chokers interlace (choker) forming fretwork that mimicked tattoos on the neck, black or burgundy velvet thin strips, or green bottle. Piercings covered the entire youth ears (today, we are fortunate to have tools like earcruff to avoid going through the painful process of make holes in the whole ear), plus the crop tops allowed to look piercing in the wombs of the time.

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Currently, most stores have youth textile patch packs that allow customize our garments pervading our personal touch. I recommend the Texas court Oversize outerwear, accessories like mini backpacks (frequent at the time) and

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Always three Live

“Today I feel as if I have nothing inside me. Peace and silence make me think, and I think I can see in the sky, stars that will not happen again ... “. Julia writes in her diary the sensations and feelings she’s experiencing at that time. “I know life goes on – Julia thinks. I know I’m just a grain of sand in a desert, I know, but it is my pain, my life, my circumstances. “ Marta told Julia that she prevented Susana and Orlando from entering the hospital room. She thought it was not the right time or place to talk. Orlando has not stopped calling Julia daily. She did not want to talk to him, she rejected all his calls. She’s been five days locked up at home (since she left the hospital). She has received friends visits every day, and she has found refuge in reading and writing. She has also tried to rest. Today, Ceuta has dawned a beautiful spring day. At the window and watching the sea and Morocco Julia thinks “I will go out for a walk, I need to get some fresh air. I will go to the square in search for Emilia. After eating I will go to a coffee shop with Margarita. We are meeting to talk quietly. I accepted to work with her. My relationship with Orlando is over and I need more work. At night, as every Friday, and I will have dinner with Marta and Susana. I will propose a journey through the Sahara. I read a book about an ethnic group there, the Tuaregs, which has aroused my curiosity. It would be nice a trip together. “ In the street, Julia walks slowly, she feels a little tired. She breaths deeply, enjoying the colorful streets, the sea ... For the first time in a long time she has a feeling of peace. She is approaching the square, in the distance she can see Emilia sitting on her bench. She gets excited of seeing her. -Hello Emilia -Hello dear, how good that you came. How are you? -Good. Well, fair

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-Tell me, what happened to your partner ? -But how are you? -I’m older, with the infirmities of my age, but hey, I can say that I feel ok. Tell me, you got me intrigued. Julia began to tell everything that happened to her this week and her relationship with Orlando. Emilia listened to her intently. After a while talking and having told absolutely everything Julia says. Emilia, Am I scaring you with all these things? -Emilia replies- At this point in my life nothing scares me anymore. -But in your times, women were different. These things did not happen. -In my times, like in all times, women had feelings, emotions, illusions ... We were wives, mothers, even lovers. -Lovers? -Yes, lovers -Are you telling me you had a lover? Given Julia’s spontaneous and indiscreet question, Emilia blushes and averts her eyes. After a small silence she tells Emilia: Look, the difference between women before and now, is only one. Which one? – Julia asks. To which Emilia replies- women before did not talk about certain things. We had our secrets. Now it’s different, you have more freedom. I wish I had had it! -Emilia still speaking- Today I am not answering this direct question you just asked me, maybe another day. What I want to say is: the best part of your life is still to come. LIVE! Unaware it’s been two hours talking. Emilia sees his grandson walking in the distance. She comments that today her grandson is picking her up. He is the doctor who treated me at the hospital”, she thinks.


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-Hi Jorge. Nice you came. Look, she’s Julia. -I know her. - How are you, Julia? -Better. Thank you Both tell Emilia how they met. They say goodbye, and Julia promises Emilia to come back. Margarita is sitting at the table ready to eat. She can not stop thinking about the call that Roberto made her this morning. How did he get my phone? – she wonders. Roberto was her first boyfriend and the only one before Orlando. It was a beautiful teenager love which came to an end when her parents decided to send Margarita to London with his aunt Margaret for some time. She was only 15, he was 17. On her return from London Margarita and Roberto saw each other again, but nothing was the same. He got tired of the situation and decided to leave Ceuta and join the army. It’s been over 30 years since last time they met. The conversation they had by phone was warm and short. He told her to meet and she accepted. Why not? Margarita thought.

Julia goes to calle Real. She’s meeting Margarita in a coffee shop . She walks crestfallen, thoughtful. Suddenly, a hand rests on her shoulder. She turns around and pales. It is...•Y.C.

Illustration: Israel Castro.

Julia ate a hamburger. She did not want to go home. She does not stop thinking about the things that she spoke with Emilia, she is very curious about it. Did she have a lover? – she wonders “What an interesting woman! -she thinks. With her time flies “.

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It’s a beautiful spring evening. Julia is with her friends having a drink in a beach bar.

— I have to tell you something. — What? Marta and Julia reply at once.

While Marta and Susana are chatting, Julia is absentminded, totally immersed in her thoughts.

Unable to contain her excitement, she says: — I’m pregnant.

“I really, really love you. Forgive me, I was a fool, I need you.” Julia recalls the words that Orlando said to her that afternoon when she found him.

Her two friends hugged her to congratulate her.

“I’m frightened”, Julia thinks, “I cannot take him off my mind, I am starting to miss him. I do not want to believe in his words, but I need to hear them again. Can one love someone who has made you so much harm? Is it possible? I’m confused, I cannot get carried away by my heart.”

—You’ve been trying to get pregnant for some time now. How are you going to name her? —Marta asks. — Surely, Victoria if it is a girl, like my mother. Andrés if it is a boy, like his father. Marta, enthused: —I like those names!

I CANNOT believe you; I can’t —were the only words that Julia told Orlando. — Are you ok? - Marta Asks her looking worried.

Julia nods to the words of Marta. While the three friends are talking, someone approaches. They are so entertained that they do not see him.

Julia gets back to reality. — Sorry, I was immersed in my world. Susana says then:

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— Hello Julia! — Jorge! Hello — How are you? —Jorge asks smiling. — All right. What a coincidence to see you here. These are my friends, do you remember? They were with me at the hospital.


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— Yes, of course I remember. Hello, how are you? — We are ok —both Martha and Susanna respond. — I’m with a friend, just wanted to say hello —Jorge says.

On one of the occasions that Julia enters the cabinet, she stares at Margarita’s leg. It calls her attention a tattoo of a swallow that she has on the thigh.

Susana, with its spontaneity, asks him: —Will you sit with us? — No, I do not want to bother —Jorge responds with a big smile.

— Is something wrong, Julia? — No, I was looking at the tattoo. It is old school. — Yes. I did it in London when I was fifteen. It is a long story. Do you like this shirt? —Margarita changes the conversation. — Yes, it is very nice —Julia says—, I think it is perfect for you.

Susana, turning to her friends:

After an intense morning, at last they get what they wanted.

— They won’t be bothering, right girls? — No —they reply in unison.

— What about having lunch together. Fine, Julia? — Yeah right. — Where do you want to eat? —Margarita asks. — I don’t care, I like everything.

Jorge and his friend sit with them. The conversation developes around Susana’s pregnancy. After a very pleasant evening, Julia decides to leave. The next day, though it’s Saturday, she must work. She’s meeting Margarita to do some shopping.

Margarita offers her to have fish on a terrace, since the day is wonderful. Julia seems to like the idea. Margarita is very talkative, Julia was surprised, but she likes it. She thinks she’s ‘s a lovely woman.

She says goodbye cordially while her friends are still talking. Margarita, at home, does not stop trying on clothes. She’s s meeting Roberto on Monday for a coffee. All she has looks horrible. Roberto wants to see her great and she does not know what to wear. You need something more modern, but without losing its elegance. She relaxes thinking that next day she’s going shopping and she will find something wonderful. It’s Saturday and Julia is in the cafeteria where they were the day before. Margarita arrives on time.

Julia sees Emilia in the distance, walking along with her daughter. — Excuse me Margarita, I have to say hello to a friend. — Yes, yes, fine. — Hello Emilia —Julia is happy to see her. — My dear, what a coincidence? —Emilia is surprised, what are you doing here? Pointing to Margarita, Julia says: —I’m with a client, she is sitting there.

— Hello Julia! — Hello! How is it going? — Well, I hope it turns to be a good morning and I can find what I’m looking for - Margarita says.

When Emilia sees Margarita, her face pales and she gets a bit nervous.

To which Julia asks:

— Emilia, is something wrong? Do you know her? — No, no. Well I’ve seen her in Ceuta. We all know each other. It is a very small place.

— What do you want exactly? — Something that gives me a casual look, but without losing elegance. — Perfect —Julia says—. Let’s go for it.

Julia is not by any means happy with what she says, she noticed a very strange reaction.

They start their tour around the shops. Margarita in the changing cabinet and Julia choosing for her what she believes more appropriate.

— Well my dear, we have to go, my son is waiting for us to have lunch. See you on Friday? — Yes, of course —Julia replies. — See you on Friday, then.

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— Take care. Julia returns to the table with Margarita. After lunch they go for a coffee. It’s seven o’clock when they say goodbye, they have been together all day. On the way home, Julia receives a call from Marta. — Hello, Marta! How are you? — Good, very good. — You seem very happy —Julia says — Well, yes —Marta replies. — Tell me, tell me. — Do you know who am I meeting tonight for a drink? —Marta asks

—Who? — Felipe —answers Marta—. Yesterday he walked me home and he told me to meet today. — Well,well. It is time to do something different; you cannot spend your life working and raising Kamel. — That’s true. I’m nervous, what should I wear? — Anything, Marta. You always look good! — Thank you Julia, you’re lovely. We need to meet a day in order to renew my wardrobe. — Anytime. Go and enjoy. Get pretty for tonight. — Ok, ok. I’ll keep trying things on. Kisses. — Enjoy —Julia repeats. Julia is at home. “Home, Sweet Home”, she thinks. She lies on the couch with the unique idea to rest. When she’s about to fall asleep, someone knocks at the door. “Who will it be?”, she mutters. She looks through the peephole and she sees Orlando. She does not want to open the door. — Julia, open, please, I know you’re there. — I do not want to see you —Julia says—. Go away. Go away! At the insistence of Orlando, Julia opens the door, very angry...

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here are people who imagine 90’s as the transgressive time where fashion collections of all past decades hung out; in clothes, in styles, art, music. But has anyone thought about the bedrooms of young people in the 90’s? I have taken the liberty of asking myself, and remember my beloved time. The nineties were not only the beginning of miscegenation in fashion, but a time that can be considered along with the 80’s the”decades of fashion” par excellence, where the music was mixed with what was taking over, and not to say the bedrooms. Sure we all know what it is about... a poster, but I also suspect that no one remembers how many hung on the walls of his room. And if there is something to remember fondly are those posters that were the symbol of decoration in the rooms of young and not so young people. Whether of music groups, sports teams or famous people of the time, they were wonderful and identifying. And, if they were not the walls papered with posters, were the endless plain walls (yes, the whole room painted in the same color, even the ceiling, if not filled with stars that shone at night like Maddie Wirtz’s (Confessions a girl band, 1996).

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And taking up the papered walls, 90’s were years in which the papered houses and bedrooms of the kids, were the coolest thing in interior design. As proof of this, you just have to take a look at Andy’s room in Toy Story (1995). The 90’s were wonderful years, filled with room moves and posters changing (especially that of the posters), and certainly collecting things, many things, most rooms were recharged, none of minimalism, or balance. Rooms were in excess, and each room was a world on its own (hence each person is a world). In short, the wonderful and inspiring 90’s that the sun of today still leaves traces in our lives, fills us with inspiration and hope for good ideas to put in our rooms a 90’s touch (although now framing the posters). • F.S

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ASEXUAL? First of all say that an asexual person is someone sex cares little or nothing (which does not mean they can not have sex). It is said, or there is some myth that there was a social impact with the asexual issue, given that in that decade a large percentage of cases with people who came to consult or help sites for concern because were recorded in 90 their lack of sexual appetite and even erection problems in the case of men. On the other hand, it is said to be the year where there was a greater number of infidelities on the part of women, and that most people preferred a professional recognition exaggerated a pleasant or lasting sexual experience with your partner. Then, if so, where the sexual revolution which fought both left? Maybe the stress of years of repression and conservationism has contributed to this lack of interest, but what is certain is that the myth extends to the present. A

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study published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, has revealed that millennials born in the decades of 80 and 90 have less sexual appetite and more worries or stress. It is said that there is less sex records from the period of the Great Depression of the 1920s. Overwork, hobbies, or even goals long and short term may, make these generations more interested in other things than sex or romance, but it is curious that decades of sexual revolution and absolute freedom these records are so curious.

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With of ARTISAN Unique shoes for discerning gentlemen

The brand of men’s shoes Zambrana Abraham enshrines as regards the good work of the artisan shoemaking under the label “made in Spain”. A luxury at the foot of any gentleman who, as the saying goes, “Begins to dress from his feet”.

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ate likes intertwining paths that in one way or another, sooner or later, lead us to our final destination. Nothing happens by chance, and some would say, “everything is written.” Abraham Zambrana (Jerez de la Frontera), who began his studies at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, traveled at an early age to France to continue his studies at the Agricultural School of Mirandes. Once installed, eating became practically luxury, so the course of events crossed his path the possibility of working with a shoemaker from whom he learned to make patterns, cut and shape footwear. 2014 is a turning point in his career when, after moving to Tenerife, makes the decision to create his own brand which, slowly clear its way among the most advanced craft firms on the national scene. “Today it is difficult to find a product in which the machine has not intervened; it is difficult for our eyes to distinguish colors that come from the nature of others who have been manipulated; it is difficult that our hands can touch and perceive that what we have between them is not merely chemical composition, but something purer that served before for the same purposes”. The intention of the project that Abraham Zambrana undertakes with his team it’s not another but managing

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that when the customers remove the wrapping of their Zambrana, “feel how nature has adapted to their feet, to provide the comfort that comes from it.” Shoes and bags are 100% handmade in Valverde del Camino, Huelva, cradle of traditional leather shoes of best quality. The manufacture of products “is carried out by our craftsmen in painstaking and complex way, taking care of the smallest detail throughout the process. That is why we need three to four weeks for the product to be finished “in the words of the creator. So, could we be talking about high quality shoe making ? “Our craftsmen only work with the best quality materials. To do this, the skins of the best tanneries in the world (calves, patent leather, suede ...) are selected’’. Design and unusual colors in a shoe with a classic style go hand in hand with the highest quality, as the insoles are all made of leather. “All our products are sewn with the Goodyear technique,” he says. This type of manufacturing gets a durable and comfortable shoe, which adapts to the gait of the user, in addition to providing thermal insulation of cold, heat and moisture. Let’s say, those who have a Zambrana, they have a shoe for life. •D.A.


Images: Abrazam Zambrana

“We look after the smallest detail throughout the process. That is why we need three to four weeks for the product to be finished”

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Artem Khudoroshkov Born in Moscow in 1976. He earned a college degree in design, footwear and handbags in 1999 at the University of Design and Technology in Moscow, “I was chosen by chance, but I knew I needed to do something creative, do something with my hands. Now I do not regret it at all’’. Then in Russia the footwear industry was not going through its best. And after finishing college I decided to try to be lucky abroad. In Spain I found people who support me from the beginning. It was very easy to start. I had for years been planning to create my own brand. Sought factories, suppliers, craftsmen, workshops. And finally in October 2015 I took my first collection.

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You have a wide range of products in your online store. What is the star product? No doubt the flagship of our online shop is HARNESS BAG - a new concept in unisex, comfortable, practical and avant-garde accessory. We have released it for sale in April, but in a short time it has become a very popular product. Most of our customers come not only from Europe, also from the US, Japan, Russia, Australia, Arab, Canada and Mexico.

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Unisex bold, high-quality designs. Who wins the battle, male or female? When I was creating this product I was not thinking about the sex of the consumer. In fact I was not thinking about the consumer, I was centered on the idea. Although HARNESS BAG is a totally unisex accessory and we have many female clients , most customers are male. Beautiful and also practical How to create a link without losing the essence? Now I do not remember how it happened, but I wanted to do something new, bold, daring and also practical. I thought Why a bag can not be hanging in the chest by straps? Then it came the idea of introducing ​​ a fetish element in everyday life. The HARNESS BAG was born. What has MADE IN SPAIN given to your products? Lately the label “MADE IN SPAIN” is becoming a benchmark of quality and design. Besides the bags have a collection of shoes. When I was in Elda looking at footwear, I was very surprised and shocked by the mastery of artisans and how passionately they worked. In countries like Japan, Russia, United States, Middle East made in Spain products are highly valued. Even more than in our country. Sometimes people do not appreciate what they have nearby.

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What do the ARTEM customers want? Our customers seek to differentiate themselves from others. They want to stand out from the mass. In fact when I was still a student I always wanted to do something to call attention. So that when a person walks down the street with my shoes or my purse others would turn around saying, ‘Wow, look how beautiful, what’s this ?! What is the next step in the world of ARTEM? I would like to make a collection of men’s footwear. In fact, many customers have asked me. Of course I will continue with the female line of shoes and bags and I have an idea of creating ​​ a unisex shoe that can be worn for any season. Enough, it’s a secret. In an environment where digital technology increasingly imposed tighter, What does designs made by hand imply? Very good question. Some time ago I had the chance to know a “designer” who wanted to launch her shoe collection. She had a notebook where she would cut out pictures of different magazines and stuck them, a moodbook. She said she was very bad at doing things with her hands, that she could use a pair of scissors. And I wonder, how is she going to make design? Designing of course not, but copying yes. Although graphic design programs today are part of the daily work of a team of designers, the first design, the prototype gets out of the hand and pencil of the creator. It’s fundamental. Apart from drawing one must know the pattern, feel the shape and proportions. I always say that there are two paths. The first is to copy a product already made and thereby ensure a safe sales. It is faster and easier. But throughout it will not work because it will not reflect the essence of the brand, it will be mixed with other same products. And the second way is longer, more difficult but much more interesting - create your own style, create a trend. But for this we need to have knowledge and patience.

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B*TCH, I’M MADONNA From princess of pop to legend and icon

When you have grown in the 80s and 90s, the fact that MADE Now dedicates a number to Old School and subcultures of the time, at least, it gives a good buzz and probably an attack of nostalgia. It immediately came to my mind not only those outfits (we are now modern and say outfits) that i used to wear at that time and that I am now grateful that social network did not exist back then, but also the names of my idols started to pop up in my head, because I’ve always been very fond of icons and yes, I confess I was also a fan, but a wallpaper fan. And of course, after days munching which great icon to choose and write about and enlighten the world with her history and career, I realized that this was an impossible mission, because if something can boast teenagers in the eighties is the great amount of idols among singers, models, actors, actresses and others. But being this issue dedicated to the subject that is dedicated, obviously and with all the pain of my heart, I try to focus as far as style is concerned, and my excuses to muses (Naomi, Linda, Helena ... on another occasion it will be them, I swear upon Versace). If we talk about fashion and urban style of the 80s and 90s, I cannot think of a better female but Madonna, the great creator of trends, because Madonna has worn it all before and better than you and I and any influencer in which you can think of (sorry dear bloggers, but reality is what it is). Now it seems that is very new and trendy to wear a skirt of tulle during the day and if you think it’s something that was designed for Carrie Bradshaw for the tv, you are far from being right because Madonna wore it on some occasion, in addition to her bodice, leggings and stilettos. ¿High-waisted Jeans rolled up in low-jacketed or male shirt? Yes, Madonna already wore it, do not insist. In fashion almost everything is invented and the blonde ambition is greatly ahead. The whole pack from the 80s is due to Madonna, full point. And if you do not believe me, I invite you to review each and every one of her videos, because dear and beloved, as a transgressive no one beats her. Brash, irreverent, provocative and chameleonic, Madonna not only never leaves us indifferent, but she is able to reinvent herself every year, with each album and tour. If she has to take a dark and gothic look as she did in 1998 when she released the single Frozen, she adapts without problem and a couple of months later she is in plan american girl with blond curls and a sexier attitude if possible and thus the blonde was still an icon in the 90s with low waist jeans and subtly embracing the grunge aesthetic.

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Here, in a campaign for the Italian firm. Madonna, with the iconic look of Jean Paul Gaultier.

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Looking back, the truth is that there is no style that this woman did not use at some point: retro, minimalist, sporty ... Even sobriety has scored some other facets of her life, but of course, then those undescribable outfits who catch everyone’s attetion (and not for good, precisely). But who cares? She will probably think, “B * tch I’m Madonna”, ie she can afford it. Not to mention her hairstyles, but how many looks has this woman had since she is famous? Curly, wavy, smooth, carding, blonde, brunette, parted on the side, parted in the middle, call it x. Although undoubtedly it will go down in history for the high, tight and knotted with a platinum ponytail braid; the pretty blond pixie in the beginning and, above all, the average blaring and tie hair in her eighties outfits. But the relationship of Madonna with fashion goes far beyond. Not only their looks marked a generation, but her alliance with major industry firms is epic: from Gaultier to Givenchy, through Marc Jacobs, Moschino and Dolce & Gabbana, Madonna can claim to be muse and inspiration of designers of prestige without being the prettiest, the smartest nor the most sexy, because being provocative is an art which she dominates as no one.


Images: Tumblr / All Madonna / Dolce & Gabbana / Stylebistro / Pinterest

Hey, maybe when she goes to the Met Gala showing her butt, Anna Wintour suffers four strokes in a row, but she still let her go year after year and gala after gala, and if Wintour commands, the others obey. And yes, I do not deny that it is very likely that Madonna copied others of her generation, only that she has been luckier and she has caught our attention, but one does not become queen of pop or a living legend staying at home. Charisma and personality are very supportive in all this, especially if you consider what it was in the 80s and 90s; that neither Facebook, or Instagram, or anything similar existed ... Fans were told by those who bought records, going to concerts, acquired merchandising, etc., not by followers that most times click Like without even seeing the photo. I imagine her looking at pictures of modern people now and laughing thinking something like: “Dear, I already hit it when you were not even a project, leave this in the hands of professionals, go ...”. So no matter how longer I look through so many women, if you make me choose an icon of the 80s and 90s, I choose her. Madonna is being a hit for decades and she will continue for much longer, because she’s the f * cking boss. And I do not say this because I was a poster fan and I even had shirts with her face, no, but because if I were her, I would also make whatever I wish and I would shout to the world “b * tch, I ‘ m Madonna!“ • PA

In the MET, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.

With torero look during his last tour.

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The designer, portrayed by photographer Adriana Roslin.

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raduated with honors from the School of Design in Madrid and granted a scholarship by the prestigious Central Saint Martins in London were the right ingredients to make a new promise of fashion in Spain. Juan Carlos Pajares presented his first collection (due to popular demand and his customers), which made him be selected for the 2015 international LVMH Prize Young Fashion Designer Contest, conquer the street style of the main fashion weeks, see his garments published in both national and international publishers, and get to collaborate with brands such as the Swedish giant H&M or the traditional Italian firm Missoni. Juan Carlos Pajares, a name tightly attached to the future of fashion in our country. What has changed since your first design? Everything has changed. Well, almost everything. The only thing that has not changed has been the desire, enthusiasm and tireless hours. Your stay at the Central Saint Martins in London has been a crucial step for you, I guess... Totally! It has been two years now since I did my studies there. It was amazing, and I could work alongside teachers and professionals from whom I got to learn everything. The way of teaching here is very different from there. Four collections in the market testify the growth not only of your own signature, but your identity as a designer. What common elements can be found in them by those women liking to wear Pajares? Ready-to-wear with great design. Innovation and freshness, but without losing the most important of all: they can be used in daily life. The mixture of traditional fabrics with technology, and more current cuts with reinvented classic clothes... they are two constants. Speaking of the “Pajares’ woman”, by the way... How would you define them? If there is a prototype in mind, of course. Pajares’ women are those who adapt my garments and style to their wardrobes. There is always a prototype of woman in my mind, but with each collection I change her features and a bit of her identity. You should always think about doing what you want at the time, but keeping in mind your customers and the potential audience.

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Different pieces from his spring/summer collection, “Form Follow Function”: modern, minimalist and functional. From left to right, vest with applications in lapels and pockets, “WHAM!” T-shirt, transparent bomber jacket and color-blocked vest.

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Having seen this world for your own… How is the Spanish fashion nowadays? Is it time for the new patriotic talents to give a blow on the table? Hmm... Spanish fashion is in a period of crisis for several reasons. It’s needed to raise awareness about the value and craftsmanship of “Made in Spain” quality garments and limited series. Besides, we need to have that patriotism that other countries have with their fashion. Then, there is also a crisis that is given by the generational change that is beginning to show a evolving Spanish fashion and we need to show that. It’s almost mandatory to mention the fact that many celebrities, actresses, fashion editors, etc. (Conchita Wurst, Nieves Alvarez, Berta Vázquez, Clara Courel...) have chosen your creations on several occasions. Is this reflected in sales, or simply translates into international vision? It is reflected more in brand positioning, credibility and especially in image. Everything helps with sales, from a celebrity who makes an impact to a beautiful and well maintained photo on social networks. “She loves me ... She loves me not”, your last collection for this winter: modern, clean, even with a certain normcore touch, we might venture to say. But how does the creator see these thirteen designs? More than normcore —style which is also present, really (laughs)!—, it is a very delicate and studied collection getting through a powerful image and fashion design work, providing identity and distinction to the whole. If we ignore this, they are very tempting and flattering clothes. Not only feminine designs; you have also ventured into the male universe, with many unisex garments. What do you think about the new genderless trend that invades the network? Fashion and trends are bored of themselves and need to create new resources. It is something that has always existed, but today we take it so far that it has made that sometimes men end up buying women’s dresses for themselves. It is a language with a very interesting message: garments and clothing are genderless; they are of those who purchase them. His collections are displayed under new concepts of presentation and in important gateways like Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week. Despite his young age, Juan Carlos Pajares has managed to capture the attention of the media and most prestigious press, standing up to big-name designers like Amaya Arzuaga, Ana Locking, Juan Vidal or The 2nd Skin Co. And tell us... How does it feel the moment when Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week confirms your participation with “Form Follow Function”? The truth is that with great enthusiasm, both the public and the press were keen to see a show with my creations (until then he had never done any) and it was something magical, special and with great impact.

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¿What will the future offer to Juan Carlos Pajares? Hopefully good things and, above all, work. Hopefully a lot of work, yes, and to see the creations of this designer continue waving the catwalk and the most groundbreaking street style. With the news that the Hollywood film industry has also been interested in his work, Juan Carlos tells us that he has been made the technical part of the wardrobe of a blockbuster that will soon be on screens. And we cannot be more excited by the news. Congratulations! • D.A.

Along these lines, the “She loves me ... She loves me not” collection for next winter. A tribute to its beginnings in which it’s reflected the tranquility and settlement against the major fashion capitals.


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Why the 90s again? And clearly stronger than ever. Not only in fashion and beauty, but in culture and entertainment; lovers of these years have enjoyed the details of the era where casual fashion and style slightly marked with discretion and glamor by the very large Top Models of the time was forged.

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rands and textile empires have inherited the most prominent patterns of the time, like the tops (now crop), wide and loose clothing (oversize trend), grunge style nowadays very present in certain garments with powerful messages, flared styles, prints stripes, plaids, various combinations, high waists, converse ... Are we talking about the current trend? yes, but also about the redefined 90s. It has returned to stay and brands know that. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the reason why they have launched great pitches in the cosmetics and makeup reminiscent of the exhibition stands at the time. Actually brown and Burgundys lips of the time are the current trend ousting other summery styles. Raw and sandy eyes with marked eyeliner and lips in brown and featured wines and matte are trendy since last year. It has survived the cyclical go. I share now the keys to a look totally 90s trend:

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Glow skin

“GLOW” skin returned indeed to stay but in a more refined way, are you a lover of a radiant skin effect? Do you remember the glowing skin that Britney Spears made trendy in her shows? They have been replaced by self-tanners, so important this last year. Firms have seen a tug with lovers of the “glowing” skin effect by launching illuminators and different formats of tanning effect.

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Tattoos

Images: Sugarscape / Marie and the Makeup / The Lipstick Addict / Women’s Fashion / Spent My Dollars

Tattoos, but temporary ones. Certainly they have been trend since last summer. In the 90s the premium and creative stuff was Hindu, with those bright and tiaras which today are reformulated with ethnic and tribal styles merged with the new technology of water tattoos of different finishes; gold, Turquezas, silver, black and white that allow us to make very flattering different compositions

I love the 90s, I could write a thousand more paragraphs. The looks of that era resurface harder. Its mixing with the current trends show that fashion always comes back. In the 90s there weren’t well established trends, so today almost 20 years from then we can redefine and refine them with style.

I invite you to visit my blog and youtube channel, icegirl75, so you know the latest trends and 90s looks available. Totally available, because it’s never enough! • L.V.

@icegirlventura

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Tumble strokes, imperfections, fuchsia and black. The mood is reflected even in beauty trends. Swimming cap, SPEEDO.

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Wet skin and sparkles add that passion for sports from the 90s in which Kate Moss was the queen at Calvin Klein.

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Skaters as urban tribe also have their place, surrounded by a mysterious halo. Cap with logo, DC.

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Model: Mireya Rodríguez. Hair dressing: Moisés Pérez. Creative direction: Rubén González.

90s, bodybuilders, the new athletic beauty standard. Naturalist? Maybe.. Swimming cap, SPEEDO.

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Sportswear abandons the gym to rule the streets. Tracksuits are the new denim!

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LIGHT Violetta Tyurkina wears “Trash” bomber jacket and see-through dress, JOU MARTAN; shorts, H&M; black leather chocker, ALMA PALMA; y crystal earrings, ZARA. PREVIOUS PAGE: the same jacket, now combined with a grey cotton body, H&M; black leather pendant, ALMA PALMA; crystal necklaces, ZARA.

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HAUTE GYM Here with a white cotton T-shirt, H&M; black pants, COS; black leather belt, PIERRE CARDIN; jump rope and grey mittens, DOMYOS.

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GRUNGE GIRL Grey cotton body and black beanie, H&M; black velvet chocker, ALMA PALMA; jumper and rubber sole sandals, PULL&BEAR; socks, CALZEDONIA.

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PIVOT Blue suit, MASSIMO DUTTI; LA Lakers T-shirt, ADIDAS; grey beanie and rings, H&M; platform shoes, ZARA.

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OVERSIZE Oversized coat, PACO NAYA; platform shoes and silver earrings, ZARA; white leather chocker, ALMA PALMA; grey beanie, ASOS; socks, CALZEDONIA.

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SWAGGER Grey tracksuit, H&M; crystal necklaces, ZARA; black leather pendant, ALMA PALMA; crystal and pearl tiara, ADRIÁN CASTELLANO; Superstar sneakers by Adidas Originals, model’s own.

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Model: Violetta Tyurkina (OLÉ GROUP). Make-up: Sara García. Hairdressing & manicure: Moisés Pérez. Digital technician: R.W. Creative direction: Rubén González y Daniel Albericio.


Lost Men Photography RUBÉN GONZÁLEZ & GEMA HERNÁNDEZ Styling KATIA LEÓN & DANIEL ALBERICIO

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White polo-shirt and hat, ZARA; grey pants, PULL&BEAR; shoes, modelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own.

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Printed shirt, PLASTIC PEOPLE; pendant, IL CICLAMINO.

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Bomber vaquera, del estilista; bolso-arnés en cuero marrón, ARTÉM ATELIER; anillos labrados, IL CICLAMINO; liso, H&M.

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Handkerchief, PLASTIC PEOPLE; baggie jeans, stylistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own.

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Bag, LOCA PLAYA; beret and bracelets, PLASTIC PEOPLE; vintage pants. Model: Fernando Dirrocha. Hairstyling: Moisés Pérez. Digital technician: R.W.

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White sleeveless T-shirt, C&A; grey trackpants, H&M; grey sweatshirt, NIKE; sunglasses, stylistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own

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Grey vest, C&A; parka, PULL&BEAR; socks, LOTTO; flip-flops, ADIDAS

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Black shirt with multicolored print, C&A

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Minimal shirt, C&A; jeans, PULL&BEAR

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Pink vintage pants; logo-printed T-shirt, POLO RALPH LAUREN; bag, ALL STAR

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Model: Oscar Johansson (OLÉ GROUP). Digital technician: R.W. Artistic direction: Rubén González.


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Eva Basterrechea with denim skirt, H&M; black top, BERSHKA; chocker, CLAIRE’S; vintage socks; black leather ankle boots, stylist’s own. NEXT PAGE: Raúl Medina with washed jeans, ZARA; leather jacket, FÓRMULA JOVEN; handkerchief, CLAIRE’S; socks, ADIDAS; and leather boots, SFERA.

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He poses with burgundy T-shirt, BERSHKA; wideleg bermuda shorts, ASOS; socks, ADIDAS; sneakers, VANS. She wears a Rolling Stones T-shirt, stylistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own; boyfriend jeans, PULL&BEAR; multi-colored fur vest, NELLES&CORNER.

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Eva wears nude skirt, NELLES&CORNER; black lace top, LEFTIES; vintage socks and white sneakers, CONVERSE. Raúl, with denim shirt, FÓRMULA JOVEN; jeans, ZARA; and white handkerchief, CLAIRE’S.

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EGO Photographies by TOÑO SUÁREZ Styling by DAN GARCÍA

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Shirt with mix of prints, ALTER EGO; boyfriend jeans, STRADIVARIUS; white All Star sneakers, CONVERSE.

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Bugundy lace top, LEFTIES; ripped jeans, FOREVER 21; printed bomber jacket, ALTER EGO.

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Model: Cristina (POP HOUSE). MUA: Patricia Santana.

Yellow srtiped bodysuit and leather jacket, both vintage; boyfriend jeans, STRADIVARIUS; white All Star sneakers, CONVERSE.

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THE INDUSTRIALIST Rust, destroyed wood and patched pavement. The urban man arms with rebellion, casual attitude and lots of swag. Photography: RUBÉN GONZÁLEZ & CRISTIAN NAVARRO. Styling: DANIEL ALBERICIO.

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Denim vest, ZARA; black coat and socks, H&M; blue underwear, RALPH LAUREN; red leather boots, modelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own.

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Khaki parka, C&A; black underwear, CALVIN KLEIN; travel bag in red leather and linen, LOCAPLAYA; grey wool socks, ASOS; red leather boots, modelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own.

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Denim shirt and jeans, PULL & BEAR; silver rings, vintage; leather boots, modelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own.

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Round leather-framed sunglasses, CUTLER & GROSS.

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Distressed jeans, ZARA; rings, bracelet and necklace, all vintage.

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Black pants, MASSIMO DUTTI; leather belt, PIERRE CARDIN; black neoprene backpack, BERSHKA; black fringed charm, H&M.

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Leather jacket with fleece lining, TOBINQ MAN.

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Model: Dailos Ramos. Hairstyling: Moisés Pérez. Photgraphy assistant: Sara García. Creative direction: Rubén González y Daniel Albericio.

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Photography: LUIS SOSA. Styling: DAN GARCÍA

SET ME FREE


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Coral wears printed shirt, CUSTO BARCELONA; and high-waisted vintage shorts. At the back, Ayodele with a vintage crop top and denim shorts, stylistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own.

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ON THE RIGHT: metallic dress and basic whit tee, both ZARA; white sneakers, CONVERSE. In front, printed dress, TINTORETTO; basic white T-shirt, ZARA; white sneakers, CONVERSE.

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Models: Ayodele Neveur y Coral Gutiérrez (both at POPHOUSE). Hairstyling: Noelia Contioso. Makeup: Patricia Santana. Styling assistant: Cris León.

Knitted top with gold and silver stripes, STRADIVARIUS; jeans, GUIMANOS (at BULEVARD23); rounded-framed sunglasses, MARC JACOBS.

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BLACK Photography

RUBÉN GONZÁLEZ

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Bomber jacket, BERSHKA.

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Parka jacket, ZARA; Sun glasses, RAYBAN.

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Trench coat, ZARA; Basic shirt, H&M; Pants, H&M.

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Sun glasses, RAYBAN CLASSIC; Leather jacket, ZARA; print shirt, PULL&BEAR; skinny pants, H&M.

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Model: Salvador Esono

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ENGLISH MADE NOW VOL 17 OLD SCHOOL  

Made now vol 17 OLD SCHOOL, English

ENGLISH MADE NOW VOL 17 OLD SCHOOL  

Made now vol 17 OLD SCHOOL, English

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