The Invisible Thread: Canvas by Onda de Mar

The thing about mirrors is how they trick us into believing we are something that we are not: adjectives; adverbs; al those voices come to mind. I’m not at all what you see; I’m (like you) just a soul trapped inside a body going through the human experience. And yet, the story this mirror tells, […]

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Black Canvas: Once upon a Braid

You can only understand your journey from the perspective of your future self. When you’re living in the present there’s way too much noise.

I don’t remember where this journey began; all I know is I found myself one day trapped inside this body, trying to make sense of the world around me.

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The Future: What if we were brave enough to care?

What’s happening to the world?  Where are we headed? I had never felt so concerned in regards to the current state of the planet, specially when it comes to politics: I don’t understand how this became such a complicated world all of a sudden. Perhaps it has always been this way, but I’m older and more […]

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Journey of a braid: Canvas

Dear you, If you are reading this, our journeys have finally collided. I am grateful for this. This is a magic canvas: it has given me courage through the last four years of my journey. Now, I want to share its magic with you. So, what is the headpiece about? This canvas has allowed me […]

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Journey through France: Puy du Fou Park

I didn’t grow up surrounded by war; for me it was just something that belonged to the movies, and the history books. And yet when you are in Europe, you are constantly reminded that war is real. Every corner holds a plate, every town a monument honoring the fallen soldiers. I’ve seen how war permeates […]

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The Power of Fascinators: Suzy Buckley from Shapoh hats

Head pieces are extremely powerful; when you enter a room wearing one, they become a way to identify you, and can even turn into the focus of unexpected conversation. Suzy Buckley, who has an extensive background in fashion, created Shapoh in 2014, as a solution the lack of beautiful fascinators in the United States bringing […]

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Who made my clothes?

Change often begins silently, followed by events that seem unimportant; for example, you wake up one morning and have breakfast. You kiss your kids good-bye, and head over to work like you do everyday, and suddenly the building you are in, collapses. No, it’s not Mother Earth calling, it’s preventable ‘structural damage’ better described as […]

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A room of one’s own

I’m inspired by the inner world of people: their perception of the world, and how they find a way to translate it into the material world, outside of their mind. Artists, icons, and some brands, are able to build their universes so well, that as you cross the door of their studios, share a stare, or enter a store, you are able to be transported into their world.

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The Frost Science Museum and why it matters

I arrived to Miami by chance. In my mind, any place would be ok. I knew the drill: one year and a half of hardship while figuring out my career move, fun people to be with, doctors, hairdressers… then one year and a half of actually enjoying the city, and then off to a new […]

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A day in Miami, at the Frost Museum of Science.

Behind the label: Reformation

I grew up thinking that building a business was a very complicated ‘art’ where few could succeed. You needed to study for years and years, know all the right people, spend tons of money, and maybe, only maybe, you would strike gold.  The safe choice was to do what everyone else was doing: find a […]

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Behind the label: Pitusa

  Since my early days at Glamour, I had the opportunity to visit the showrooms of hundreds of designers, and take a peek behind the scenes to understand their processes. I began my solo journey visiting Clara Lago’s showroom, and it was light in my day quite literally. Imagine a huge space with a very long wall painted […]

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