• Reworked Vintage: That pink dress

    This is the story about that time when I made a pink dress with vintage textiles. But this one is a bit different to the others because today we are talking about something fancy and glamourous! Reworked Vintage Last year, I was so lucky I could make some reworked vintage for some interesting people in Portobello, Notting Hill. Thanks to that, I worked with some of the most beautiful fabrics I’ve ever seen! It’s not because this one is the best I’ve done. I don’t think so. But when working on it, I really loved the shape, the touch of the fabric. The simplicity but elegance on it.In my opinion,…

  • I’m Back…

    Time flies. So, it has been more than one year since my last post, the fourth in this (with a different look now) blog. I wouldn’t like to say I’m sorry, because I’m not. No really. And I’m sure if you follow my adventures on the IG, you know exactly why I’m saying that. Last year has been one of the most productive times in my life, I mean, talking about creating and sewing. 2018 gave me the opportunity to create original pieces for my own brand and even send some pieces to places so f*cking awesome as Japan! Also, I remade vintage for some fancy shops in London, and…

  • Lace and Tulle, The Little Black Dress

    Time flies, specially when you are busy with no-creative-but-necessary-tasks. I haven’t been really productive last weeks if we are talking about sewing stuff. Soon I will talk about some recent changes in my life but, now, first things first.‚ÄčThis post is about a project that I made last summer and it is not in my gallery yet. When I designed, I wanted to create a piece with a deep V neck but mixing tulle with the main fabric. This was the result. Sketches and Patterns My first designs weren’t exactly for a dress. I thought it would be great to have a playsuit for summer with a V neck and…

  • Three Headpieces for three princesses

    Last September, I visited my family and friends in my beloved Galicia. Among all things I brought for them (included Rodda’s Clotted Cream for my mother ^o^), I had three special creations for three of my friends. But the most important thing was that… I had a plan. My plan was really simple: get some ideas from them, directly, without saying what I was really going to make. Then, make the pieces, even showing the process on Instagram or on Facebook. Prepare a nice packaging. Talk about Lolita, Steampunk, etc. and how much I wanted to dress Lolita when I was back there. And finally, appear with my three boxes…

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