Vibia lights

Vibia lights

From its Valencian roots, Vibia has blossomed into a global lighting design powerhouse, captivating homes and spaces worldwide with its blend of Spanish elegance and cutting-edge innovation. Since its inception in 1985, Vibia has been a beacon of craftsmanship, perpetually pushing the boundaries of design and technology. Inspired by the rich cultural tapestry of Valencia,Read more about Vibia lights[…]

Desigual

Desigual

The company is embarking on its umpteenth turnaround to make it cool again, and the networks are backing it up. The return of the 2000’s aesthetic, with diversity as a rising value among the younger generations and some signs of exhaustion among mainstream fashion are some of the keys to the Spanish company’s new coolRead more about Desigual[…]

Cigales Clarete

Cigales Clarete

If Toro is known for its red wines and Rueda for whites, their neighbour Cigales, stretched out for 30 km along the banks of the Pisuerga river, is beloved for the deep pink rosé called Clarete, made from a high proportion of Tempranillo or Garnacha with, historically, white varieties that grew in the same vineyards thrown in, too. These areRead more about Cigales Clarete[…]

The Campamento

The Campamento

Antía Montero and Jorge Toba are two young entrepreneurs from La Coruña (Galicia) who four years ago embarked on the adventure of opening their own children’s fashion company, The Campamento, which is totally sustainable and environmentally friendly. In these four years they have taken a giant leap forward. Sustainable and environmentally friendly, The Campamento manufacturesRead more about The Campamento[…]

Sargadelos at MoMa

Sargadelos at MoMa

For over 200 years, heritage brand Sargadelos has been producing handmade porcelain designs in Spain’s northwestern region of Galicia. In recent decades, Sargadelos has employed a unique process of porcelain firing that results in beautiful and luminous colors. The pattern on this dinnerware is inspired by traditional forms and motifs found in Galician and CelticRead more about Sargadelos at MoMa[…]

Nordés Gin

Nordés Gin

The history of Nordés, Galicia’s very own gin, began with a group of friends and a dish of octopus. Whilst enjoying this traditional Galician delicacy, a renowned sommelier and winner of the Nariz de Oro awards 2004, a Galician winemaker and a master distiller began to imagine a Galician gin which would be made usingRead more about Nordés Gin[…]