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Cara B will become our favourite independent miniclub

The title of this piece may give rise to confusion. There are many great mini-clubs and independent dance bars in Barcelona and they are getting better and better. It is hard in a city where it is necessary to fight against a legislation that is still very restrictive. Also, the public that is not very keen […]

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Dm Òptics, a blind date with your next sunglasses

It is hard to think of an outfit in this blistering heat, so sunglasses become a key item to complement a winning look. DM Òptics is great an option to keep in mind if you like local or international independent brands. And we are not just talking about discovering new trends, but also interesting brands […]

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Galería Cromo, a place where you can breathe art

The Galería Cromo is located in one of Barcelona’s most populated districts, Gracia –characterized by its traditional people, its landmarks and for being the very essence of the Condal City. This brand new gallery is devoted to illustration and drawing. This 120m2 space also boasts a 25m2 yard to host exhibitions, workshops and courses, a […]

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Emma Pardos launches new studio-store in Gracia

Accessory designer Emma Pardos is not new to the world of slow fashion. If you live in Barcelona and haven’t heard about her yet, you’re missing something truly good. Pardos creates accessories collections with a differentiating touch and a very particular aesthetics. Emma Pardos has been around the accessories world through proposals that made the difference […]

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La Paisana, Jardinets de Gràcia in the spotlight

The Jardinets de Grácia (dedicated to the poet and playwright Salvador Espriu since 1991) are an emblematic landmark in Barcelona, a small but highly symbolic location that elegantly announces the beginning of Grácia, leaving the majestic Passeig de Gràcia behind. Right there, three prominent restaurants meet: the Casa Fuster Hotel, Palauet and Paco Perez’s L’Eggs. […]

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Sardinuka, feeding the soul

The tin can was patented by English inventor Peter Durand in 1810. The truth is that devising and producing an object that would contain and preserve food for a long period of time in a very manageable format was a great idea.. Two centuries later, artist and illustrator Kilomba alongside her right hand Mireia Azuara, […]

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Zatro opens headquarter in Gràcia

On Wednesday we had the pleasure of attending the successful debut of Zatro, the new online store specializing in fashion, accessories and footwear. And we say successful because when we got there you could hardly get in. The decoration is, by the way, also a success—a luminous and white space, small but very practical. From […]

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The Barberist

Beards and moustaches are trendy, we know that. Of course, we must remember that the beginning of this cult of face hair was accompanied by a growth in the male care sector. This resulted see scruffy beards and mustaches everywhere. Fortunately, today we are at an advanced stage, with beards and mustaches looking pristine, immaculate and […]

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Philo, the most trendy in Paris and London

The name of the shop Philo comes from the philosophical studies of Mercè, it’s founder, more than 10 years ago, when the term ‘etrepreneur’ hadn’t been devoid of it’s original meaning after years of misuse. Back then it defined, with a bigger degree of accuracy, anyone set to follow his passion. Gracia has always been embodied […]

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