Aloha Tatá

My grandmother Lolita, Cuban by birth and at heart Asturian, was passionate about fashion. Since childhood, I called affectionately Tatá .

Aloha Tatá is a tribute to her, which led me coquetry, my taste for short hair and crimson lips.

Tata also represents what has been their history, which was the generation of their parents, and now, closing the circle, ours: the first leg, leaving roots ; around, retomándolas. The open to the world bearing in mind that the world is so great , it is also very small and merge us with him through the closest. Tatá transcends, in short, personal and , therefore, want to turn it into a symbol: this time where often everything we have to go very far, so you always have it on hand.