The similarities between Paco Herrero and Paco Gil brands do not end with the name.  As I’ve said in the previous post, the companies share their general approach to women’s

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Wow! It’s been a long break, almost a month. Not voluntary, of course. The workload of a graduate student is substantial. Even though I never stopped thinking of shoes or

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We’ve been hit with a bitter cold here in Eastern Canada. Yesterday it felt like -20C. A 10 minute walk in my wool coat felt like an eternity. I wanted

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Have you been to Jerez de la Frontera? Me neither, but I’m dying to go there, because of the Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre or  the Royal Andalusian School of

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Every year on the night of November 1st the residents of Tajueco, a little village in Soria, Spain, organize a singing procession that is supposed to ease the passage of

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El Coco: the nightmare of Spanish children, a faceless creature that either eats or kidnaps the little ones when their parents are not looking. The famous Spanish painter Francisco Goya

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  The Balearic Islands of Menorca and Mallorca are known for their leather. Culturally close to business-savvy Catalonia, these are ancient places that have their well-kept secrets. Shoe making is

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The winter has not yet descended on us here in Canada. It’s still quite balmy, but also rainy. I got my braided Pons Quintana ballet flats all soaked the other

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In a follow up to the post on the Madrid Fashion Week, here is a sampling of Spanish designers that hit the runways of the New York and Paris Fashion

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Fashion weeks rock! They are definitely more than just another hyped-up media event. Whether in person or virtually, the fashion week season is THE opportunity to witness the fashion world

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