Today is Romaria.
Rosa leans at the window to the rhythm of drums that comes in with the heat of summer and spreads throughout the house.
In the churchyard the grey granite is covered with the glitter of gold and silver that come out to play on festive days.
The ecru linen adorns itself with embroidery, and the flowers of the street carpets jump to the neutral cottons that walk, vain, through the churchyard.
Today is Romaria. 
The colourful arch can be seen from a big distance and near it, on the lawn, the squares on the picnic towels are filled with the picnics brought by the first pilgrims.
The white crocheted quilts begin to come out of the windows and balconies of the neighbours’ houses.
The sea smell from the sardines mixes with the cinnamon of the sweet fritters and the sandal of the hut of the Indian craftwork seller. Rosa waves to the Ukrainian neighbour. Running down the stairs, the night falls and the fire begins between the Latin music of the DJ and the parish choir.
Today is Romaria. 

White, Black, Ecru; Coral; Orange; Navy Blue; Sandal; Grey; Gold; Sky Blue; Rose Tan.

The masculine shirt becomes a dress changing to the feminine universe, while the formal shirt of a day of work rejoices with details and volumes in all contrary to simplicity.
The dresses are transformed with exaggerated floral patterns covering every silhouette with an unusual lightness.
The explosion of batik's colours is confused with the colours of the fireworks typical in summer popular festivals. Men's plaid and stripes assume a feminine identity in shapes and colours.

Cotton; Linen; Polyester; Viscose and metallics.

Traditional pottery necklaces, bracelets, earrings and cufflinks made by the hand of the Barcelo’s artisan Júlia Côta.