Dressed in Flamenco

The Flamenco dress has transformed and evolved time after time through the ages, but at the same time maintained the old. Its origen dates back to the old cattle markets where the travelling women, most of Romani heritage, came dressed in these simple ensembles with a few ruffles and an apron. In this way the … Continue reading Dressed in Flamenco



Seville and Triana, a love divided in two: two banks, two cities. Triana has long been considered its own city and when crossing the bridge you don't head to the other side but to Seville. According to legend, the goddess Astarté, who was being pursued by Hercules, who was blinded by love for her, escaped … Continue reading Triana