Tag: Sita Abellán
Soda Pop is a brand created by Jessica Abou. As every summer, she invades the networks with her bikinis inspired by the 80s and 90s.
After its recent collaboration with Karol G, Kappa has joined forces with Sita Abellan for a collection of futuristic designs.
Sita Abellán (@sitabellan) and Carlota Guerrero (@carlota_guerrero) collaborate on Planet Indigo, an art project in which they create an alien world in a calendar for 2021. ‘Planet Indigo’…
Among the group of new talents, three entrepreneurs emerge as priestesses of the current fashion: Mimi Wade, Sita Abellán and Amina Muaddi.
The Spanish model and DJ, among many other things, has been ahead of the rest for many years now predicting the direction most of the upcoming creative minds will take.
2018 is coming to an end and as a consequence it is time to highlight those talents worthy of mention for their work throughout this year.
While we wait for the arrival of “LILITH”, Sita Abellán’s new collection, we can warm up with her proposal entitled Observed.
Earlier this month, Sita Abellan presented her new jewelry collection entitled “LILITH” at a private party during Paris Fashion Week.
One of the most coveted brands of the moment, Fendi, has opened its first store in Spain. The city chosen was Barcelona.
Many say that his reputation is due to the video clip she made with Rihanna; however we are very clear that with video or without it Sita would have reached the same point.
Our national talent, Sita Abellán, and rapper Rich the Kid star in MCM’s new campaign.
These websites have a design that turns the experience into something more than just a transaction and makes every cent invested in the shopping cart worthwhile.
Sita Abellán has just demonstrated her ability to continue to advance. Now, as a photographer, Sita captures Kim Kardashian for ODDA magazine issue 14.
#LaVidadeSita presents it latest episode. A chapter narrated in first person where the Spanish model and Dj reflects on how this trip has influenced her.
The 90’s mix that occupies the streets lacked something, an element of cult to which the time has come: Buffalo Classic.