If there’s one thing I’ve learned about my own personal style, it’s that the most simple things can feel the most special. This is why I’m smitten with Masscob, a label based in a small Spanish coastal town, La Coruña. Designers and partners Marga Massanet and Jacobo Cobián created their brand on a commitment to reviving artisanal values and maintaining quality, first and foremost. A Victorian inspired cotton blouse features such delicate guipure lace detailing, that it might as well be claim to be vintage. Linen dresses, dyed in natural earthy tones, are lightweight, comfortable and timeless. Simple. Beautiful.
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