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In Barcelona, Paloma Lanna is beginning to branch out from the fashion empire into which she was born. Though still committed to the family business and at her mother’s side day to day, Paloma is now also forging her own clothing brand—a line inspired by the muted, organic colors of Catalonia, and by the strength and softness of her longstanding Spanish sisterhood.

  • Words:
    Pip Usher
  • Photography:
    Marsý Hild Þórsdóttir
  • Makeup:
    X. Valverde

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  • Words:
    Pip Usher
  • Photography:
    Marsý Hild Þórsdóttir
  • Makeup:
    X. Valverde
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