On Friday 28th will be launched the first printed issue of Miss Robin in Dudua, Barcelona. Born in internet, now it jumps to paper. We talk with its editor in chief in order to know more about this little madame in town.
Who is MissRobin?
She is a young, feminine and nostalgic girl. She is audacious and creative who loves everything nice.
How we could surprise her?
Preparing a thematic party, giving her an Orla Kiely dress or inviting her at the prom party.
Why did you decide to publish on paper?
MissRobin loves and collects magazines and she misses old times. She adore sixties magazines and today’s publications with a Girlie style.
What can we find in her wardrobe?
You could find mostly everything in her closet. Vintage dresses from second hand stores and flea markets, great fashion designer pieces found in ebay or Etsy…quality over quantity. Vivetta, Dahlia or everything from Audrey Grace.
Does she have any secret?
She is saving money since her sixteen birthday to buy a Valentino dress.
Where we could fin her in Barcelona?`
Walking, always walking. She could be in Gracia market, in a vintage shop, learning new DIY in Duduá or cycling in the harbour. When it is raining she stays at home listening music.
Which are the MissRobin icons?
Tavi Gevinson, for her precocity, Twiggy because she was the first with her girly aesthethic. Suzy Bibshop from Moonrise Kingdom for her adventurous soul. And Sofia Coppola for everyone of the feminine characters she has created.
Could you explain us a little bit about the creative process behind Miss Robin?
The most difficult part has been to coordinate the more than 20 people and to follow the schedule. The search for advertisers has been difficult as well, but has been really nice to feel the support of international brands.
We have need a time to test our audience and to define our style and contents. We always wanted to make a paper magazine, and now was the perfect time to do it.