ai!culotte is a happy lingerie brand, focused on the comfort and empowerment of women through underwear and self-love.
Raccontin was born to tell stories through illustrations, trying to valorize the everyday, the small details and dreams. The idea is that each house or everyday object reminds you of something beautiful, encouraging your imagination to create stories.
Illustrator and graphic designer based in Badalona, Barcelona. Since COVID-19 lockdown decides to focus on her illustrations in a professional way and dedicates time to what she likes the most since childhood: drawing and painting stuff.
She is currently working on illustrations and designs for both her own projects and freelance commissions. Sustainability is an important factor and so her prints and original illustrations are made using standard sizes to reduce the surplus paper. Everything is produced in small batches, taking care of every detail.
Laia Aviñoa is a product designer who lives and works in Barcelona. She likes to combine design and illustration in her free time.
Her main technique is digital illustration, by which she achieves very colourful and characteristic illustrations. By using a minimalist style, she manages to give importance to the whole illustration and not to the character itself.
TEMPLA, balance yourself
We are a local start up aiming to help our customers to balance their work or home environments through aromatherapy.
At TEMPLA you can find our hand-made soy wax candles. We made them right here, in Barcelona, out of vegan, eco-friendly and biodegradable vegetable wax.
We do also offer essential oil and jojoba blends and essential oil floral water.
Additionally, we do have some extra hand-made products: our natural smudge sticks and our herbs blends, perfect for cleaning the energy of your room.
Everything TEMPLA makes serves to balance the energy of your home and be your best companion during you relaxation, meditation, yoga or self development moments.
Slow, ethical and comfortable fashion for babies, kids and woman made in Barcelona.
llustrator based in Barcelona. She currently works for different brands and companies creating a new imaginary world for each project.
Valtrus is a craft binding project. Located in Valls, Tarragona. All the notebooks and diaries are made one by one, in the atelier, 100% handmade with sustainable fabrics and recycled paper.
Botanical dyes and lots of love is what make this collaboration between Iorana Lab and Sircus so different.
Our inspiration walked through our door one day during the month of August. A customer came in asking about Sircus’ headwraps which we had on display. She had just won the battle of cancer, and chemotherapy had caused her to lose her hair, so she was looking for an accessory to match her outfit. And she fell in love. She explained to us how difficult it had been to find beautiful and well-priced headwraps since her sensitive skin couldn’t bear all kinds of fabrics. In that very moment, we knew we had to do something.
Thanks to Marcela, the founder of Sircus, we came across what we were looking for: natural materials and botanical dyes to make the headwraps.
Botanical dyes allowed us to put a splash of colour to the headwraps without having to use any chemicals. Pomegranate, turmeric, lavender, and plenty of other natural ingredients were used to bring bland colours into a whole new realm. Soft colours and natural fabric to create beautiful head wraps for those on a quest to put some colour into their day to day outfits.
Iorana was responsible for the campaign’s design and communication through Instagram and in the store, as well as the packaging. Since the units were limited and exclusive, so was the timeframe of the sale: which was from the 16th of October to the 1st of November. We had the opportunity to sell them during Breast Cancer Awareness Day, and a percentage of each sale was directed to Oncolliga, an association that supports those affected by cancer, through accompaniment, psychological help, at-home support, etc.
These headwraps were a socially committed product that allowed us to raise money for Oncolliga and its fight against cancer. And this is the essence of Iorana Lab: functional, beautiful products with social impact.
Handmade face masks made locally and with quality material that supports community projects.
When we started going out on the streets again after the confinement, we needed to be protected and prepared. So we added fun patterns to face masks in order to make our days shine a little brighter.
To do this, we joined forces with Tanana Crafts, which is a brand that puts a lot of care into every product, from the materials to the sewing process. Four different sizes, so we could cater to everyone: from 3-year-old children to adults; and six different patterns to choose from. We also offered exclusive patterns, strengthening Iorana’s Lab essence.
Face masks with two cotton layers with an opening between them, with an additional option for a third one which functions as a filter. They adjust to the shape of the face and come with an elastic band for adjustment.
Iorana was in charge of the communication and promotion through Instagram, as well as managing part of the orders that were coming in. Since this time, the sale couldn’t be done in our store. As you know, this kind of product goes in line with the ones we already have at Iorana, and as such, we do not gain any economic benefit from them.
A percentage of the sales were destined to “Banc dels Aliments”, that created an emergency fund for Covid-19 to give support to those families who had food grants, so they could still receive food during the quarantine.
A small gesture to help in this struggle we have all had to face.