The revolution of the slow fashion
Slow fashion may be considered a revolution or action against the fast fashion movement — United with the concept of Untitled Barcelona by developing a garment like handbags and jewelry with a cultural & emotional connection. Slow fashion is a conscious effort to move away from the excessive consumerism encouraged by the fast fashion industry through changing consumer behavior and forcing the industry to embrace sustainability and to produce real high-quality fashion.
The MUST of slow fashion
The primary focus of a slow way is a continued commitment to creating fewer collections per year with pieces made from high-quality materials that lengthen the life of the garment. Slow fashion and Untitled Barcelona has the principles of conscious consumerism, environmental sustainability, and transparency, with design and production methods upholding high ethical standards.
An exciting focus to slow fashion
Slow fashion is the latest and most exciting development in style right now, and it’s gaining its place as conscious consumerism takes off. Slow fashion is an antidote to pure consumerism and it’s also a promise of an original and beautiful, high-quality way to enjoy responsibly and sustainably.
Let us start with the basics since not everyone is aware of what slow fashion is. Slow fashion aims to approach fashion creation by creating and promoting originality and diversity. We, as a fashion production brand, employ artisans, and use sustainable manufacturing. Untitled Barcelona develops Fashion distribution by serving local markets and utilizing lean supply chains. The key to slow fashion and Untitled Barcelona’s concept is to produce high-quality products at a fair cost. We take action on sustainable innovation, like developing innovation philosophy in the heart of our brand and create a change.
How can we aproach to slow fashion?
All our handbags and jewelry are produced by artisans, using sustainable methods and materials. We love to share our vision with respect for the people and our environment. Together we can take action and make changes. We sacrifice the high-volume turnover by delivering quality goods and upholds ethical manufacturing standards with a significantly reduced environmental impact.
Untitled Barcelona has a s slow fashion philosophy based on:
- Pragmatism & responsibility
- Sustainability & ethics
- Diversity & originality
- Traditional values
- Local sourcing production & distribution
- Preservation of the ecosystem
- But the most important: an special emotional connection to every product created.
Come & enjoy our style, uniqueness, comfort and quality.
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How does the third chakra work?
Balance your solar plexus with the Third Chakra
The solar plexus chakra, also called Manipura, is the third chakra mainly associated with mental endurance, self-worth, confidence and willpower. When your solar plexus is balanced, you feel rooted in yourself, you have the fire to manifest what you want and to set healthy boundaries.
The importance of the Third Chakra
The third chakra is the mental or intellectual body. All thoughts, opinions and judgments originate from this chakra and also are controlled by it. Then, when you have your third chakra balanced, you can control your emotional responses, feeling peace within yourself and trusting the direction that your life is heading.
6 Tips to stimulate the third chakra
The aim of this post is to give you some tips to stimulate your Solar Plexus and feel better with yourself. You just have to continue reading and try to put into practice in your daily life the following points.
Tip 1. Wear something yellow:
Boost your third chakra wearing a yellow garment or accessory.
Tip 2. Express yourself:
Feel free with your world and everything related to it. Radiate your power!
Tip 3. Take care of yourself:
Make an effort. Dress and groom yourself well. Take a shower, style your hair and choose your favorite clothes. Every day is special and you need to know it.
Tip 4. Heal your emotional body:
Wearing energy stones such as Agate or Tiger Eye stones.
Tip 5. Be spontaneous:
Do not think about everything you want to do a thousand times: just do it!
Tip 6. Dress up with Untitled’s new collection:
Get your bag inspired by the Sunflower Essence.
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How does the second chakra work?
What happens with the second chakra?
The second chakra is the place where all emotions are processed and for this reason it is well-known as the Sacral Chakra. It is recognised as the center of pleasure, enjoyment and creativity.
The meaning of the Second Chakra
This chakra originates from the Sanskrit word “Svadhisthana” which its meaning is “one’s place” and refers to the right and real you.
The second chakra is located in the lower abdomen representing the very of yourself and the color associated with it is orange, standing for warmth and emotion. Then a person with a balanced second chakra radiates warmth and has the ability to speak openly about feelings.
6 Tips to stimulate the second chakra
In the following you will find some tips to stimulate your second or sacral chakra to feel free and confident with your body.
Tip 1. Wear something orange:
Orange is the main color of this chakra, so you have to wear something orange if you want to boost it!
Tip 2. Feel passionate:
Both about your life and about your body. Dress and feel sensual in your own skin.
Tip 3. Do something creative:
Express yourself and feel connected with your feelings through art.
Tip 4. Have fun!
Only enjoy your time with the things you love.
Tip 5. Adorn yourself with Carnelian and Agate stones.
We give you some ideas of boho jewelry collections to heal your emotional body.
Tip 6. Wear Untitled!
The next blog post will allow you to discover many things about the Third Chakra, a really interesting one because it is fully connected to our intellectual body. Follow us on Instagram and be the first to find out all the news.
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How does the first chakra work?
What is the first chakra?
The first chakra is the area of consciousness of the physical body, which means that it can be considered our life force. All the body sensations, including pleasure and pain, as well as the dominant emotion rage, emanates from this center.
First Chakra energies and everything you can get from it
The Root Chakra, known as base chakra, is located at the base of the spine. When this root is balanced, you healthy, full of vitality, positive, energetic and sensual. When there is too much energy, the chakra can express itself in dominance, materialistic drive or greed.
The first chakra energy power is based on the earth element and it is associated with the feeling of safety and grounding. Then it is one of the most important chakra because it is at the base of the chakra system and there is where it lays the foundation for expansion in your life.
6 Tips to stimulate the first chakra
Try these six tips to stimulate your first chakra in easy and sensational ways, in order to balance your energies and feel full of vitality.
Tip 1. Wear something red:
Boost your root chakra and wear that day something red!
Tip 2. Connect directly to earth:
Go outside and walk on unpaved paths. Dig your hands in the ground. Plant seeds.
Tip 3. Achieve a healthy lifestyle:
Doing physical activity and eating healthy promotes root chakra health.
Tip 4. Light some candles in your house:
Fire is the element that is usually associated with the first chakra.
Tip 5. Manifest what you feel:
Manifest everything you want to express. The root chakra and embodying the energy of manifestation.
Tip 6. Wear Untitled:
Wear an Untitled healing Handbag inspired on the Clematis flower to improve your roots.
Soon we will publish more information about the Second Chakra: the emotional body. Stay tuned to our blog and discover all the news!
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UNTITLED BARCELONA is enthusiastically joining Scoop “In the Summer” a contemporary womenswear trade show held at the emblematic Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, London. Recognized by talented designers, fashion buyers and industry experts as the UK’s leading fashion trade show. Scoop is undoubtedly an exclusive edit for emerging international fashion designers. Untitled Barcelona was carefully selected by Scoop to be part of their brilliant and unique display in Europe’s most impressive contemporary gallery, full of iconic artwork and sculptures installations, as an ideal platform where our recent fascinating premium collections will be instantly revealed to the best suitable buyers around the world.
Scoop and Untitled Barcelona are gladly united by the creative idea of contemporary artwork and the peculiar beauty of unique design, as each of our luxury handmade handbags is carefully made of authentic hand-painted art and a concept full of profound emotions, to empower the charming woman of today.
Fulfilling Summer Vibes at Scoop with Sunflower essence
We are proudly presenting for the first time to the UK’s and the international public at Scoop, our new collections: In one hand, SUNFLOWER ESSENCE, with hand-painted boho style bags and handcrafted spiritual jewelry and, in other hand, YES! I CAN DO IT, hand-screen printed handmade leather bags and spiritual stones jewelry collection.
Both using yellow as a main color in this collections inducing the bearer all the strength and empowerment of this key color. Finally, something tremendously exciting will be announced, fiercely at Scoop! Come and explore us or find out more online!
Sharing our fascinating journey with you
We’ll be happy to meet you all and share the fascinating journey in the creative concept held behind the unusual creations of Untitled Barcelona. Gisselle Morales, brand owner and artist, with Mauricio Ballesteros, brand artist, will be assisting Scoop, in Saatchi Gallery, to contact you and welcome you into our amazing international tribe.
See you in the summer!
As summer nears, many people get ready to change their closets for the new season, making room for the more colourful clothing and accessories that goes perfectly with the hot weather. In the following lines, we are going to talk about summer fashion and the patterns and colours that most represent it.
The “Flower Power” and its concept as a summer trend
Today this summer style comes in countless designs by different brands for you to enjoy under the sunny days, but in this article we are going to focus on the beautiful concept of “Flower Power”.
The concept of Flower Power is an important summer fashion trend first used in the early 60s. It appeared in America in the 1960s and 1970s, during the protests demanding equal rights for every citizen, which were a tumultuous yet interesting time in history for social change.
Some protestors during this era were nicknamed as “hippies”, short for the term “hipsters”, and they were the first to wear flowers.Thereby the young pacifists of the 70’s imposed a lifestyle that quickly moved to the catwalk using different prints, geometric shapes, psychedelic shapes and lots of flowers.
And since that moment we still can’t get enough of it. Thus this 2019 is again our favourite summer fashion trend: leather bags, t-shirts, skirts, pants, swimsuits… The combinations and possibilities are literally endless!
Why Flower Power is the perfect trend for summer
In summer the flower power restores femininity and romance with the fresh looks that flowers always give away. The flowers’ combination recreate a new fashion concept inspired by nature with new codes, which lose the rigidity of the previous season and give renewed air to the clothes and accessories.
Although sometimes it can go unnoticed or it can disappear for a while, the concept always come back. For this summer of 2019 the flower power concept has surfaced again and doubtless you will see it everywhere: streets, shops, online…
Flowers’ pattern for bags
The flower blooming in Untitled Barcelona this summer 2019 is from our garden of imagination and results in a special collection under the name of Lotus Flower, representing our concept of purity and beauty, through our boho leather bags.
The amazing and magical Lotus Flower is a classic flower reinvented with a beautiful handmade expressive art by our artist Mauricio Ballesteros, using different tones of white, orange and soft purples bringing chic optimism to your wardrobe and to your life with our handmade boho bags.
We love the origins of freedom and changes that the concept FLOWER POWER transmits and we want you to discover our collection of handcrafted bags.
Being always you, beautiful, pacific and pure, like our lotus flower.
Chakras are centers of consciousness, focal points of energy that have a direct, immediate, and profound effect on our daily lives. The chakras were named by ancient cultures, which long before modern science, knew that all living things carried a life force with them. So they called these forces or centers of energy that move inside us as the 7 chakras.
The chakra balancing using positive energy stones
It is said that when the chakras are balanced you become empowered: you are able to be a compassionate, conscious and capable human being.
The effect of well balanced chakras often translates into a feeling of well-being, relaxation, increased vitality and embodiment of oneself. Therefore chakra balancing is the process of restoring a harmonious flow of energy across the chakra system.
Also when we talk about chakra balancing we may actually refer to various techniques and meanings, thus a commonly accepted definition of chakra balancing is:
“the process through which the energy of the chakras is brought to a well functioning and harmonious state.”
The energy stones
The premise of working with chakra stones or crystals is that each stone has the purpose of magnifying or balancing the energy center you’re focusing on. In order to choose your perfect healing crystal, you have to look at several stone attributes, including its energetic quality and colour. Since everything is moving, it’s essential that our seven main chakras stay open, aligned and fluid. Chakras are the energetic wheels that keeps us standing with strength in live and give us amazing ways for healing ourselves, then wearing chakra jewelry is an original way to balance your chakras.
Summary of chakras: the meaning of each chakra
Each chakra has a specific location and purpose to keep us balanced physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Then all together form part of a system that functions as a whole.
- First Chakra or Muladhara: Security and Survival. It is all about physical and emotional survival needs and our sense of stability and groundedness.
- Location: Base of the spine
- Valours: Foundation, survival, security, habit, self-acceptance.
- Color: Red
- Element: Earth
- Stones: Coral and Onyx
- Second Chakra or Svadhisthana: The sacral chakra, it’s all about the flow of creativity and passion, dealing with our attachments and our aversions, our likes and dislikes.
- Location: Pelvic region
- Valours: Sensuality and sexuality. To feel, to desire, to create.
- Color: Orange
- Element: Water
- Stones: Citrine, Carnelian and Moonstone
- Third Chakra or Manipura: It is a lot about transformation, trying to explain how we’re not only able to metabolize our food, but metabolize our thoughts and our emotions so that we have this sense of individuality and independence in the world.
- Location: Above the navel
- Valours: Action and balance. Sense of autonomy and self-esteem.
- Color: Yellow
- Element: Fire
- Stones: Malachite, Calcite, Citrine and Topaz
- Fourth Chakra or Anahata: Known as the heart chakra, it serves as a sort of bridge between the lower and upper chakras, dealing with many emotions.
- Location: Chest
- Valours: Love, compassion, harmony and balance.
- Color: Green
- Element: Air
- Stones: Rose quartz, Jade, Green calcite and Green tourmaline
- Fifth Chakra or Vishuddha: It is all about how we communicate with those around us. When it’s in balance, we’re able to speak our own truths as well as effectively listen to those of others.
- Location: Cervical spine, neck and throat regions
- Valours: Hearing and speaking the Truth.
- Color: Light blue
- Element: Ether
- Stones: Lapis Lazuli, Turquoise and Aquamarine
- Sixth Chakra or Ajna: It translates to “command”, so it’s no wonder that it’s associated with your body’s master gland. It goes with your intuition and the ability to connect with it, your imagination and your personal perfections of the outside world.
- Location: Pituitary gland
- Valours: Intuition, wisdom and identity.
- Color: Indigo
- Element: No element
- Stones: Amethyst, Purple fluorite and Black Obsidian.
- Seventh Chakra or Sahasrara: The chakra that enables us to connect to all things, in particular to a realm of this nameless, shapeless, of being that’s not really in the physical world but in this more cosmic realm. It allows you to connect to your spirituality and something deeper than just yourself.
- Location: Top of the head
- Valours: Humility and vastness
- Color: Violet
- Element: No element
- Stones: Selenite, Clear quartz, Amethyst and Diamond
Untitled as a chakra clothing store
Our story as a chakra clothing store is to empower women, creating Untitled Barcelona as the encouragement to develop a personal concept and visual language on the “Chakras” philosophy defined through colours, screen printing, art and stones.
We are exploring all 7 Chakras with different collections, combining symbols in the bags design and using positive energy stones, which conceive chakra clothing through healing bags and balancing jewelry.
Untitled Barcelona is a creative process on self reflection and visual moving idea, with the underlying concept that the bag you wear has a lift you up message, a declare love to the one.
Why we couldn’t live without shopping online nowadays?
Only 20 years ago most of us were oblivious to the existence of the internet as a place to shop, but it was not until the invention of the World Wide Web (by Tim Berners-Lee) that widespread consumer use of the Internet became a possibility. Thus the Internet has changed completely the way we shop fashion, transforming the way that customers shop and re-shaping the high street as a result. Many of us now shop from our homes and we feel free to do it whenever or wherever we want, so it’s not surprising that the number of online shoppers in 2018 in Spain was higher than 19 Million of people.
Today we can find an online fashion with nearly every retail product available, like handbags, shoes… and more at the best prices and we can do so from any location without worrying about going to the store. No wonder it’s still one of the fastest growing industries in the world.
Digital Marketing for Fashion Brands
The digital environment has a growing effect on consumer’s mind and buying behaviour, giving a freedom of decision based on public interaction or opinions. Even though the fashion marketing is present in the digital environment, customer’s buying behaviour may not be influenced and controlled by the brand. Why? Because when customers make a buying decision, this is probably highly influenced by: the interactions with search engine, recommendations, online reviews and other information provided by the Internet.
Then the E-commerce in fashion has also brought down political and physical barriers, giving in someway everyone in the world an equal playing ground for their market, so everyone can put their products on sale through the e-stores (website dedicated to selling of product, virtual stores or even social networks like Instagram). The rise of the internet commerce in fashion during the last years has reshaped labor, commodity flows and also global politics.
The fact is that the success of e-commerce in fashion businesses has the potential to influence the market and there are still many changes to come.
Internet as a world showroom
Today we can say that Internet is a world showroom for brands, where they get both the opportunity and the place to explain and present their products through a virtual world. By this way brands create a space full of emotions, objects and words that might get the attention of the consumer by their social media or website.
Just like that brands are creating kinds of communities, following them and expressing their personal comments on the products and the brand world.
We are an online chakra clothing store: Buy our products wherever you are!
We are the generation of a cloud fashion economy that allows the freedom of expression for every designer and buyer. This is reason why in Untitled Barcelona our virtual fashion world transmit the colours of emotions for those women that feel unique and free. We invite you to come and join our online community. Feel free to share your comments with us!
Handbags have been essential to daily life ever since people have had something precious to carry around with them. The items carried have changed over time, but like the designs or materials used to create the bags.
The ﬁrst handbag mention comes from the 14th century
The very first handbag mention in written literature comes from the 14th century, where the embroidery and jewels adorned these articles and were used to show status- the richer the person, the more elaborate the bag.
In the 16th century fashion dramatically changed and handbags took on more of an air of practicality, which was strongly reflected on the use of everyday materials such as leather. In the 17th century appeared an enormous variety of bags, with different sizes and shapes, and both carried by fashionable men and women. At that time young girls were taught embroidery as a very necessary skill to make them marriageable and we see the rise of beautiful and unique stitched artwork in the handbags of that age. By the 18th century women started to have a different bag for every occasion and every fashion magazine had arguments on the proper carrying of these purses, showing that a handbag was a fashion trend.
Despite all its history, the term “handbag” was not used for the first time until the early 1900’s and generally referred to handheld luggage bags usually carried by men. These were an inspiration for new bags designs that became popularised for women, including the details of complicated fasteners, internal compartments and locks. There was an existing demand for new purse styles that were more durable and could hold more items. By the time, traveling was in vogue, and this resulted in luggage makers beginning to create bags for women to use while travelling on trains.
The history of the handbag is the story of women
The woman’s handbag as we know it, however, is a much more recent development in the long, humble history of the bag. As the years progressed and handbags became further entrenched in women’s daily lives, they became a barometer for the times, adroitly reflecting the sensibilities of the women who sported them and the culture in which those women lived.
The history of the handbag is then the story of women: women’s changing tastes, priorities and roles in society. Handbags have thrived in times of excess and survived in times of scarcity, and even defied repeated calls by feminists to replace them with pockets.
Overall, the variety and adaptability of the bag are the very components which allow its evolution to creatively persist.
Boho leather handbags made in Barcelona
Nowadays we find infinite types of bags, with a great variety of materials, shapes and colors, and all of them can be used to carry personal items such as money, makeup, electronic devices and more. Untitled Barcelona artists’ design handbags for women, with a message to empower the divine feminine and full of magic and art.
We cannot divine the future of the woman’s handbag, but for sure today is about expressing yourself through it and to feel comfortable with the bag you wear. That is the main reason why our team designs handmade bags in Barcelona, where we invite you to discover our collection and understand are way of thinking and creating.
When did the term Bohemianism was born?
The concept of boho comes from the term Bohemianism, which first emerged in the early 19th century during a time when financially struggling artists, writers and musicians began to populate the lower-rent, lower class, Romani neighbourhoods of France. The term mentions an unconventional way of life, suggestive of people with shared interests in art, music and even spirituality. Being like a gypsy, it is mysterious and without the intent of extreme fashion.
Since that moment, Bohemian style has been, for over 200 years, an exotic alternative to the accepted fashions and is generally associated with artists, writers and intellectuals.
How do you dress like a “boho chic”?
Bohemian style consists of loose, colourful clothing and has been known nowadays as “Boho chic and hippie style”.
Though fashion often embraces Boho chic, the life itself – the yearning for individual freedom, the rejection of modern materialistic concepts, the dream of utopian ideals, and production of hand-crafted goods remains a powerful alternative to mainstream culture. Now, it’s a way to express individuality. Typically characterized by splashes of colour, ﬂowing fabrics, patterns, ﬂowers and excessive accessories, the Boho chic style allows individuals to express their desire to break away from social norms and live unconventionally.
The “bohemian chic” in and of itself is a contradiction since it combines the dressed down and frugal aspects of bohemia with the smart and more expensive accouterments of chic fashion. So fashion designers have increased the embellishment, craftsmanship, and material quality of their output, making it trends for years. While its prevalence cannot be denied, few women are turning to the bohemian trend in order to make a self-declarative statement of identity.
The positive thing here is that bohemian styles happen to be in sync with the kind of relaxed, wearable silhouettes that the modern woman favours and, as such, the trend is welcome in wardrobes around the world.
The popular Boho Style in music festivals around the world
The Bohemian lifestyle also has close ties to the celebration of music, and the Boho style is thus popular at festivals across the world, beginning in the ’60s and ’70s with hippies and the free-spirited who also encouraged an unconventional lifestyle.
Today there are a large number of festivals in which “boho fashion” is one of the main protagonists. All the prints and possible designs are welcome, combined with a thousand accessories such as boho leather bags, vintage sunglasses, amazing jewelry, an infinity of different types of hats, handcrafted leather backpacks… All of them liberal and bohemian!
The famous festival Coachella, held in California (United States) is undoubtedly the boho festival par excellence. It stands out for the elaborated and stylish looks of its assistants, which contain all the elements mentioned above.
Untitled’s passion for Boho Style as a brand
We as a brand feel the connection with the bohemian lifestyle as it’s made of agents and change. We love to challenge and push boundaries and to make a boho leather bag both authentic and artistic.
Untitled Barcelona is Boho and Chic: Artistic, relaxed & liberated. That perfect mix of lifestyle in a bohemian culture that screams the style of freedom and colourful creativity all around by breaking the boundaries. Walking on the streets with the message of art and self-empowerment as an individual of freedom. Our boho leather bags collections are made from the best artisanal materials and handmade with love from the best artist of Barcelona.