While Halloween is the big celebration in the autumn in the United States with its costumes and “Trick or treat” there is tradition behind the night of the witches that precedes the Feast of All Saint.
This date is celebrated in many countries in a different way. In Spain, on All Saints’ Day we honoured the deceased vising cemeteries with flowers and with a rich gastronomy that varies from region to region.
But in the globally connected world we live in, traditions are being mixed and even they are leaking into the fashion world.
Around Halloween has become popular to dress up wearing some amazing styles.
One of our favourites is inspired by the Mexican traditions and the Catrina Skull (Elegant Skull)
But what is behind Catrina Skull? Continue reading →