What do you do for a living?I am a fashion journalist.
How would you define yourself in two words?Extremely fishy.
What has your professional background been like so far?I did my studies in journalism and audiovisual communication and I started quite early to do internships in different newsrooms. My last internship was at Grazia magazine , which had just opened in Spain. After several years of writing for their website, I quit everything and went to New York for a few months with my boyfriend, to try my luck there. I ended up doing an internship in the PR department at Jason Wu . When I got back, Mario Ximénez called me to join Harper's Bazaar , and I'm still here!
What part of your job do you enjoy doing the most?Interview interesting people and meet people from all over the world. To travel. Everything that takes me out of the monotony and illuminates my soul a little :)
An anecdote worth telling about your work:I traveled to the other side of the world for a fashion show which, due to a technical problem, could not take place...!
The three accessories that always travel with you:My little jewels, my white trainers and the Loewe Puzzle mini-bag.
A book not to be missed:Things The Grandchildren Should Know , by Mark Oliver Everett , I always love it!
Your three favorite places in Madrid?I love making breakfast, so most of them have something to do with that. At the moment, my favorites are Natif or Clima Cafecito , and two classics: TOMA Café Café and The Fix . Dinner at Mudra , at Fayer or good pasta at Pulcinella . And for yogis, a course in Suca with Barbara Parra.
What are the three products that are never missing in your toiletry bag when you go on a trip?Bioderma micellar water, my moisturizer (I have quite complicated skin and I can't use just any skin) and Chanel's highlighter stick.
Your first skincare gesture every morning? And the last ?
I wash my face and ask whoever can listen to me up there to cure my hormonal acne one day.
Your QUINQUE experience in three words:Excellent. The texture of the cleanser is a real treat.