Sybilla’s Place of Beauty
To celebrate her awaited return, my beloved designer Sybilla just opened her first shop in Spain, in Mallorca, to be precise. A fashion and lifestyle oasis, a place of great beauty and style.
After several years away from the fashion scene, Sybilla celebrates her return with the opening of her new store, located on the “Golden Mile” of Palma de Mallorca. Situated at Sant Feliu St 12, the Sybilla store finds itself in the heart of one of the most emblematic and lively streets in town.
The designer plans to continue opening both permanent and temporary spaces over the next few months. Sybilla is currently working on two pop up locations in Miami and New York City, while also planting firm roots with a permanent store in Taiwan. In the Palma space, one can shop the new FW16 Sybilla collection, showcasing Sybilla’s constant nod to elegance and sensuality, with a silhouette easily adaptable to all body types.
The Sybilla collection, which is known for its use of exquisite textures and powerful colors will live in the space, along with a selection of made-to-measure pieces and bridal dresses hand crafted in the workshop that will soon open in the island as well. Along with Sybilla’s Ready-To-Wear collection, the pop up store will also house a selection of unique products such as carpets, candles, glassware, silverware, ceramics, and floor tiles.
These unique pieces have been developed in collaboration with artists and artisans of the island. Located in the thriving epi-center of the city, Sybilla looks to also use her new home to host various cultural activities, artist exhibitions and installations. Sybilla, who for many years has been actively involved in projects related to sustainability and education in Mallorca, hopes that this new space becomes a meeting point and an active part of the island and the city.
She states “Mallorca is the place where I feel I belong, I love this island, and Palma and this neighborhood are living a beautiful moment. This is just what I wanted, a place where I can show my work without rules, a space that is open to the city that becomes part of the community, and where things happen…”