Celia made her debut in Barcelona’s official catwalk in 1998. Nowadays, she takes part in the 080 Barcelona Fashion Week. She has a store in Figueres. In 1998, introduced her collections in Japan. Nowadays, she owns a showroom in Tokyo (Ginza), where she is about to open a new store. Apart from Barcelona and Tokyo, she presents her collections in Paris, within the framework of the Atmosphère in the Paris Fashion Designers’ Week or in Pure London. She has also collaborated with the Coty-Astor company, ModaFAD, Barcelona Moda Centre, Dupont, the Textile Center, and Lucky Strike, among others. She designed and made the uniforms for the Japanese Pavilion at the Zaragoza Expo. Since 1998, she is a regular participant in round tables.
El Voyage was started by two women with global roots; infused with the love of travel & fashion; a desire to empower others & to make the world a better place. We sell weaving art, leather accessories and coffee - a collection where style and quality are one. Our products are for the world traveler whether you are a first-class jetsetter or a backpacking adventurer. Founded with more than 20 years of combined experience in global sourcing, the founders saw the void in resources available to communities with unique artisanal skills and products to compete in global markets. We are tailored to support economic development and bring awareness to the history behind products. As we continue to work with communities we have brought our own vision to a New York-based lifestyle brand that is carefully curated for an international audience with superb attention to detail from concept to delivery.
Chris is a proud geek and lover of all things electronics and gadgets. Chris studied electircal engineering at University of Califronia Santa Barbara. After graduating, Chris started making consumer electronics devices and mobile applications. Chris is an avid Surfer and Kite Surfer and is fluent in Japanese. The idea for TrackR began when Chris almost lost his car to the Pacific Ocean because he couldn't find his keys, ultimately redefining the definition of beach side parking. After brainstorming a solution, Chris and Christian entered into the UC Santa Barbara business plan competition and won. They began working on TrackR the same day they graduated in 2009 and launched the world's first next generation tracking device, Phone Halo, at Demo 2010.