You have certainly already booked a long weekend – or is it your intention – to escape the heat of the city. Or maybe even a week, why not? We anticipate you, suggesting the most sought-after locations, not only for the beauty of the landscapes but also for the style and the high level of glamor of the travel souvenirs that you can take home with you. After Capri it’s Ibiza’s turn, the most fashionable island in the Mediterranean Sea, which became popular in the era Seventies for its hippie-chic vibe, which started the Ibizan style, free from any label and characterized by crochet details, lots of lace, accessories in straw and jute and the ubiquitous white, so dear to the islanders.
However, the city of Ibiza has not always been the cradle of nightlife. In the seventies it belonged exclusively to the locals, and the few tourists who arrived on the island, a little frightened, used to move with a local guide in the village of Dalt Villa, to “go and see the hippies”. Among the locals who lent themselves to souvenir photos with tourists there was also the famous bikini designer Janne Heegaard, who used to put flowers in her hair before posing in front of the lens. Today Ibiza is among the main entertainment destinations, especially in the Playa D’en Bossa area where it is possible to live the night among historical clubs, from Pacha to Ushuaïa.
But the Isla Blanca is not only synonymous with vida loca. Also famous for its perched beaches, local markets, the centers of San Antonio and Santa Eularia, the sunset admired by the Café del Mar during an aperitif, it also has a beating fashion heart. Her gypsy lifestyle is a tribute to living life to the fullest, always feeling free in every decision you make, even in your wardrobe. So why not replicate this style in the city, once you return from the relaxing weekend. In fact, getting lost in the streets of Ibiza will make you want to dress local. After all, it is nice to immerse yourself in the customs of the place and go home with a caftan, a pair of espadrilles or a jewel with the gecko, the symbol of good luck of Ibiza, all made by hand.
And while it’s true that a great way to get to know a place well is to go to local boutiquesthese suggestions of ours will turn you into real Ibizan locales, a lot boho style. Now you just have to discover the ten brands made in Ibiza that we tell you in the gallery below, and that they also have their own sites online. But do you want to put the joy and satisfaction of buying them (and showing them off) directly on site, like a true hippie?
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Source: Vanity Fair