Barcelona, 1997

To MARINA BOSCH, her brand feels like a diary, a never-ending search for oneself.

She projects her fantasies, memories and concerns through alter egos, characters that are creepy and tender at the same time, like modern Carries, a horror book with a heart engraved on its cover.

Filled with an aura of intimacy, her world feels like peeping inside a stranger’s open window and ending up trapped by the vision. Something morbid even, a forbidden thought.

With an obsession for dualities and inspired by André Breton’s quote about Frida Kahlo’s art “A ribbon around a bomb”, her collections explore the boundaries between dreams and nightmares, the marriage of opposites, the beauty behind darkness.