Plaça de Catalunya


I’ve been saving this beautiful leather jacket for the longest time and I finally got to wear it out…in Barcelona! I kept everything else simple to give spotlight to the jacket but apparently my Police Eyewear sunnies out-shined my leather jacket, haha! A pop of color is always a welcome sight! We shot these on the second day as we went straight to Camp Nou to watch the football game and have a little welcome dinner with the Police Eyewear Spanish team at El Nacional. Come our second day, I was up early in the morning and ready to rock Barcelona.

We hit up Plaça de Catalunya, it’s basically the most touristy (and busiest) square in Barcelona. It’s a large plaza surrounded by monumental buildings and shops–located between the old city (Ciutat Vella) and the nineteenth century Eixample district. A large number of sculptures are planted around the central paved area as well. Plaça de Catalunya is also a hub for the city’s public transportation. Below the square is the main subway junction; three metro lines and a city railway line meet here. Many of the city’s buses, as well as airport express and tourist buses stop here at the square.


Leather Jacket (H&M) | White Button Down Shirt (River Island) | Leather Cross-Body Bag (The Ilustrados) | Watch (Veloci) | Sunglasses (Police Eyewear) | Ripped Joggers (River Island) | Sneakers (Thrifted)

Photos by Joy Go
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