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This Summer Find Us in Algarve

An ancient land of olive, orange and almond trees, the Algarve region is a haven to cultivate silence and calm and enjoy the simple pleasures of summer life. Join us on our journey to southern Portugal.

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Fruits & Herbs Infused Waters

A series of cold-infused water recipes to hydrate your skin from the inside out and make the best from summer flavours. Get inspiration from ROWSE’s favourite fruits, veggies and herbs and learn how to brew these playful combinations.

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Robbie Whitehead

Knead clay, make one churro, then another churro. Fix the shape, rub up lines, put the pot on the kiln, take it out of the kiln. Ever since Robbie Whitehead started working with clay, he has found in this process based on repetition some sort of meditation.

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Clara Infante

After spending most of her adult life in L.A, Clara Infante decided to made her way back to the city where she was born. Now based in the Garraf region, just south of Barcelona, she lives with her three kids and her partner in a house immersed in nature.

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Silvia Conde
An Ode to Mother

Pregnancy is an extraordinary life changing experience, it is complex both for the body and mind. Soon after she gave birth to her first son, Silvia Conde, one of our favorite photographers, feel the need to explore, understand and share the mixed thoughts, feelings and emotions that came with motherhood.

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Episode 2: Joanna Halpin

Meet the British model-turned-photographer as we chat with her about the many benefits of plant-based beauty, the self-care routines she practices to keep in tune with her body and her mind, and the happiness of living close to nature.

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Out of the Kiln
The Green Variations

Five years have passed since my first trip to Lanzarote, and ROWSE has now launched this collection of ceramics inspired by the island. Some beautiful things take time. In December 2020 I decided to return to the island for a few weeks. Eguzkine opened the doors of her home to me, she shared her studio with me, and between the two of us we shaped this series of unique pieces.

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Kojo Anim's Ghanaian Dreams

Always inspired by his dreams and the intent observation of the day-to-day activities of people, he believes that; Everybody’s actions hold a hidden meaning or carry a secret message.

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The Masked Portraits Series
A project made al fresco

How does a canvas react to earth and plant-based pigments? How does skin respond to these soothing water-colours? Faces come to life.

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Berta Blanca T. Ivanow
The will of nature

Berta Blanca is fascinated by the behaviour of matter and decomposition. Through her practice, she explores the multiple combinations of the four elements: unprocessed earth, ritualistic fire, ephemeral air and the water that nourishes us.

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Kimbra Audrey
Intimate rituals of self-care

A new series with beautiful Kimbra Audrey, a Paris based photographer exploring self-
portraiture as a way to embrace her vulnerability and reconnect with her body. We learn to break down some cultural expectations about femininity, beauty and the toxic ideal of perfection as well as delve into her self-care rituals.

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Devyn Ormsby
Blue bananas & Pink lemons

Have you ever dreamed of pink bananas? Blue lemons? Green mandarins? Getting inspiration from Memphis group playful aesthetic, but also from classical still life paintings, Devyn Ormsby creates beautiful objects of desire blurring the limits between fantasy and reality.

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Interview with Johanna Tagada Hoffbeck

Often described as delicate and poetic, Johanna Tagada's artworks are based in a close observation of nature, both human and environmental.

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Virtual Flowers for ROWSE
by Tessa-Rose Vardy

Who ever thought there would come a time where you can’t leave your house to buy fresh flowers. Having said that, I guess now would be the perfect moment to make a Rowse virtual reality mini garden. Due to the organic ingredients, these products naturally radiate nature for me. Each one a special colour. Pink, green, orange, green. Each colour inherently has a few flowers associated with it. Dearest flowers, I hope we can unite again soon in real life. Until then, I will be thinking of you while I use my Rowse products.

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Botanical Dyeing with Taller Silvestre

Natural dyes exist all around us. They might not be obvious at first sight, but you just need to know where to look, some basic concepts of alchemy, and a whole world of colors will magically appear. If there’s a plant, there’s a potential dye, something that humans learned very early in history.

Personal Diaries

Episode 1: Nuria Val

Having travelled around the world as a photographer, she learned about the wonders of nature. Today, as ROWSE’s co-founder creative director, she’s changing the way we understand the beauty of people and the planet. We speak with her about her skincare routines and recommended rituals, tips and tricks and some insights to enjoy a sustainable way of life.

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Matagalán x Rowse:
A Tribute to Constance Spry

A special collaboration with floral artist Carolina Spencer to celebrate the work of pioneering British 
florist Constance Spry (1886-1860), an unconventional woman in many ways ahead of her time who forever changed the way 
we look at and arrange flowers.

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Thea Løvstad

The wild coast and the deep forests of her native Norway have shaped the way photographer Thea Løvstad experiences, observes and captures nature.

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Chef Nana

Bringing up new perspectives and experiences around food, art and nature, culinary creative duo Chef Nana is reshaping the way 
we look at and eat plants. Presenting beautiful, clean, delicate, minimalistic recipes and conceptual installations where all kinds of seasonal plants and flowers simply shine at their most.

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Elliot Beaumont for ROWSE
Gift Collection

A few weeks ago we invited him to our creative studio in Barcelona to work with us on a special project: the launch of our Gift Collection. Inspired by our favorite landscapes on Earth, he has hand-painted a poster for each one of our packs.

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Island Escape to Pantelleria

There’s a story behind each fragrance strongly tied to our memories. Our Summer Body Oil, with notes of Bergamot and Neroli, takes us back to the volcanic island of Pantelleria, a Mediterranean paradise of olive trees, grapevines and delicious citrus fruits.

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Época Ceramic x ROWSE

There’s something very comforting in Sonia and Jaime’s work. Natural, earthy colours, primitive and organic shapes, and a sense of balance and equilibrium evoke the soothing feeling of being deep in full nature. We immediately felt that the collaboration between ROWSE and Época Ceramic was meant to be.

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Anabella Anger's Recycled Lamps

How to create something new straight out of a ROWSE paper box? Inspired by the shape of a pair of gourds from her grandparents’ house in Puerto Rico and using the traditional Kashmir method of making paper mâché, super talented Anabella Anger has crafted the most amazing set of lamps working with ROWSE recycled and reusable packaging.

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Bellerose x ROWSE:
Alpine Adventures in Picos de Europa

After so many years of joint travels and adventures around the world, it was time for ROWSE’s Creative Director, Nuria Val, to finally join up with Bellerose, long-time friends and one her favourite brands ever, for a very special collaboration: the ROWSE X Bellerose capsule collection.

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Casa Balandra: an Utopian Paradise in Majorca

Created by sisters Isabella and Claudia del Olmo and Cecile Denis as an act of love and sharing, Balandra is a magical place in Mallorca devoted to simple pleasures: great food, wine, long sobremesas with friends and siestas al fresco.

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Sonia Perdeck's Surreal Dreams

Sonia Perneck is a photographer based in The Netherlands, currently studying at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. We love how nature always inspires her dream-like photographs, sometimes using mixed media and staging the scenes to create surreal atmospheres.

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Tuberose Mistress of Voluptuousness

Tuberose, with its white blossoms with pale pink hues on the bud, look innocent enough, but emit a complex sweet fragrance often described as hypnotic. Indeed, in common with other sensual white flowers, its scent, stronger at night to attract pollinators, has an underlying animalic characteristic, with fragrance notes that hint at the body and sex.

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Arcosanti

There’s a magical place in the middle of the Sonora desert, Arizona. Encircled by a colonnade of skinny Italian cypress trees, the city of Arcosanti emerges as a somehow decadent, retro-futurist temple.
Conceived by Italian visionary architect Paolo Soleri in the 60’s and 70’s decades, this Utopian city made of massive concrete structures of organic forms is the expression of his particular philosophy: Arcology, the fusion of architecture and ecology.

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Madoka Rindal for ROWSE

Madoka got stuck into ceramics when she had her first child. She was captivated by the meditative process of the hand-building technique and the chance to create objects from A to Z. Now these creatures, plates, bowls and vases with inky blue moody faces bring happiness to our daily life.

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Claire Guarry for ROWSE

"Soft winds open my road back; each cycle seems to expand my hands since the day they started to outnumber us. We have all learned to fly over the hills and look out for each other. Here, looking forward is remembering, looking backwards is evolving." 

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Inherent Beauty by Eduard Galia

"I’m fascinated by unexpected details and close-ups; it is observing the small things that we often tend to forget –on the sea, on the rocks, on the skin-- that we can appreciate the passing of time and the inevitable changes it brings into our lives."

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Linda Ring and the Breads of Happiness

Linda Ring lives surrounded by beauty. The beauty of nature in the Stockholm archipelago where she grew up and lives with her husband and her son, and the beauty she seeks in her everyday life. She observes the world and tries to take it to the next level. That’s how she came up with her “illustrated breads”. These baked compositions that take inspiration from the aesthetics of artists like Matisse and Jean Cocteau are full of poetry and a synonym of instant happiness.

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Alexandria Coe for ROWSE

Alexandria Coe is a London-based artist working with the nude. Only with a stick of black charcoal, she traces a couple of clean, raw lines that vividly capture the essence of human body. Fascinated by the way we communicate with each other through our bodies, her drawings are an exploration of the many forms the human body can adopt to express its own identity, feelings and emotions.

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The Seven Flowers

It’s Midsummer’s Eve, a magical date that marks the arrival of our favourite season. While Mediterranean countries celebrate summer solstice with large gatherings lighting a bonfire on the beach, Scandinavian countries celebrate the arrival of the summer season with some rituals that connect them with their pagan, agricultural past. One of the most beautiful traditions is the ritual of The Seven Flowers. 

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Notes from the Volcano

We are innately drawn to volcanoes. Feared and venerated, sacred for some civilisations, the gates of hell or home to ancient gods and goddesses for others, there’s something visceral that attracts us to a mountain that expels fire from the inner core of the Earth. Following this natural impulse, one that transcends our natural survival instinct, I have travelled on a quest to find the most unique lava landscapes.

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Fig Tree Dolmades

The edible fig ('Ficus carica') was one of the first plants to be cultivated by humans. Native to Western Asia, the fig tree has shaped the history of Mediterranean cultures like no other.

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When the Light Falls by Anne-Sophie Rosenvinge

Working across photography, art direction and storytelling, and having a diploma in Landscape Architecture, Anne-Sophie Rosenvinge has an eye for nature and an acute sensitivity for light and colour. Based in Copenhagen, her raw, honest and magical pictures display the essence of nature.

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Tess Newall for ROWSE

Tess Newall is a decorative artist and set designer living on the edge of the South Downs, in Sussex. She is happiest in nature and she has spent these past isolation weeks foraging, making wild garlic pesto and pressing flowers to make cards to send to their family.

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Diary of Quarantine by Arale Reartes

Arale Reartes is a photographer based in Barcelona. Over these past weeks of social isolation, she has been experimenting with the camera and her persona. “Thin rays of sunlight squeezed through the window for barely 15 minutes. Exploring this mysterious relation between myself, my space, the light, and the shadows, I was able to find some truth.”

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Senegal by Clemente Vergara

Baobab is a magical ingredient. Super rich in antioxidants, it regenerates, softens and repairs. It is popularly known in Africa as The Tree of Life. Across Senegal, the Baobab tree is revered and the pride of the community. Follow Clemente Vergara’s journey to Casamance, where he met the Baobab and discovered the Diola culture.

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The Miracle Seed of Sahara

There’s a story behind each fragrance strongly tied to our memories. Our Summer Body Oil, with notes of Bergamot and Neroli, takes us back to the volcanic island of Pantelleria, a Mediterranean paradise of olive trees, grapevines and delicious citrus fruits.

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Homemade Matcha Ricotta by Clara Diez

Matcha always gives a very special touch to anything you add it to, but curiously I had never thought of mixing it with cheese or with any other food... but when I knew that ROWSE had Matcha Powder as one of their raw ingredients, I got inspired to give it a try mixing it with a classic ricotta recipe.

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Spring by Elliot Beaumont

Our friend and regular contributor Elliot Beaumont has set up spring surrounded by tulips and blackbirds. Based in Berlin, he spends these brighter days painting purple tulips and writing letters to his loved ones.

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Shikakai: The Fruit for Hair

“Fruit for hair” is the literal translation for Shikakai, the beautiful Hindi word for the Acacia concinna, a shrub native to India that is traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine and beauty recipes thanks its many properties. Passed down from generation to generation as part of wisdom shared over millennia, we’ve included Shikakai in our solid shampoo bar range as one of the best natural ingredients for cleansing, nourishing and strengthening all types of hair.

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Alan Díaz for ROWSE

“All my self-portraits work as some kind of intimate diary. I can go back to the moment I took the picture and vividly remember my feelings at that time.”

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The Geométricas Hot Springs Chile

The Geométricas Hot Springs, anciently called Cajón Negro, are inmersed within the majestic beauty of the Villarica National Park, near the town of Coñaripe. These are the result of an ambitious project carried out by architect Germán del Sol. By constructing with wood and noble materials, he sought to take nature into geometry so as to achieve a harmonious whole. This new, original thermal complex is located next to the Aihué stream, which has abundant water sources.

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28.5983°N, 83.9311°E

In June 1924, British mountaineer George Mallory and his partner Andrew Irvine were about to conquer Mount Everest peak. It was the third British expedition to the highest mountain on Earth.

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Fred Tougas for ROWSE

A thick fog had set early that morning of an already rainy April. The atmosphere was almost too heavy to bear, but already I knew I was going to enjoy myself very, very much. I had been wandering on my own for a little more than a week then. Spending these moments alone was the only way I found to truly connect to my immediate environment, and it still is.

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Meet Pia Riverola

"I love light and textures on deserted areas and colours and lushness from wilderness. I always feel very drawned towards inhabited areas and discovering remote locations. One of my lately favourite one has been Peru, exploring the secret valley of the Incas, Cusco and the Salinas de Maras was one of the most beautiful and unexpected places I’ve ever seen."

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Grow Your Own Avocado Plant

Got an avocado? Did you know you can grow a whole avocado plant from it? Check out the steps.

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Meet Irina Isasia

The landscape of my childhood is composed with mountains, hikes, rivers, horseback riding adventures, watching the stars in summer when doing open air camping.





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