Summer arrives. You leave the city.

You leave behind the noise of the streets and you only think about breathing the fresh air, about forgetting how fast or slow the hours can pass and you focus only on your surroundings. In reuniting with the person with whom you spend every hour of the day for three months of heat. The one you have breakfast with in the garden of your house and have fun posing as if you were Kate Moss photographed by Mario Testino.

Summer is for escapism, to enjoy your purest essence and your freedom.

"All this concept, takes shape through an editorial that breathes innocence and mischief, two words on which we focus to develop the concept of "A Movie Called Summer" and that accompanied by contrasts of color and knitwear elevate these attitudes by the hand of Luna Sobrino and Holy."