Anna Ponsa Lopez is someone who's dedicated a lot of time and energy to pursuing her passions in life. From going to school for photography to be able to create quality content for readers of her blog and starting her own jewelry line, she has truly shown that to find the path to success all you need is perseverance and dedication.
Anna, If you could have just one single outfit in your closet, which one would it be?
Definitely a mini black dress or a navy dress combined with a long trench down to my ankles. Perfect for this time of the year.
Make a confession!
I am not a person with big secrets; I like to share my worries, likes and projects on my website www.missnobody.net. Obviously, all in due time. Right now I'm studying photography at EFTI, to learn everything I need to pursue one of my passions. I can also share that I am preparing a very special project in the spring of 2017. No doubt, I'll be a year that will be very special at a personal and at a professional level.
Who is your favourite designer/brand?
To choose only one would be impossible, I have always been influenced by many things and obviously with fashion being one of my main passions. To mention a few would be J.W. Anderson and his work in Loewe, Jacqemus, About Arianne, Cos, Etudes, etc.
If you have to identify your style in three words or less, which ones would these be?
Layering, simplicity and accessories combining them all together to enhance my look.
What were your personal of professional biggest achievement and biggest mistake so far?
I don't think there are mistakes in life, obviously there are always better ways to do things but all faults carry a life lesson necessary to achieve our greatest goals. I am very proud of the six years I've dedicated to my website www.missnobody.net. Anyway, my greatest personal accomplishment has been to overcome difficult moments and to have moved to Madrid. Although I really miss my family and my friends, I found my partner, my best support, inspiration and love.
Now, a sentence that you love.
Mies van der Rohe: "less is more". As usual, it has its nuances but it defines my style very well, my way of life and how I do the things that I do.