A RESTAURANT. Cas Gasi! I like to know where the products come from and here I know for sure that they come from the garden to the table. Fruits, vegetables, eggs, oil and even gin infused with roses. I enjoy a good red wine, tomato, avocado, cheese … The menu always includes something for all tastes.
BEAUTY ALLIES. I use very few cosmetic products. I always wear sunscreen, which I also use on my hands, and I really like Isdin Fusion Water 50. Also, fluid makeup by Avéne [www.eau-thermale -avene.es] and on my lips I apply the Rosy Nude of La Biosthetique [www.labiosthetique.es].
A BOOK ON MY TABLE. I love reading and I usually have several books going which I advance on in phases. I am finishing the memoirs of Heinz Berggruen and Graham Greene and My Father and Me, by Pico Iyer. I am halfway through The Barefoot Investor by Scott Page. Lately I’ve really enjoyed A Woman Looking At Men Looking At Women, a compilation of the best essays by Siri Hustvedt, and The Mandibles by Lionel Shriver, a disturbing dystopian novel.
I CANNOT DO WITHOUT. My books and the jewelry that I wear daily; it’s the armor that I wear every morning, like a warrior: some silver rings from Düsseldorf [www.goldschmiede-schubart.de] and the Danish silversmith Georg Jensen [www.georgjensen.com] plus a gold bracelet from an Italian jeweler, Nino D’Agata [www.ninodagata.com], who has a small shop in Santa Gertrudis (Ibiza).
A MANIA. Finding time for me. More and more I manage to refuse to do anything that won’t serve me, and being able to read more.
A DISCOVERY. New York in summer. I went this year in August and it was an amazing experience, it was very empty and quiet.
THE ART WORK I WOULD BUY. One by Adam Pendleton, an American conceptual artist that I met some years ago in an exhibition organized by the Parra y Romero gallery [parra-romero.com] in their Ibizan showroom. Pilar and Francisco were pioneers in bringing conceptual art to the island. Now Pendleton is very high market.