Unveiling Rejina Pyo Resort 23 in “Cadaqués”, a film shot by Fiona Burgess.

Set on the wild coast of northeast Spain, “Cadaqués” celebrates the free spirit, capturing candid moments between friends against the wind swept landscape of the Pyrenees.

Photos by Nuria Val.


Director, Fiona Burgess, has worn many hats, as musician, actor and photographer to name a few. She weaves each of these experiences and her past community and charity-centred work into the fabric of her art, rich in empathy, wonder and groundedness. Here, Burgess captures the essence of Cadaqués, caught between the mountains and the sea, a magical place in which artists like Picasso, Matisse, Dalí and Lorca have all called home at one moment or another.


“Cadaqués” is brought to life by the vulnerable and joyous moments shared between friends, revealing the bond we have with each other and the earth. Along with Rejina, our creative director and Burgess herself, the film features a group of incredible, creative women: Lisa Jones Hyatt, Atelier LK - From luxury fashion buyer to interior designer, Lisa Jones Hyatt has made a name for herself as ½ of transatlantic studio Atelier LK. Known for her distinct taste in 20th century Scandinavian styles and rich, warm textures, Jones Hyatt’s curations have been featured in FT’s How To Spend It, Milk Magazine, British Vogue and the Sunday Times Style Magazine.

Nuria Val, Rowse - As co-founder and creative director of plant-based beauty line Rowse, Nuri Val is building a community around the simplicity of raw, natural beauty. Responsibly sourced, cruelty-free and made in small batches, Rowse has become an opportunity for consumers to align the products in their bathroom cabinets with their environmental values.


Zoe Chan Eayrs, Architect - Zoe Chan Eayrs of Hampstead (husband wife duo)
Chan + Eayrs makes the case for a more intimate design process. Working on a singular project at a time, the architect couple live in their project sites as they breathe new life into the space. Each space has its own story, its own feeling, and Chan Eayrs’ technique is a return to the soulful bond between person and place.