Jane Goodall, a life devoted to primates protection

Focusing your life in a passion is not easy and just a few make it a success, like the British Jane Goodall (London 1934) did. She was one of the most acclaimed scientifics and a emblematic leading because of the work she did to protect primates.

She became a Dr. in the Cambridge University and after that, she got over 40 Honorary degrees awarded by the best Universities in the world. She also was awarded with a hundred of international rewards.


Her childish and sweet face with the white hair in a ponytail is as well-known as the fluffy toy she used to be photographied with. She always took it to her speeches. Her life was extremely bounded to these primates that she loved since she was a child.

When she was slightly over 20 she travelled to Kenya to perfect her studies with a prestigous anthropologist. That was her first move in her successful professional career that includes about 20 books, articles, documentaries and a pioneer investigation over the field about the wild primates life in Tanzania. She was developing this observation for almost 50 years.

Thanks to her good eye to detail and her empathy for these animals, nowadays we know much more about their fascinating behaviour rutines and all we share with them. Her studies in Africa were so relevant that meant a revolution in Biology.


Besides trying to protect primates, the British naturalist has always supported a sustainable existence and the respect for all species in the Earth.

When in the 60’s she already was a guide and a model for primate experts, she created the institute with her name, a global non profitable organization to investigate, spread and protect not only the primates and their universe, but also the rest of the creatures in Earth.

When she’s asked for her trust in humanity, she uses to reply with scepticism. She’s truly disappointed by humanity actually although she always hopes the new generations will change the world.


Goodall keeps working even today, when she’s around 80 and as involved in the primates protection as always. In the documentary about her life and work you’ll realize that passion and energy are two of the most important features of hers.

From her 70 years-long experience protecting Nature we’ll always remember this consideration: “If we’re the smartest and clevest beings in Earth, how is that we are destroying the Planet?

Artículo escrito por @Esther Ginés






Sarah Jessica Steps up to the Task

Today S Moda has been brought out, the new weekly magazine that accompanies the newspaper ‘EL PAÍS’ every Saturday and conceived as a publication that is focused principally on the female public. It is edited by Condé Nast (editor of high-end magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair or Glamour) and ‘EL PAÍS’ editions, it will be directed by Oscar Becerra and the editorial management will be headed by Empar Prieto.

Once you have it in your hands, you will become aware of the journalistic quality and the new publication’s careful photographic editing, which is born with declarations of intentions such as: “To understand fashion as a way of seeing things, with all the social and cultural richness that it is capable of transmitting, and as a live thermometer of our time”. It will be easy to be able to connect directly with its readers, and we are sure that it will successfully become a benchmark in all the beauty, fashion, travel, decoration and cinema trends…

We have experienced this birth in real life thanks to the inestimable collaboration with Isabel Moralejo, stylist and fashion director of S Moda.

Isabel’s work is impressive! I leave you here a link to her website; it is truly worth having a look at:

Isabel Moralejo

Isabel came to see us in August, whilst looking for some typical Spanish pieces for a style they were preparing in New York. Our surprise was enormous when we found out that the styling was for S Moda’s launch, and with Sarah Jessica Parker her very self as the front cover’s protagonist of the inaugural number.

Since that day, we have been dreaming about this moment, to see the published images and Sarah sporting the Spanish attire.

From our space we want to give our thanks to Isabel Moralejo, for the opportunity that she presented us with to participate in the staging of this new and promising fashion and beauty publication.

It has been an honour for Vintage By López-Linares’ whole team to have collaborated with S Moda.