"Piel de otoño"

"Piel de otoño"


I was looking at the TV guide for one of the local spanish stations and there is a show called "Piel de otoño" about a woman who travels to Spain looking for love.

If "Piel de otoño" means "skin of autumn" or something similiar, that doesn't make sense in english. Is that a phrase with another meaning in Spanish?

updated ABR 22, 2012
edited by --Mariana--
posted by john20
Good question! - --Mariana--, OCT 7, 2009

1 Answer


I have found this programme and it is referred to as Autumn Skin in English, that´s all.

Now this is a really wild guess. I wonder if it somehow refers to the phases of human life, with Autumn being the third phase, ie between 40 to 60 years. Ridicule welcomed.

updated ABR 17, 2012
posted by Eddy
Ridicule? Not by me Eddy. I think I moulted once after autumn. - Moe, OCT 7, 2009
If no one has anything better, I like your answer Eddy. Though I think autumn should be 60 to 80 years since I'm still summerish. - john20, OCT 7, 2009
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