The name “Ollith” derives from the union of two names: Lilith (which in the late nineteenth century during female emancipation becomes a symbol of women’s freedom) and Ophelia (which represents love in its most varied aspects: passion, affection, and madness). The idea of the union of these two important names followed by the decision of the name “Ollith” for the collection stems from the desire to represent better the facets of my woman. Determination, independence, power, strength, rebellion, but also sweetness, grace, romanticism, but above all freedom are the peculiar points that characterize the audience of the collection. A woman who even if she guards jealously his innocence begins to feel the need to rebel against stereotypes, archetypes, and pressures imposed by society. The Ollith collection experiences tension due to multiple contrasts including the romance and punk/rock influence. It comes reconsidered an “innocent” aesthetic for amalgamate it into a sphere made up of provocations thanks also to the help of the graphics (from me entirely created). The boundary between evening and daytime outfits fades and transparencies, softness, and fluid take their place within the collection making fashion the best means of expression for a woman who wants to go beyond conventions and rules established by the company.
My name is Claudia Maria Ialacci, I am twenty-four years old and since little girl, I’ve always been in love with the world of fashion, so much so that i design and create (with the help of my mother) clothes for my Barbie. This passion of mine led me to study fashion design for five years, continuing to stay up to date and continuing to discover new trends, releasing my creative vein in the best possible way.
I always love to discover new things; I am a sunny person who loves to laugh. During my free time I do voluntary work for animals and people in need.
I like to call myself a dreamer, from an early age.