Viva la vida!
Shapes and colors work together creating a parallel universe that transport us to an era full of joy and happiness, to a naif childhoodï¿½ But we are no longer children, unfortunately, we are aware of the crudeness of the world around us. This dualism is represented through the shapes of the clothes. Sartorial elements mix with casual draperies create a struggle between rigidity and softness. A conjunction between rigid volumes and softer ones, clear lines that always tend to invade the space of competition. They will never succeed, life is already a conjunction of opposites where no one has to win, only in this way the balance will be maintained. Only in this way life can be as beautiful as it is. Colors and prints are so vivid: the colors of the sunny days in spring, tending to yellow and orange, with hints of sky blue. But unfortunately, even in spring some flowers die ... the whole balance of life must remain intact, and so small hints of dark purple bring out the vitality of the blooming bulbs.
But the roots grow and form the irregular stem, in order to finally make the flowers bloom.
It is spring, after all.
Viva la vida!
I’m a half Italian-half Spanish fashion designer with a background in architecture. Structures and colors have always been a main inspiration for my designs, mostly through the dyeing or painting processes I applied on the fabrics for my collections. I’m particularly interested in the relationship between art and nature, a constant influence in my development as a fashion designer.