If you go to the website and read the manifesto, you’ll clearly see what’s behind Cult Gaia’s essence: a belief in sustainability, details, minimalism and magic. Everything is designed with the aim to create timeless pieces, that exhale effortless femininity and essential luxury. “Perfection is imperfect, as nature dictates” Go and check the Cult Gaia … Continue reading #DailyInspiration- Cult Gaia
“Our uniqueness is the most precious gift we have. The only way to be different is to be unique.” This is how DEMANUMEA describes itself. The only company in the world creating artbags, all fruit of collaborations with artists like painters, sculptors, goldsmiths, who customize them and turn them into irreplaceable masterpieces. The heart of these … Continue reading Demanumea – When a bag becomes a masterpiece
Do you have sweaters, trousers, hoodies, t-hirts….everything which is two or three sizes bigger than yours and you think you can wear it only at home while couching and drinking a hot tea and reading a book? Well, good news! One of the top trends of the last seasons is the “baggy” and “comfy”. Add … Continue reading Today inspired by: XXL
2012. Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel give birth to their New York designed and Italian-made brand. Main items are the bags, maybe the most beloved accessories by women. A bag can turn the saddest girl into the most thrilled lady of the world, that’s why the mantra behind Mansur Gavriel’s creations is: “happy girl, happy … Continue reading Mansur Gavriel-Handmade minimalism
Discovering new ways of expression is always an exciting and satisfying experience. Writing about people who draw these experiences from everyday life turning them into art, gives even better feelings. A sort of admiration and esteem. That’s what an incredible fashion couple generated in me and that’s why I’m now sharing with you my point … Continue reading Label2: the art of fashion
I sometimes wonder about innovation and how could it be defined. I see many trying to get out something astonishing from their minds and I come to the conclusion that one should cautiously interpret the gap between creativity and banalty,which is almost intangible. Only the few who have a spark of inventiveness can turn their … Continue reading Andrea Lazzari: the man of contrasts
I’m Paolina. I’m not a fashion victim,I’m not a shopaholic,I’m not longing for fame. I’m a beauty seeker. I’m just addicted to fashion, to its cultural,artistic and historical roots,to its sociological development, to its strong influence on people’s minds and attitudes,to that feeling that you have in front of a work of art: an inexplicable … Continue reading That’s me!