Fashion Talents

5 minutes with Rémi de Laquintane

Many say women are pickier than men when it comes to fashion, which is actually a matter of fact, they just want everything, also the unnecessary. If we look better though, there’s the other side of the coin too, the percentage of women who understand that sometimes, less is (really) more! Actually you don’t need… Continue reading 5 minutes with Rémi de Laquintane

Daily Inspirations

#DailyInspiration – Brown shades

I’m finally feeling autumn’s atmosphere, but I still don’t know if I like it or not. It’s grey and cold, but it’s also full of colors and it’s the perfect time to relax at home, watching your favorite series and drinking the first hot chocolates of the season. You can’t show off with fluttering dresses,… Continue reading #DailyInspiration – Brown shades

Daily Inspirations

#DailyInspiration – Red

In the last few days I’ve been often inspired by interior designs for my looks, probably because fashion and design are deeply intertwined and both very close to our everyday’s routine. Let’s say that fashion dresses people, design dresses our home. Today my imaginary home is dressed in Red.

Fashion Talents

Paltò, “The Coat Factory”

Throwback to XIX Century, when the word paltò was still used to define that garment which has become through the years a symbol of timeless elegance: the coat. "A paltò is not something you just wear: you have to use it respecting its distinctive features, characteristics able to inspire unique emotions to those who can enhance such… Continue reading Paltò, “The Coat Factory”

Fashion Talents

Moto Guo, childish innocence for insightful fashion

Fashion is a means of narration. It is an unconventional way to transform experiences,feelings and emotions into clothes we can wear and therefore fully express ourselves. It's not an easy task giving life to wearable stories, but that's what Moto Guo, a young malaysian designer, easily does every day. With skill and mastery he shapes… Continue reading Moto Guo, childish innocence for insightful fashion

Fashion Diary

The gentlewoman

Thinking about women in the old times is as frustrating as it is seeing what many women are nowadays: either completely squeezed in unbearable corsets and thousands of metres of fabrics or totally naked. I hate both of these cultural evolutions in the women's wardrobe. The first one because it is a social obligation, the… Continue reading The gentlewoman