An essential part of my work as a fashion designer is played by the body itself – fascinated with its lines, volumes, movements and traces left in space, I see my fashion work as a visual and – I dare say – choreographic statement simultaneously. I believe in that garment endowed with the force to reshape and reconstruct the human silhouette, audaciously transgressing all prefabricated standards of beauty and gender roles. My creation process, based on the specific mood of the moment, can easily be defined as a mixture of spontaneity and rigour.
Having in mind “less is more”, the principle I based my creations on, proposes both a simple silhouette through straight lines and simple chromatic and a precise aesthetic achieved by creating balanced volumes. The two principle standing at the creation of my clothes are the quality and the practicality of the designed products.
I discovered my passion for silver in 2014, when I took an initiating course in contemporary jewelry. I learnt there the main techniques of melting, modelling, gluing this metal. Contemporary jewelry represents both the personality of the artist and of the person wearing it. Having an analytical thinking, based on calculations, mathematics and chemistry, I try to bring these aspects into my jewels. My pieces design an apparent fragility through angles, lines and geometrical figures.
In my opinion clothing is the personal perception of the one who wears it. I was always curious about how garment can reflect the human identity, how can it highlight, hide or transform a body. In my works i'm trying to give a great importance to each item of clothing. The collection ”BULLETPROOF” is inspired by clothes as a medium of body protections that investigates the functional side of the garment, minimizing it’s aesthetic value. The purpose of it is not to create a costume able to protect the body from risk factors, but to reflect the human vulnerability and the need of protection. In the "BULLETPROOF" project concept, the term of protection is purely sybolic , because the collection only suggests the idea of defense, by visually masking the body and still keeping it under risk.