After having lived and studied around the world since I was a little girl, Caracas, Denver, Ft. Lauderdale, Santo Domingo, and London, I returned to Milan for the Master in International Economy and Management at SDA Bocconi.
After the Master I leave again for a foreign destination Geneva. The UN calls me for a 4-year assignment to the International Trade Centre
as an Associate Expert in Trade Financing.
But it’s not just the big goals that make me who I am now. Every country and every work experience has given me something:
I learned to broaden my horizons, appreciate the differences
and stay away from clichès.
The South American countries taught me to live with a sense of humor and rhythm in my heart, to solve the countless unforeseen events of everyday life;.
The Anglo-Saxon countries taught me the method,
rigour and working towards objectives.
To add a little chili pepper to my routine in 1997 for love
I return to Italy and after the birth of my daughter I work for
almost 15 years for the most prestigious brands of Italian fashion.
Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino and Versace allowed me to understand why the world loves Italian fashion.
I discovered that one of the meanings of Made in Italy is
the ability to enhance the creative drive.
The reason is simple: we are surrounded by art from the first moment we open our eyes, we grow with the sound of a sweet and musical language, and we eat pasta with parmesan as soon as we get the first tooth out!
So in 2012 I feel the need to invest my resources and energies in my own project diving into fabrics, colors and yarns, a world I always loved.
This passion of mine has become today a job and an activity that allows me to give shape to the idea of elegance,
with a practical and comfortable twist.
In a nutshell, I like beautiful and well done things.