Nature is worn as a re-interpretation of textile florals.

Micro flowers, branches, layering of vegetation, maxi petals and botanical weaves recreate soothingly elegant and beautiful atmospheres.

In the background, you perceive the aesthetics of the designer William Morris and his almost pre-Raphaelite sensitivity for nature. However, research goes even further, to emphasize, on the one hand, the concept of tactility given by the 3D effects of patterns and, on the other, to recreate new minimal foliage through digitally created serial geometries that conceal impalpable micro-worlds.

Still in the wake of Morris, the founder of the Arts and Crafts movement, the importance of traditional textile arts, an exquisite heritage of “made in Italy”, combined with the search for new production methods geared towards sustainability, is a favourite in this theme.