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Q: What have you studied, and what are you doing now?
A: I studied in Milan for 5 years. When I graduated, I spent two months in London before starting my BA courses.This gave me the opportunity to explore a new way of living.
At the moment, Im living in BCN.


Q: How would you describe your personal style in 3-5 words?
A:My style lies in simplicity.
It's a good compromise between the angroynous style and the soft French elegance.

Q: Where do you shop? Luxury or high street? New or vintage? Boutiques? Online?
A:I used to shop in different types of stores,in terms of clothes shopping, due my limited budget as a student, I used to purchase in Zara (mainly) and other main stream brands. On the other hand, I usually buy accessories in boutiques or in luxury brands. The combination of those types of items allow me to complete a perfect outfit.
One of my characteristics is being curious and this quality" drives me to look for tiny shops that usually hide some peculiar and unique gems, as well as flea markets .

Q: If you had $300 for a shopping spree, how many items would you buy?
A: I feel very much part of this mass fashion generation, which had changed the meaning of quality.
Im one of those people who considers 'quantity' a quality. For this reason, if I had this amount of money I would like to spend it in Zara or other stores like it.

Q: Do you prefer street style fashion or runway fashion?
A:The streets could be considered the scenarios where the styles start because this way of dressing forms a representation of the cultural background embodying the wearer+s personality and environment. From this point, the streets inspiration shapes the main relevant styles, and later those are readjusted for fitting the catwalks' audience.
The best example to explain this shift form the streets to the runways is the Blue jeans case. They were born as working garments; later, they became the symbol of the revolution, and finally a catwalk item.


Q: When and how did you become interested in fashion, and where do you find your inspiration?
A:I grew up into fashion, my father has been working in this field for years and I spent time with him during his catwalks, events.


Q: What do you love about fashion? Not love?
A:
Fashion, as well as other creative disciplines, is the representation of the concept of beauty. Human-beings are always looking for it, it is our nature; and when we find it, it makes us feel alive. Art, Architecture, Poetry and Design, let us dream and fly into another dimension, and this is what Fashion does. Fashion tries to create something new, revolutionary, able to shock and catch the viewer's attention. Fashion is nothing less then it, its a branch of art, it does exactly what a portray or a poem do, it embodies a feeling a situation an idea and making it real. This is why I am interested in this field, because it made me understand that life is beauty and i would like to be completely involved in this world for the rest my life.



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