Monica


Monica Vitti is unquestionably the most loved actress in Italy. Far from the scenes since the beginning of the last decade, she still covers the role of muse for many people nowadays, thanks to her timeless charme and clever irony.

Monica Vitti at Lido, Venice 1964

Monica Vitti and Michelangelo Antonioni on the backstage of Red desert, 1964

Monica Vitti & Alain Delon on the backstage of L'Eclisse, 1962



Monica Vitti & Alain Delon,  L'eclisse, 1962

Monica Vitti, L'avventura, 1960

Monica Vitti, Deserto rosso, 1964

Monica Vitti, Deserto rosso, 1964

Monica Vitti, L'avventura, 1960

Monica Vitti by Giancarlo Botti

Vogue France November 1970 by Catalano

Monica Vitti, photo by Pierluigi Praturlon in his studio, Rome, 1962  
Monica Vitti by Helmut Newton, 1986








A Muse: Linda Rodin

That's the kind of allure every woman wants to flaunt at 65.

Linda Rodin shot by Ali Seth Coen

Linda Rodin shot by Monica Rich Kosann

Linda Rodin shot by Ali Seth Coen


Linda Rodin shot by Danielle Kosann

Linda Rodin for The row



Linda Rodin by Ari Seth Cohen for Grey Magazine


Linda Rodin by Ari Seth Cohen for Grey Magazine



Black Summer

Jil Sander Resort 2015
Aroma30 black chiffon dress shot by Emma Engkvist



Aroma30 black Botanica Dress

Aroma30 Black Minerals dress shot by Giulia Catania

Aroma30 Black Minerals dress shot by Valentina Donnini

Maison Martin Margiela


Aroma30 Black Chiffon dress shot by Emma Engkvist

Aroma30 Black Chiffon dress shot by Emma Engkvist

Nicolas Andreas Taralis

Aroma30 Black Chiffon Dress styles by Serena Belcastro and shot by Chiara Ceci


Maison Martin Margiela

Aroma30 Botanica outfit shot by Valentina Donnini





SACRAL TECHNICS ||| Spring Summer 2014

Sacral-Technics is a collection that explores and converges into a single vision the sacredness of Christian iconography and tribal elements to an Industrial/Technological scenario.
This double inspiration runs through diametrically different visions: the baroque opulence of churches and Christian nativity is combined with details of voodoo matrix and put in contrast with the monolithic architecture of Berlin and the monumentality of modular buildings according to the stylistic signature of architects such as Louis Kahn , Daniel Libeskind and Tadao Ando.














Photo: Marta Bevacqua
MuA: Beatrice Contino
Model: Maryana Hordiytsyak