Fashion has a lot to do with artistic expression. In fashion we create with fabrics, buttons and trimmings instead of clay or marble.
The sculptor designs and carries out his work with the intention of enlarging a room, of exciting the senses of those who see it. In fashion we try to magnify the person who wears our creations. With our work we get the woman who wears our clothes to see herself better, with more enthusiasm and confidence.
Fashion also feeds the appetite for novelty of every human being. Allow change; project different images of ourselves; say things about our mood and much more without using words.
We want each of our garments to represent the excellence of work, the work that is done with passion and always with the illusion of achieving the perfect work.
We do not trust saving procedures. We design and manufacture in our own workshops. We don't entrust our work to others to make it cheaper but certainly not as accurately. We want our works to be ours until the end.
Our garments retain all their virtues of balance, symmetry and proportion regardless of the size in which they are made. In the same way, a large sculpture may have the same attractiveness, sweetness and beauty as a small one.