When the learning process about design becomes a creative one



I simply love colors and the way Mother Nature surprises us with vibrant patterns. After many years of paying attention to color symbiosis in every design catching my eye (especially jewelry), I am still captivated by mesmerizing hue combinations and matching the right textures.

It has been a permanent search for the beauty surrounding us but also out of necessity. I have struggled for a long time to define my personal style and learn how to dress myself. So I’ve started to look for inspiration in any activity having the power of bringing me closer to that version of mine who has a keen eye for details and craves for cultivating her fine taste. And you know what? It turned out to be a damn good exercise. 🙂

Fortunately, you can find extraordinary inspiration sources everywhere you look, in art galleries, on your laptop or smartphone, at the cinema or the theatre, on the street and mainly when you are in nature. From paintings to digital art, films, interior design, fashion shows and jewelry fairs, everything can teach us important lessons about design.

And this is not all. The learning process made me want more. I have now passed from being an observer to wishing to become a creator. Nowadays, when I see a beautiful design, I love to think of pieces matching it and extend my research until I find them. It is now the creative process that fulfills me.

I hope you already found your style too or that you are on the right track. Just leave me a comment if you also want to share your vision or if I can help you in your self-seeking process!


Image no. 1:

*Sphere ring in gold and silver, with enamel, by Beate Klockmann

*Victorian aquamarine ring

*Luisa Beccaria dress (right) – Fall 2019 ready-to-wear collection // Photo: Filippo Fior,

Image no. 2:

*Spider pearl ring by Ayaka Nishi

*Outfit from the Off-White Autumn / Winter 2019 / 2020 ready-to-wear collection

Image no.3

*Earrings in oxidized silver and 18kt gold, with peach moonstone, by Janis Kerman

*Pendant by Jean Vendome

*Cushnie dress – Spring 2019 ready-to-wear collection



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