“..docilmente è indossato finché non si consuma”.
Da “Nella Moltitudine” di Wisława Szymborska, con Emilia Scarpati Fanetti.
There are books of art able to become art themselves. Those are the volumes that you hold with care, those are the pages that you leaf through gently. They are valuable treasures, born from a collective of artists, lecturers, writers, typographers, and bookbinders. Certain art books are masterpieces of design, they caught the interest of art historians, critics, collectors, and art lovers.
September 18th marks Emil’s 4th anniversary,
and it goes without saying that these years have been so far an incredible journey.
Four years ago I was starting this project with the genuine purpose of putting out there what I love. Long the way, which I know is relatively short if compared with other similar realities, “what I love” has gained a much greater meaning.
It also became commitment and improvement towards a bigger picture.
These have been years of growth, personal, and also as a company.
What a lovely day this was. One of those sunny days when everything is in place. We walk down to the park with the lovely Rana, she’s the sweetest, always smiling. She wears our total black look: Franklin jumspuit and Tino shirt. She looks so charming, and also so petìt among all those chubby sculpures.
It is quite clear our fascination towards the Japanese culture. Its structure, its poetry. We have desi-gned this look thinking of three separate pieces that could somehow work good on their own, and therefore suitable to be matched and styled with other items, but that when together they would create a modern and feminine asian-inspired suit, neat, elegant and ageless.