Our future has deep roots in our childhood. I was born in 1987 in Moldova, during the fall of the Soviet Union, and my childhood was marked by a strong economic crisis that made me live many strong experiences. I still remember the long, hard winters without heating at school and at home, the warm-up exercises every fifteen minutes during math and history lessons, the evenings spent studying by candlelight due to the lack of electricity and limited access to water and some primary goods… An intense exercise that generated a sense of survival, courage and freedom with which I face my life and my work every day.
On the other hand, every afternoon I was involved in classical music studies, coming into contact with a noble dimension I found myself in, and I learned to love art and beauty. Studying music has greatly influenced my way of being; it has taught me the discipline and respect for deadlines, to orient myself in different processes simultaneously, and to think and live in different directions. To know the concept of construction, to develop a structural thought and the understanding of complex systems through the comprehension of musical hierarchy and structure and developing my communication skills through the study of great composers reincarnating in their personality being able to transmit it to the public. I addressed this theme in my Spring/Summer 2020 collection trying to highlight common denominators between music and sport.