As I already mentioned, I felt the passion of becoming a fashion designer since I was six. I grew up in a very small city of about three thousand people with very closed minds, so I thought the fashion world was too far from me. When I found myself choosing a path, I thought of everything but fashion design. I attended art school, I studied architecture and thought that interior design was my creative outburst. But in the second year it wasn’t enough, so I left and started working as a hairdresser. I liked to do it, but the passion for fashion design was always inside me, so I decided to attend night school for pattern making and tailoring.
I attended the course for a year and, finally, I realised that this passion was not possible to hold firm, that I had to try, and thanks to the encouragement of my former boss, I tried and I started at Polimoda. After a tiring journey, I am currently happy with what I'm doing. Now I clearly see my goal, so I look up and walk.