Lights in the barn

This year we took the Christmas photos in the embracing atmosphere of Conti Thun.
Between a thousand lights and the scented warmth of hay, here is the Karenina Dress, poetic and suggestive like the literary character from whom it takes its name.
I named it after Anna Karenina because I sewed it listening to the audiobook of the famous novel by Tolstoj.
Made in an intense burgundy like Anna’s passion, tragic and profound, the fabric is an organic cotton, my first experiment with a certified fabric.
The second garment is a Japanese Haori jacket, obtained from embroidered silk shantung and lined in pure silk. It is an anticipation of the spring mini-collection: linear, minimal but very precious in manufacture and material.
To complete the shooting, relating to Christmas gifts, there are three scarves in Mevrian style: all in pure wool muslin, warm but very soft and light, as big as blankets to wrap around youself.

Photo by Elia Pizzocolo
Location: Conti Thun (Puegnago del Garda, BS)

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