February 1, 2020 by Modern Press Brands, Spring Summer 0

MY SUNDAY MORNING Interview with Virginie Guarisco

Describe your perfect Sun day morning ? In family, waking up with the sun light and the song of the birds in Avalon Sydney, catching up with some friends with kids for an healthy substancial and delicious brunch at the Beach House café. What inspires you – visual and mentally ? Traveling has always and will always be a great source of inspiration. My favorites spots of inspiration are Los Angeles and Sydney in Australia. The way of thinking, the easy Life Style, the boho-chic and healthy attitude makes me feel relaxed and enlightened. We fly there in family once every season before starting creating a new collection. My creations are essen- tially based on vintage pieces, and a few photos… What do people get when buying clothes from your new label? They will be sharing the strong values that I’d like to speak for… Integrity, authenticity, family, love, freedom, beauty, positive way of thinking, and a lot more! 😉 How did you get the idea for this new label ? On a Sunday Morning brunching with some of my girlfriends in Paris. I wanted to start a new cycle of creation, and it was the perfect day and atmosphere to […]

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Sophie Stique celebrates International Women’s Day in style!

This International Women’s Day on the 8th of March, Sophie Stique presents it’s new Spring Summer 2018 collection to celebrate women and style! According to an African proverb: “If women lower their arms the sky falls”. On the occasion of this day, Sophie Stique proposes to celebrate all the strength and passion of every woman. The brand Sophie Stique means refined garments, always well kept but without forgetting comfort, never banal and why not, a little naive and easygoing. One should never take itself too seriously. The new collection celebrates the energy of color, the “joie de vivre” in all its forms and as a philosophy of life through the metaphor of travel and reunification with nature. Immersed in a maritime atmosphere recalled from the print of blue majolica typical of the Portuguese azulejos tradition and then projected in the lush vegetation of the Mexican jungle that has inspired the magnificent Frida Kahlo. Immersed in a triumph of flowers rendered by graphic prints, which seem to come out of a painting by Mirò, or a more subtle, elegant watercolor found on linen and on the light viscose crepe, or even the hibiscus, typical of Hawaiian atolls and dipped in the […]

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