Unexpected, sudden, devastating. The Covid19 pandemic has infected well over 600,000 people worldwide along with most of the productive and economic sectors globally. Fashion is one of them. What will the post-Coronavirus fashion world be like? We talk about it together with Caterina Giraldi, founder and creator of Veraroad, interviewed by Camilla Zanolla, of Press Office Pierluigi Bacci & Associati.
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I met Yoga when I was already a mature woman. When we need to change or when we need a change, life brings us the tools. Or something new.
When a precious fabric meets a production technique that cares about sustainability and the environment, the result is a precious fabric. This is the case of recycled cashmere. Recycled cashmere is obtained through a process that transforms old garments into a material that can be…
A life in the fashion industry: Farah Liz Pallaro, after working as a fashion designer for women’s wear and accessories for some of the most important fashion luxury brands, started a one of a kind consultancy services embracing business and spirituality in a holistic way.
Young, beautiful and talented, the violinist Anastasiya Petryshak, wearing the Vera Fluo Dress, tells us about herself over a cup of coffee.
A “butterfly” flew over Veraroad. We are proud to be part of Positive Luxury, a prestigious platform that promotes sustainability and innovation in the luxury industry.
Slow fashion is the new fashion: Caterina tells us how Vera Road started as a slow-fashion brand.
Caterina Giraldi, founder and creative director of Veraroad, tells us about her desire to create something beyond the simple garment.