RAGAZZA PESCE

475,00

The RAGAZZA PESCE BAG owes its name to the artwork designed by the painter Loredana Raciti which is printed on the front. The choice of ecological materials, sourced entirely in Italy, is based on the ethical motivation to respect the planet. The handbag hand-stitched and finished by hand, embellished with stones embroidered on the sides and an Alcantara interior. Every detail has been thought out to perfection, to make it lightweight and precious at the same time. RAGAZZA PESCE is a unique piece.

  • Eco-leather
  • PVC stones in the side strips
  • Alcantara interior
  • Four flat inside pockets
  • Protective metal feet on the bottom
  • Eco-leather handlesù
  • Handbag, shoulder strap available on request
  • Snap button closure
  • Size: W 35 cm x H 32 cm x D 10 cm
  • Limited Edition
  • Made in Italy
Additional information

Additional information

Collection

Emotion Bags

Material

Faux leather – Microfiber

Dimension

L 35 x H 32 x P 10 cm

THE STORY

THE STORY

“Each girl represents the four phases of the seasons of the female world, all beautiful and perfect in themselves. They are devoid of chronological age; rather, they are phases and periods of experience and awareness, learning and experimentation. In an ethereal sense they represent a profound search for the authentic self that should be connected to all four stages of life, like the cadence of a dance marked by years and moments. However, that does not affect the evolution of one’s “self”, on the contrary, it completes it by cadencing it in the seasons of living one’s femininity. Where temporal space and natural bodily decadence is necessary, the perception of one’s “self” remains eternally young and fluid. A poetry of living without time and matter”. (L. Raciti)

EMOTION

EMOTION

Representing the first phase of femininity with its desire to let go of every experience, even the most irrational. The external world, with its colours and references, captures it: it is the time where naivety has more space than malice and caution. Her eyes,  shining, are drawn to the unknown, the Fish Girl begins to discover herself.

Notes
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