04-10-2017 di redazione
The colors, innate elegance and ethnic suggestions of Kenyan fashion and accessories are enhanced in the creations of Seven Islands and Crystal Bay Resort boutiques... with so many novelties inspired by Laura Lenzi's creativity, experience and class.
Laura has been in fashion since she was born (his mother was the first seamstress of the great designer Emilio Schuberth and first to parade with her clothes in the 1950s.
At the end of the seventies Laura successfully embarked on her career as a wearer and she staged a fashion show for the greatest brands in our home, from Valentino to Capucci, Moschino and Venturi, becoming one of the first icons of the "prét-a-portér".
But his greatest satisfactions are linked to Gianni Versace, of whom he was an "inspiring muse", before being kidnapped by Cinecittà and having frequented the most exclusive and effervescent environments of the capital.
Laura Lenzi has always been in love with Kenya and her suggestions and has decided to give her natural propensity for beauty in the boutiques of the two family structures.
And it does so by displaying local talent, personally choosing the fruits of African labour, from the artisans who best represent it, skillfully mixing it with European signatures to create a "catwalk" of excellence between Africa and the western world.
But it is above all ethnicity that reveals itself in all its elegance, taking the best of creations from Kenya and Tanzania, displaying garments, bags, costume jewellery, sandals and other accessories that best illustrate the kaleidoscopic Swahili and maasai world to wear and be adorned with, in sign of a refined taste and never over the lines, where the balance between sobriety and explosion.
Entering the boutiques in Laura one has the impression of being wrapped in a timeless Kenya, that of the ancient and fragrant baazar bazaars of the colonial coast, but with the touch of modernity and attention to usefulness and comfort that comes from the experience of its inspirer.
The novelties of the boutiques of Laura do not end here, with the beginning of the season other wonders will enrich the new boutique on the beach of Papa Remo.
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