Wabi-sabi, the Heart and Soul of Japanese Aesthetic

If you ask someone from Japan to define wabi-sabi, they will probably struggle to find the right words and clumsily fumble through a response. This isn’t because they wouldn’t know what it is (as it is a central idea of Japanese culture), but rather because the concept of wabi-sabi is obscure and difficult to define. It is much easier to understand the feeling behind wabi-sabi than to articulate a tangible concept.

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Laura Margna
My little Handbag Collection: Part I

For as long as I can remember, I have collected handbags. I just looove them! Everywhere I go, whether I’m travelling to the other side of the world, or only to a flea market down the street, I am always on the lookout for new pieces to add to my collection.

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Laura Margna
6 Stereotypes about Alternative Fashion

Alternative fashion. Slow fashion. Ethical fashion. These expressions that we’re seeing more and more frequently signal a new phenomenon that is slowly spreading across the globe. Alternative fashion is a fashion that strives to be: more honest, more transparent, and more responsible, from both an ecological and a social perspective.

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Laura Margna
The World of Fashion

We’re not going to lie to you, the fashion world is basically one big mess! Imagine the least organized person that you know. The fashion industry is that multiplied by 1000...easily!
Therefore, the fashion world can be difficult to navigate for the average person. In a world where everything evolves more and more rapidly, clothing brands need to release collections in quick succession, even more quickly than the seasons...by a wide margin!

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Laura Margna