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The grandeur of a place on the edge of the world, where it all began. Vast stretches of land and sunlit meadows expand as far as the eye can see, to a point so far away that it instantly broadens our perspective. Our gaze is lost in this pristine landscape.

Our spirit pauses and lingers, breathing deeply. It frees up our mind, slows down our thoughts and makes them more profound. We can sense the pulse of the earth and the small stones underfoot, as dust rises with every step, like tiny clouds that relieve our soul.

All our senses are awakened by this experience. It’s like a mirage of a tall sturdy tree on the horizon, bridging land and sky. Our imagination runs free as if flying aimlessly, as light as the breeze that caresses our skin, following our instinct that brings us back to our roots. Now we know where we’re going.

“Everything unknown is thought to be full of wonders.”
Tacitus

Spring-Summer 2019 Collection
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