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Povesteam nu demult despre eternul feminin pus in evidenta prin contraste, de lumi noi pe care le descoperim la fiecare pas si in locuri sau in lucruri neasteptate.  As vrea sa va vorbesc despre o lume in care totul este grandios… bucuria, tristetea,  confesiunea, au un aer de roman tumultos, au o profunzime adanca.

We talked some time ago about the eternal feminine that’s highlited by contrasts, about new worlds that we descover step by step in unnexpected places and things. I wish to talk to you about a world in which everything is grand… joy, sadness, confession, have a greater depth and seem like a tumultuos novel.

Vorbim astazi despre un mod de exprimare pe care poti doar fie sa-l iubesti, fie sa-l urasti, dar cu siguranta nu-ti poate ramane indiferent. Despre un stil in care totul, dar TOTUL capata dimensiuni exagerate:  viata e o poveste cu printi, printese, balauri si vrajitoare, culorile se accentueaza in nuante de amurg, in neguri si ceata, pasiunea devine flacara mistuitoare si singuratatea are un aer apocaliptic. Unde privirea capata luciri de mister tenebros, si pare ca ascunde un morman de secrete intunecate.

We’ll talk about a way of  expressing that you’ll either love or hate, but definetly won’t leave you indifferent. A style where everything, I mean EVERYTHING is larger than life:  you’ll live your everyday life like a story whith princes and princesses, witches and dragons, colors get more and more intense in twilight shades, fog and mist, passion becomes a consuming flame and lonelyness gets an apocalyptic sense. Where looks have glimses of tenebrous glow, and seem to hide piles and piles of dark secrets.

Poate ca te-a fascinat magnetismul romantic si infricosator al Morticiei, poate ca te atrag marile tragedii si iubirile neintelese ca a Anei Karenina,   poate ca vezi lumea in umbre si lumini prin dantelarii si spini.

You might be fascinated by Morticia’s romantic and creepy magnetism, you might be drawn to great tragedies and misunderstood lovestories like Ana Karenina’s, or you might see the world in shades and lights through laces and thorns.

Fie ca esti “un copil rebel” al vremii tale, fie ca esti o fire romantica si te atrag irezistibil misterele, tenebrele, vampirii, varcolacii, sau personajele supranaturale, probabil iti place sa te exprimi in culori dramatice, in contraste.

If you’re “a rebel child” of yor time,or you’re a romantic irresistibly attracted by mysteries, shadows, vampires, werewolves and supernatural, you probably like to express yourself in dramatic colors and contrasts.

Pentru femeia misterioasa si care traieste in noi toate, va propun o calatorie in timp, catre anii 1800, la tinutele victoriene, fastuase si elaborate, cu corsete brodate in toate culorile, cu dantelarii complicate, cu rochii ample si palarii impresionante.

For the mystery woman that lives in all of us, let’s take a journey in time to the 1800’s to victorian outfits, lavish and elaborate, with embroidered corsets in all colors, with  complicated laces, with large dresses and  impressive hats.

Sa reinviem povestea pasionala a Anei Karenina cu un colier fix din dantela neagra, impodobit cu un lant de margele albastre si cu o minuscula moneda, o delicatete vinovata, o eleganta cazuta in pacat.

Let’s revive the pasionate love story of Ana Karenina with this black lace necklace, deorated with a chain of blue beads and tiny coin, a guilty delicacy, a sinful elegance.

 

Hmmm…. mie-mi aduce aminte de Morticia acest colier din dantela, inlantuita cu cascade de margele din sticla manuala in culorile pasiunii. O Morticia eleganta, pasionala, ce tocmai s-a intors din gradina cu un cos de trandafiri rosii pe care ii decapiteaza si-i aseaza tacticos in vaza… 🙂

Hmm….this seems to me like Morticia. It’s a lace necklace chained with cascades of manual glass beads in passion colours. An elegant and passionate Morticia, just returned from the garden with a basket full of red roses that she decapitates and gently arrange in the vase… 🙂

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