Kintsugi is the ancient art of repairing what has been broken. Fragments of a dropped ceramic bowl are scooped up and put back together; mended using lacquer dusted with powdered gold. The revitalised ceramic becomes a symbol of fragility, strength and beauty. This is a wonderful metaphor to understand a new way of dealing with our broken pieces.

“Ceramics and life can break apart into a thousand pieces, but not for that reason should we stop living intensely”

Kintsugi, my first collection, is a feminine and dairing collection designed for women that have no fear of expressing themselves. Women who shows themselves proudly to the world as they are.

This brand and collection started as the final project of Fashion Design at IED Madrid, now is a reality, a dream come true.

fegy, the brand that I have created is a Spanish brand with a strong identity and a personal vision. The aim is to create a real transformation on essential garments into luxurious ingenious pieces. Each garment has its story. At the same time, it tells the story of the woman wearing it.

Fegy was created some months ago, as a way of paying tribute to all strong and confident women that are proud of who they are. And so far, it has been an amazing journey: I have participated in a temporal exhibition at Larra 14, IED Madrid ( available to visit until Septembre) and I have participated in the annual runway at Flora Alta, 8, Madrid with other young students.