Culture. Eat it
6 October 2015
THE WEARABLE ART: SHOVAVA
Beautiful things have to be shared. And the collections of the visual artist Roza Khamitova are stunning. And her story, especially, is a good one. The story of a woman who decided to give up a competitive and intense city, New York, and move to a place where she could find and live in the nature, Australia. A land that for her is a daily dose of inspiration and where, in 2011, she founded Shovava, a clothing line based on her drawings. The wings of a butterfly, the structure of a leaf, feathers or a crow perched on the branch of a tree: the small details of everyday life were transformed into works of wearable art.
A collection that includes top organic cotton, dresses, jackets, skirts and scarfs, designed for a modern and adventurous woman who feels comfortable in her own skin and connected to her individuality. A collection from the bold colors and the widespread presence of wings, whose designs are totally hand painted by Roza and later printed digitally.
Roza is a real artist and her clothes are original and authentic. Take it for yourself or as a gift, they can be bought on Etsy or on the website that you find down here.
Image courtesy: Shovava
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