"In the ascending scale of service stood woman, who annihilated herself for a man, that he might annihilate himself for the master, that he in turn might obey Heaven’.
Inanzo Nitobe, Bushido: The soul of Japan, 1905
 A woman is not meant to be a samurai.  Yet there were times when they had a strong position in samurai society.  Incomparable women warriors displayed a fighting spirit and a concern for honor as men. Fearlessly devoted at times of war their duty was to defend home. But first of all to control household expenses, manage servants and raise their children to the samurai ideas of contempt, death and unquestioning loyalty to their lord.
 The collection ONNA tells a story about these mothers and wives. Soft and curved forms resemble cocoons and remind how women are infinite home defenders: weaving the nest with their hands and heart and keeping the weight on their back.
Colors in the collection associate to the Yoshitoshi’s representation of life and death. The famous Japanese prints, depicted great lawlessness and violence of the Japan, but also its beauty and fascination.
photo by Bojana Nikodijevic

"In the ascending scale of service stood woman, who annihilated herself for a man, that he might annihilate himself for the master, that he in turn might obey Heaven’.

Inanzo Nitobe, Bushido: The soul of Japan, 1905

 A woman is not meant to be a samurai.  Yet there were times when they had a strong position in samurai society.  Incomparable women warriors displayed a fighting spirit and a concern for honor as men. Fearlessly devoted at times of war their duty was to defend home. But first of all to control household expenses, manage servants and raise their children to the samurai ideas of contempt, death and unquestioning loyalty to their lord.

 The collection ONNA tells a story about these mothers and wives. Soft and curved forms resemble cocoons and remind how women are infinite home defenders: weaving the nest with their hands and heart and keeping the weight on their back.

Colors in the collection associate to the Yoshitoshi’s representation of life and death. The famous Japanese prints, depicted great lawlessness and violence of the Japan, but also its beauty and fascination.

photo by Bojana Nikodijevic






THE BODY PLAN, Domus Academy Milano 2013

“A body plan is the blueprint for the way the body of an organism is laid out. An organism’s symmetry, its number of body segments and limbs are all aspects of its body plan.”
Our skin tones and body curves create our subtle differences, perfectly unique for each one of us. Longing to create new forms of bags studied to cope well with human body. By sharing the same skin they become an extension of the body itself. The bag becomes part of the body plan.
Photo Branko Starcevic
Model Andrijana Belovic
Makeup Annie Lolla

THE BODY PLAN, Domus Academy Milano 2013

“A body plan is the blueprint for the way the body of an organism is laid out. An organism’s symmetry, its number of body segments and limbs are all aspects of its body plan.”

Our skin tones and body curves create our subtle differences, perfectly unique for each one of us. Longing to create new forms of bags studied to cope well with human body. By sharing the same skin they become an extension of the body itself. The bag becomes part of the body plan.

Photo Branko Starcevic

Model Andrijana Belovic

Makeup Annie Lolla





The Moon bags

The Moon bags