Since I started working in the clothing field I’ve definitely refined my taste, but there’s something in this work that always leaves me puzzled: the problem of consumerism. Every season we push people to buy new clothes and put aside those bought a few months before, while in the past, a dress was synonymous with quality and durability, even from the stylistic point of view. I believe that the growing wish to rediscover vintage is also dictated by this aspect, and even if my job requires me to depart from this thought, I must admit I share it. Everyone, including my clients, is looking for the timeless piece, that doen’t move inexorably out of fashion after a blink of an eye and able to withstand the wardrobe change. Musat Studio moves exactly in this direction, creating garments that will last, without going out of fashion quickly and that can be easily mixed with each other, according to a philosophy of “slow fashion”. The spring/summer collection is notable for its clean and quite basic shapes, embellished with details I dare define baroque, enriched with rhinestones and sequins, but not excessive. Amongst the colors used there’s a dominance of white, with black accents or lit by bright colors.