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Imponderabile

As in times gone by, when there were certainly many more opportunities to isolate themselves from chaos and hysteria, from formalisms and appearances, last quarantine has given some people the opportunity to find themselves closely with their nature, and draw inspiration from it. A chance to rediscover their own sensuality, their own free essence. One of these sensitive people who chose creativity to fear and depression is Giulia Zinato, an Instagram artist who started creating her “sustainable fashion” content one year ago, in her Venice, Italy. Even if not everything has been so roses and flowers. That was a very sad moment for her, since she was no longer able to travel and find the contact with nature that long walks in the mountains gave her.

Giulia started with quite simple photos and experimenting with new shapes, until reaching to push herself more towards the creation of “organic garments”. Today she seems to have refound some harmony between nature and body, order and chaos. She considers all of her content as part of herself, even when it is really suffered, someway, as in the case of the apricot blossom body, which took her about 4 hours only to compose it — she was left with a sore back for almost a week.

Dreams Become Reality (Apricot Blossom Bodysuit)
Dreams Become Reality (Apricot Blossom Bodysuit)
Beautiful and Cruel (Orchid)
Only Flowers (Lilies)
Only Flowers (Lilies)
To Brighten and Warm Your Darkest Days (Sunflower)
To Brighten and Warm Your Darkest Days (Sunflower)
Blooming
Orange Zone
Orange Zone
Beautiful and Cruel (Orchid)
Beautiful and Cruel (Orchid)
Something with my Enemies (Branana)
Something with my Enemies (Branana)
Be Careful or I’ll Whip You (Chard)
Iceland
Dolomites
Even Stronger and More Lush than Before (Wisteria)
Your Wild Flower (Peonia)
Your Wild Flower (Peonia)
Hawaii (Camellias)
Christmas Spirit (Poinsettia)
Christmas Spirit (Poinsettia)
Christmas Spirit (Poinsettia)
Covered by a Fern (Val Gares)

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  1. Beautiful work Giulia! Isolation does not mean lack of creation! Well done! You are inspiring! Keep up with your lovely work! You have a wonderful good taste! God bless you!

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