Our school thinks of style and fashion as an authentic representation of knowing oneself and of our personality. We want the rule to be “be yourself”, for each consultant that we train to use our methodology and techniques to help people allow themselves to “be”, to dress with complete freedom whilst respecting their personality.
Less labels, less ‘feminine’ and ‘masculine’, less ‘allowed’ and ‘not allowed’, less yes and no. We want to help people find their essence through clothing, to respect logical fashion, that which determines their identity. Because, in the end, that’s it: being more ourselves in order to wear what represents ‘us’.