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It was a thrill to wake up and find a dedicated post to my label by Spanish twins Gabriella & Alice on their blog FASHIONOXYGEN. It's these small and meaningful things that remind me I do this for the Love of it. This is a repost. Click any of the pics below to see the full post on fashionoxygen
Illustration by Gabriella Fenwick

She can design, illustrate & blog, so we have no doubt she doesn't lack in creativity. Rada Priya is currently living between her homeland of Australia and the very chic Florence. Every season, she elaborates a collection that remarks her own model of women while still incorporating the newest trends. Being aware of the importance of the internet nowadays, she has created her own website and blog, so everyone who wishes to admire her creations can reach them easily. As for our own experience with her designs, the moment we slipped in that adorable Aubrey shift dress we knew it was different and unique. We loved every single one of them. In each piece oozes quality, attention to detail and seek of perfection. She has made from these qualities her own identity along with a great sophisticate hippie flair.
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Thank You! xx

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