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VOGUE Bambini - - MODA - Pho­tos by El­li­ston Lu­tz

“Tu­te e bag­gy pan­ts? Non solo: le snea­kers so­no perfette an­che su gon­ne over­si­ze”

“Jump­sui­ts and bag­gy pan­ts? Not on­ly: snea­kers are al­so per­fect worn with long full skirts”

Spol­ve­ri­no e abito, de Il Gu­fo. Snea­kers di Flo­rens. Nel­la pa­gi­na ac­can­to: fel­pa e gon­na, di Si­mo­net­ta. Snea­kers di New Balance Kids. Berretto (Stud­muf­fin NYC).

Du­ster coat and dress, by Il Gu­fo. Snea­kers by Flo­rens. Op­po­si­te, swea­tshirt and skirt, by Si­mo­net­ta. Snea­kers by New Balance Kids. Cap (Stud­muf­fin NYC).

Fel­pa e ber­mu­da, di Fay Junior. Slip on di Ron­di­nel­la. Calze (Gal­lo). Nel­la pa­gi­na ac­can­to: per lei, to­tal look di Par­rot Italy. Berretto (Von). Per lui, bom­ber, T-shirt e jeans, di OVS Kids. Snea­kers di Quis Quis by Ste­fa­no Ca­val­le­ri.

Swea­tshirt and ber­mu­das, by Fay Junior. Slip-ons by Ron­di­nel­la. Socks (Gal­lo). Op­po­si­te, for her, a to­tal look, by Par­rot Italy. Cap (Von). For him, bom­ber jac­ket, T-shirt and jeans, by OVS Kids. Snea­kers by Quis Quis by Ste­fa­no Ca­val­le­ri.

“Toc­chi di colore, in­ser­ti in pel­le, tes­su­ti tec­ni­ci, glit­ter: spor­ti­vo-crea­ti­vo”

“Tou­ches of co­lor, lea­ther in­serts, tech­ni­cal fa­brics, and glit­ter: spor­ty-crea­ti­ve”

Bom­ber, T-shirt e shorts di Miss Grant. Snea­kers di Dsquared2. Nel­la pa­gi­na ac­can­to: snea­kers di Bum­per. Berretto (Stud­muf­fin NYC).

Bom­ber jac­ket, T-shirt and shorts, by Miss Grant. Snea­kers by Dsquared2. Op­po­si­te, snea­kers by Bum­per. Cap (Stud­muf­fin NYC).

Out­fit di Pa­tri­zia Pe­pe. Snea­kers di Mi­mi­sol by Imel­de Bron­zie­ri e NeroGiardini Junior, Cap­pel­lo (House of Field). Calze (Gal­lo). Nel­la pa­gi­na ac­can­to: per lui, out­fit di Sto­ne Island Junior. Per lei, di Twin-Set Si­mo­na Bar­bie­ri. Snea­kers di Le Coq Spor­tif e Si­mo­net­ta Shoes. Visiera (Cir­co).

An out­fit, by Pa­tri­zia Pe­pe. Snea­kers by Mi­mi­sol by Imel­de Bron­zie­ri and NeroGiardini Junior, Hat (House of Field). Socks (Gal­lo). Op­po­si­te, for him, an out­fit by Sto­ne Island Junior. For her, an out­fit, by Twin-Set Si­mo­na Bar­bie­ri. Snea­kers by Le Coq Spor­tif and Si­mo­net­ta Shoes. Vi­sor cap (Cir­co).

Abito di John Gal­lia­no Kids. Snea­kers di Bik­kem­bergs. Berretto (Stud­muf­fin NYC). Nel­la pa­gi­na ac­can­to: mi­ni­dress e pan­ta­lo­ni, di Douuod. Snea­kers di Reebok. Visiera (Ba­da­cious). Calze (Gal­lo).

Dress by John Gal­lia­no Kids. Snea­kers by Bik­kem­bergs. Cap (Stud­muf­fin NYC). Op­po­si­te, a mi­ni-dress and pan­ts, by Douuod. Snea­kers by Reebok. Vi­sor cap (Ba­da­cious). Socks (Gal­lo).

La ca­sa è tal­men­te per­fet­ta da non sem­bra­re ve­ra, co­sì po­sa­ta in una na­tu­ra istin­ti­va­men­te or­di­na­ta, den­sa di profumi e di tut­te le emo­zio­ni for­ti del Mediterraneo. È da qui che Agnes Co­sta è par­ti­ta, in­sie­me al­la so­rel­le An­ne e Fra­nçoi­se, dal­le es­sen­ze, at­ti­vi­tà di fa­mi­glia, per per­va­de­re di profumi e sug­ge­stio­ni ogni co­sa, fi­no a far­la di­ven­ta­re ve­ro e pro­prio li­fe­sty­le: og­get­ti per la ca­sa, ac­ces­so­ri, bian­che­ria, ri­ca­mi, de­co­ri, un con­cet­to am­pio e li­be­ro che sta per ar­ric­chir­si di una nuo­va linea co­sme­ti­ca bio­lo­gi­ca a ba­se di olio di oli­va. “Trag­go ispi­ra­zio­ne da tut­to, Fra­go­nard è quel mo­do di guar­da­re che mi han­no in­se­gna­to i miei ge­ni­to­ri at­tra­ver­so l’ar­te, l’an­ti­qua­ria­to, le cose bel­le di cui è sem­pre un pri­vi­le­gio cir­con­dar­si. Io e le mie so­rel­le dia­mo ener­gia al marchio ogni gior­no, con la designer Eli­sa­be­th Guit­ton e Jean Huè­ges, il di­ret­to­re crea­ti­vo e spe­ro di in­se­gna­re lo stes­so sguar­do ai miei fi­gli, fe­li­ce, ec­cen­tri­co, in­so­li­to, ma an­che ma­gi­ca­men­te sem­pli­ce”. G.P.

The house is so per­fect that it al­mo­st doe­sn’t seem real, with its in­stinc­ti­ve­ly or­der­ly set­ting full of fra­gran­ces and all of the strong emo­tions of the Me­di­ter­ra­nean. This is whe­re Agnes Co­sta be­gan, to­ge­ther with her si­sters An­ne and Fra­nçoi­se, star­ting out from es­sen­ces, the family bu­si­ness, to per­mea­te eve­ry­thing with the­se scents and moods un­til her project be­ca­me li­fe­sty­le: ob­jec­ts for the home, ac­ces­so­ries, bed and ba­th li­nens, em­broi­de­ry, de­co­ra­tions, and mo­re. This ex­ten­si­ve con­cept is now ad­ding a new or­ga­nic co­sme­tics li­ne made of oli­ve oil. “I’m in­spi­red by eve­ry­thing. Fra­go­nard ex­pres­ses an attitude that I lear­ned from my pa­ren­ts th­rou­gh art, an­ti­ques, and all the beautiful things that we have the pri­vi­le­ge to sur­round our­sel­ves with. My si­sters and I de­di­ca­te our­sel­ves to the brand ea­ch day, wor­king with designer Eli­sa­be­th Guit­ton and crea­ti­ve di­rec­tor Jean Huè­ges. I ho­pe to tea­ch my chil­dren that sa­me happy, ec­cen­tric, but al­so ma­gi­cal­ly simple ou­tlook”.

Agnes Co­sta con Jim, Geor­ges e Hé­lè­ne

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