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Her collection “La Vita Campestre - Gallese” born from the idea of reinterpreting the history of her family in a modern way. The values behind are the ideas of spontaneous balance between human and nature and the freedom to express yourself. These are sum- marized by, Gallese a village in the countryside of Tuscia, in the center of Italy, where her grandfather, the artist Publio Muratore Pellei, is from. The village as well as the Pellei’s residence are immersed in this peculiar reality that looks stopped in time: no phone reception, fresh local products every day, walks in the fields in between a match at Monopoli and one at cluedo. For her this place has an immense sentimental value and it had always reunited her family for events as the collecting of olive for their oil, birthdays, and great parties. For this reason, the distinctive symbol of her collection is the art of her grandfather. Using his sketches, she designed a toile de jouy that translate on the garments in prints and embroideries. In each look there is an element taken from the toile de jouy creating the fils rouge of the collection.