Kintsugi is an ancient Japanese practice that means repairing with gold.

It involves repairing ceramic objects, using gold to solder the fragments together.

While in Western culture there is a tendency to throw away broken objects, in the philosophy of Kintusgi, from a wound it is possible to recreate a unique form, from which an even more precious story is born, both aesthetically and internally.

Scars like life's difficulties should not have a negative meaning, linked to pain and shame,
but to ensure that moments of crisis can constitute new resources and offer new opportunities for change.

No longer look at your broken clothing as something that no longer has value, or just to be thrown away. The things
they must have the opportunity to be repaired, only in this way can they become a source of knowledge and renewed beauty.

Each scar tells its own story and must be shown in all its authenticity