“I am inspired by everything I see. Any art objects, nature, people, dresses, colors, forms. I think it is difficult to know where exactly your inspiration comes from. It depicts all the layers, depths of your current personality and all the experiences of your life. When I start to design a dress, it is the material, the fabric itself that inspires me. I’ve never drawn a picture of a look and searched for a fabric for it; I work the other way around – first I must see the fabric which inspires me to create the form”.
Anita Pasztor is a prominent lawyer specializing in international commercial law in the majestic city of the Danube: Budapest. “In my profession, I have always been fascinated with the ability and the opportunity to creatively resolve complex issues with my intellect. It was
natural for me to migrate towards a concrete creativity”.
Her first collection was showcased in the prestigious setting of Monte Carlo Fashion Week during its most recent edition with inevitable success. A new collection will be presented in Budapest next Chrismas 2017 at one of the most important Christmas events given by the
Hungarian Bank for its VIP customers.
“I manage my company with my husband, the Marketing Director, with whom I share a great understanding and interest in fashion. Working with him to fulfill my dreams has been a great gift to me”, the sophisticated stylist tells us.
Her passion for creativity has been inherited and followed ever since childhood: “My grandmother on my mother’s side earned her living bysewing at home in her tiny kitchen. I remember watching her working on her Singer sewing machine. My grandmother on my father’s side worked with her hands excelling in knitting, crocheting and macramé.
These skills were passed on to me. As early as 13, I was designing and making a lot of my own clothes. At 17, I received an award from Burda Hungary for one of my designs”.
Soft pastel trends of regal lines and sophisticated wefts beautifully navigate through the monumental works of the prestigious location chosen for the photo shoot: Etra Studio Tommasi & Galleria Tommasi Pietrasanta Fondazione Henraux, under the artistic direction of Fashion Editor Rosanna Trinchese. The casual collection is full of haute couture pieces together with prêt-àporter outfits, which all echo and express the budding talent of the
innovative stylist, viewable at Carlo Ramello in Monte Carlo.
“In the future I plan to make both haute couture and prêt-à-porter. I have just had a fashion show at Cala de’Medici in Rosignano Solvay in Italy, and I am going to have one August 24 at Nikki Beach Monte Carlo where I will show a brand new collection. I plan to make a
so-called ‘Cannes Collection’ which is going to be haute couture inspired by the Cannes Film Festival this year. I have many ideas. I am thrilled to go on with my ideas and I hope it will meet the needs and the aesthetics of many women”, she concludes.
Author: Laura Scatena
Carlo Ramello’s shop in Monte Carlo 27 Avenue de la Costa, 98000 Monaco
Showroom in Cannes, 67 Rue Antibes, 06400 Cannes, France
Photo & Video: Gabriele Rigon / Fashion Editor: Rosanna Trinchese / Beauty Image: Roberto Rosini / Fashion Assistant: Denise Denegri / Make Up Artist: Lara Quercioli / Hair Stylist: Dina Quiriconi / Production Manager: Stefano Bini / Photo Assistant: Saverio Chiappalone / Video Camera: Laura Scatena / Models: Laura Zonta / Elena Bonamico / Wilma Kiviaho Special Guest: Francesca Sacchi Tommasi / Shoes: Nando Muzi / Feathers: Mazzanti Piume Firenze
Special thanks: Etra Studio Tommasi & Galleria Tommasi Pietrasanta Fondazione Henraux