Summer brings great news: MA RA MI is one of the 7 finalists selected for this year's edition of  Creative Business Cup.

In 2016, a number of 75 companies applied only in Romania for this international competition, organized at national level by GEA Strategy & Consulting company.

"Creative Business Cup is much more than a competition – it is a global all-year initiative supporting entrepreneurs from the creative industries in growing their business ideas or – just as important – as contributors of creative and innovative solutions in other industries and society. Creative Business Cup empowers entrepreneurs in the creative industries, connects them to investors and global markets and strengthens their innovative capabilities to the benefit of industry and society."

"Ia", or the Romanian traditional blouse, is internationaly celebrated on June 24th. For this special event, a hand of authentic European fashion designers exhibited haute-couture pieces of Romanian traditional inspiration.

This year's concept lays under the symbols of innovation and aspiration, having Philippe Guilet, Andra Clitan (MA RA MI), Aram Nikolyan, Ana Zoe Pop, Maria Cioată, Irina Irimia, Răzvan Mureşan, Şerban Jipa, Petru Constatinescu and Oana Mureşan (QuestDome)as the fashion designers and artists involved in this international  project.

It’s time to touch and feel the textures!
Starting this October, you can even try on the MA RA MI designs, if you visit the newly opened Molecule F concept store, in Promenada Mall, Bucharest.
My latest collection but also a few pieces from my previous ones are ready to be discovered by you.
And if you aren’t in Bucharest, don’t forget you can always buy something special from MA RA MI online shop.

Some pics from the opening last evening – great people, tasteful clothes, electric atmosphere. And no sleep before my flight back to Abu Dhabi!

Once visiting Shanghai History Museum, one can't miss the Chinese ceramic: from hand-built pottery vessels fired in bonfires or kilns, to the sophisticated Chinese porcelain wares made for the imperial court.
I was not only impressed by the delicate lines and apparent fragility of the ancient bowls and tea pots, but inspired: amazing cautiousness for details and resilience through times.

Shanghai History Museum is a great experience, a must see while visiting this part of the world!

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