À la découverte du Sacro Monte de Varèse

The Sacro Monte of Varese is part of the group of the nine sacred pre-alpine mountains of Piedmont and Lombardy included in 2003 by UNESCO in the list of the world heritage.

While we are familiar with the good intentions made in the aftermath of the return of summer holidays, and we take the reins of our lives in the city, here we find ourselves still having a great desire to go out and enjoy how beautiful offers us the change of season.

The sunset over the Sacro Monte of Varese

Just at this time of the year so strange, poetic and dense of changes, we decided to dedicate a new collection XL size of ten chiffon scarves of soft silk and modal in exclusive iridescent colors, which accompany us in a new journey between memories, Perfumes and impressions of the most beautiful Italian places.


The natural park of the field of flowers

It is undoubtedly the most evocative corner of the province of Varese

Immersed in the greenery of the natural park of Campo dei Fiori, the Sacro Monte of Varese is one of the nine sacred pre-alpine mountains and consists of a group of 14 chapels, masterpieces of Milanese sacred Art, which punctuate a cobblestone path.

“It seems that Italians can not look at a high place without wishing to put something on top, and few times have done more happily than the Sacro Monte of Varese”

Samuel Butler
Some moments of the backstage of the photo shoot Dreamscapes

To propose the village of Santa Maria del Monte as a location for the shooting of our new collection was the photographer, Michele Riva, who has been at home for a few years.

This idea was the key that opened us so many doors on the most beautiful views of the landscape Varesino, on a day at the beginning of October extraordinarily clear and sunny.

Here are some of the most beautiful sets:

Al Borducan

Al Borducan Hotel and restaurant, famous for its homonymous liqueur made with oranges (in the background)

Hotel and restaurant, famous for the homonymous liqueur made with oranges

The Baroffio Museum

On the terrace of Montorfano

In the square of the monastery