Kaya's World

Kaya – short form of the Hopi name Kakahoya, meaning “my elder little sister.” The name implies someone who is wise beyond her years.

Welcome to a day in young Kaya’s life in Hiroshima – Japan.

Kaya is wearing a selection of our Kid’s Collection.

Photos by Airi & Andrei


SHOWROOM LAUNCH

July 19, 2018 – Bucharest

Ioana Ciolacu launched it’s first Showroom on 35 Berthelot Street, Bucharest. Placed in an iconic neo romanesque 100 years old building downtown Bucharest, the showroom features opulent stained glass windows and all the original frames and features and a backyard luxuriant garden. The building’s revitalisation was made in a contemporary manner – while keeping all the original decorations – which puts an emphasis on the contemporary collections.

Ioana personally involved in the Showroom decoration:

I specifically choose and transformed this space – our first showroom – because of it’s esthetic and emotional weight. I wanted to create a place where our customers react not only to the products, but rather to the environment around our collections. I explored the original space and manipulated new, contemporary finishings around the original stunning architecture.

 

The Ioana Ciolacu Showroom is now open and can be visited from Monday to Friday.

 

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Ioana Ciolacu Showroom

35 Berthelot St. Bucharest

+40 (0)31 108 47 20

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EVENT PARTNERS:

IQOS

LILLET

ULTIMATE EARS

AQUA CARPATICA

MADISON ABSOLUTE BEAUTY

FLORIA

BIROU DE FRUMOS


AUTUMN WINTER 2017

Photographer: Florin Panaitescu JR.
Make up: Diana Ionescu
Hair: Alex Caraman

Models
Floriana Sandu
Virginia Usiku
Nadd Hu

Accessories
Shoes: Mihaela Glavan
Jewelry: Adelina Petcan

Assistant: Andrei Dudau
Location: The Brewery


MOOD: MISS HAVISHAM

Miss Havisham was part of my inspiration for Paradox AW14 Collection. Ink|Water|Marker on Paper.

Miss Havisham is a significant character in the Charles Dickens novel, Great Expectations (1861). She is a wealthy spinster who lives in her ruined mansion with her adopted daughter, Estella. Dickens describes her as looking like “the witch of the place.” – Wiki