Somehow they resemble her a bit. Just like her sinuous leggy girl, also Lucia Emanuela Curzi moves among a thousand commitments. A graduate of the Naba, divides her time between London and Milan. She is among the most famous illustrator of the world and boasts an impressive list of awards.

Multifaceted and creative, Lucia alternates sharp sketches in black ink with the art direction. She has clients such as Kurt Geiger, Selfridges, Estee Lauder and many cultural institutions. Her drawings appeared on an unspecified number of glossy magazines. She has created installations for Tiffany and Louboutin. In Italy she has worked with Rinascente and Fidenza Village.

Not surprisingly, then, Massimiliano Bizzi, founder of White, the show dedicated to the tendencies that takes place during the Milan Fashion Week, turned to her. Her super lean and stylish girls will mark some areas of the event, through installations expressly created for the event.

The attentive eye of Lucia caught perfectly the spirit of White. The rest is the result of her pencil. Four lithe girls who embody the macro salon areas: contemporary, business-oriented, young and glam and street & fashion.

Delighted about the project, Lucia managed to capture perfectly the soul of an entire city too. Vitale, playful and surprising. Just like its fashion.