Camilla Ghione is a young Italian artist who was born and raised in the Principality of Monaco where she began to develop her passion for art at the International school, she then pursued her education at the Art Institute of New York City, where she obtained her Fashion Design degree in 2016. Art was always in her heart, she realized that she was mainly art driven and driven by what she could communicate through her works, so she decided to somehow combine the two.
In November 2018, she launched her own brand of luxury accessories with her first “ART TO WEAR’ pieces printed with her art works. The mission of the brand is “To be an exclusive ART TO WEAR house in a luxurious and sustainable way. Combining Art, Nature, Technology and Made in Italy”
The best natural fabrics including silk, cashmere and modal, combined with the latest printing technologies and a hand finished hem to create unique, sustainable and elegant accessories.
One product that can follow you all year around and adapt to your needs in all situations. Each product is timeless and does not belong to any year or collection. “The art of wearing ART”
We believe in more sustainable processes from the origin to the product, ‘We only have ONE WORLD’. From selecting the most natural fibers, to choosing the most environmentally friendly ways to print the fabric, without using toxic, with no waste of inks or water that make up one of the most polluting aspects of the fashion industry.
In 2021 we have begun planting one tree per product sold, we have already planted more than 300 trees all around the world. Planting trees is the most effective way to absorb Co2, provide food security, decrease temperatures, encourage biodiversity and benefit farmers, locals and much more! All of the trees are geolocated and photographed, we keep track of our forest.
In art, she often likes to give the audience a space of freedom and nature. She is fascinated by dimension; her latest works combine resin and acrylic painting which is her very own technique.
Her artworks vary from more modern resin pieces where she is inspired by introversion, elements of nature, emotion… to more conceptual mirror works to more realistic oil paintings or more natural works in a world where unfortunately it is often not considered enough.
She also likes to represent the social and environmental issues of our society, our world.
In December 2021 she participated in a Sotheby’s auction at Bal de Noel in Hotel de Paris in Monaco, her painting “More than what you can see” sold for Charity of Princesse Charlene.
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