Made from Renaissance lace – a type of lace from Italy that is widespread in the Northeast of Brazil – the pieces from this collection are distinguished by the mixture of regionalist tradition and contemporary design. With names like Cumplicidade (Complicity), Torcida (Cheers) and Comunhão (Communion), refering to emotions and human relationships, the creations took on shapes inspired by this delicate and gorgeus lace that is little known in other regions of Brazil and other countries, but that can be easily compared to other handmade productions. The Passion tiara and the Harmonia (Harmony) Arrangement were created after circles that are the basis of many threads of this lace. It resembles a little bit of Guipuir, a French lace, and gains even more elegance when lavishly sprinkled with Swarovski Elements. When it comes to the flowers, the petals of the Sublime and the Apimentada (Spicy) styles have a beautiful tight threading that can be mistaken with another craft technique, the basketry. Now, on the Felicidade (Happiness) Tiara you can see several types of weaving from the Renaissance lace making a rich composition of textures. This piece, besides being a beautiful wreath since it’s a wide and dashing headband, can also work as a beautiful belt.