Fin da piccolo mi sono appassionato e incuriosito al lavoro manuale e artistico, mi dilettavo nel disegno scoprendo con grande entusiasmo di riuscire a coprire tutti i campi creativi come la moda, la pittura, la scultura e la danza.
Ho iniziato specializzandomi nel confezionamento di creazioni uniche nel settore del ballo di coppia , curando l'immagine di danzatori professionisti. Ora sono immerso anche nel mondo del tatuaggio dove ho riscontrato molto successo, grazie all' ironia e originalità dei miei tatuaggi, dai colori molto decisi e dai disegni spiritosi .
About one month ago, I met and interviewed Simone Pieri, a young designer, with whom, I had the pleasure of spending a day between shooting and laughter. Simone is an artist for all seasons, with a bubbly personality and an unmistakable talent, who is well-recognized in the fashion enviroment for his participation in AltaRoma both in 2011 and 2012.
How did your passion for fashion and how did you start?
Since childhood I was passionate and curious to the manual labor and to the art in general, I delighted into design, discovering with great enthusiasm to succeed in many creative fields such as fashion, painting, sculpture and dance.
I started specializing in unique creations for the sector of dance couple, taking care of the image of professional dancers. Now I'm venturing in the world of tattoo where I found a lot of success, thanks to the irony and originality of my tattoos.
What or who inspires you for your creations?
When I start to work, whatever it is, I try to act instinctively trusting of my sensations.
Fortunately, I have the opportunity to pursue all my artistic passions, from fashion to sculpture, tattoo, dance, painting to make up, influencing each time my work.
What do you think of the world of fashion blogger?
I believe very much in them, I love this way to communicate fashion!!
What is the must-have for every woman?
What's your favorite designer?
Simone Pieri Fashion Pill!
Once I was asked: "What would you combine with a leopard print? Rows or squares?" "Why not both with a touch of Pois?!"