The Ladybug and her hat addiction at Studio Zeta (with Heka Couture)

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (7)

One of the many things that I love about Milan are the little markets that you can find almost every weekend: from food to flowers, to clothes and accessories, especially the vintage and handmade markets. A few weeks ago I was invited to the Studio Zeta showroom event, not really a market but a sort of exhibition of creatives in this beautiful fashion showroom that every now and then opens its doors to different kind of crafters and designers for a weekend.

The location is lovely and the selection of sellers and exposers is always accurate: it is definitely a place to spend a Saturday afternoon with your girlfriends knowing that you will for sure buy something!

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (1)

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (4)

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (3)

I was invited by Gemma and Ilaria, founders of Heka Couture, as it was their first time there, exposing their new collection of hats, turbans and many other beautiful things: coats, jackets, skirts, dresses, trousers, culottes, jabots, collars, everything absolutely handcrafted and with incredible choice of patterns and materials. I was madly in love with their new turbans, hats and headbands (I bought one, of course, but I could have done worse!) and it was hard to leave all those pieces there because most of them were incredibly awesome! The 30’s inspired berets or the golden turban, the maxi bow collar or the striped turban with bow were among my favorite pieces. I also loved the golden waistcoat and skirt, the fancy hooded coat and a beautiful dress that made me think of Erdem or the old Matthew Williamson for the wonderful sketched pattern.

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (5)

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (2)

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (6)

But Studio Zeta event was also about vintage: my friend Laura from Italian Vintage Suite was there with her beautiful vintage pieces and a special corner was dedicated to get free vintage hairstyling. Plus, lot of jewels and fashion designers, live performance and a special area for kids’ fun and wine tasting!

I wore Heka Couture lace jabot, Dixie black culottes, Max & Co black coat, Maison Momonì folk clutch, 8 pointed brogues and & Other Stories glitter socks. Of course I also tried all my favorite headpieces exposed!!

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (11)

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (10)

The Ladybug Chronicles Studio Zeta Heka Couture (8)

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