Camilla Ghione: The Fusion of Art and Luxury in Sustainable Fashion 

Artistic Profiles

October 26, 2023

Camilla Ghione, a young and vibrant Italian artist, seamlessly blends her passion for art with the world of luxury accessories, creating a unique and sustainable brand. 


In November 2018, Ghione introduced her exclusive brand, offering "ART TO WEAR" pieces adorned with her mesmerizing artworks. With a steadfast commitment to sustainability, her brand's mission revolves around the integration of Art, Nature, Technology, and the timeless elegance of 'Made in Italy' craftsmanship.

Drawing from the finest natural fabrics, including silk, cashmere, and modal, Ghione combines these luxurious materials with cutting-edge printing technologies and meticulous hand-finishing, resulting in exquisite, sustainable accessories that transcend seasons and trends.

Green Passion Modal Cashmere

Natural Sky

Embracing a profound environmental ethos, the brand advocates for sustainable processes throughout its production cycle, with a strong belief in preserving our planet - committed to reducing the fashion industry's environmental footprint, eschewing toxic materials, minimizing ink and water wastage, and championing eco-conscious practices as her artworks range from introspective, nature-inspired resin pieces to thought-provoking mirror works, and realistic oil paintings. 

Taking a step further in her environmental commitment, in 2021, Ghione initiated a tree-planting initiative, contributing to the global effort to combat climate change. With over 300 trees already planted worldwide, the brand's efforts go beyond mere sustainability unwavering dedication to a greener future - continues to pave the way for a more conscious and refined approach to fashion and art.





Instagram: @camillaghionedesigns


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