The new fall winter collection is inspired by the book "The Secret Garden", in a darker and dreamlike version, in a fantastic garden full of magical creatures... but there is more... this time we wanted to dedicate this short film and the collection to all women victims of violence, it is not a film against violence against women, but we delicately tried to mention what happens in a story of aggression, between general indifference, union and love that there should be among all women, and the wish for these victims to be able to be reborn from their ashes, as the Phoenix does in our history too!
Mary is the protagonist of our story, a dreamy teenager who doesn't like piano lessons.
Under the custody of his governess Mrs Medlock, he will live a very special adventure.
Mrs Medlock is apparently a strict and irreproachable governess.
She is actually the queen of the Elves, who organized a very particular dream for Mary.
Ayla will accompany Mary into the Secret Garden, as ordered by the Queen of the Elves.
But at a certain point he will run away out of fear, leaving Mary alone.
Persephone is here as queen of the Underworld and will try to give Mary a rose to take her to Hades with her.
Ayla the elf will manage to prevent the hypnosis and drag Mary away.
Sirin is the vain Bird of Paradise, busy all the time pleasing himself.
Ayla and Mary will be ignored, because Sirin has no time to waste on anyone who isn't her equal.
Erato is a Dryad, a tree nymph. She runs away in fear because she is being chased by the God Pan.
Thanks to the arrival of Ayla and Mary, Pan will let her go and Erato will find comfort in the trunk of his tree
Syringe and a Naiad, a nymph of the springs, are attacked and blocked by the God Pan.
Thanks to a scream from Mary, Siringa manages to escape, saving himself, but leaving Mary in trouble
Pursued by the enraged God Pan, Mary asks Gyps the Griffin for help.
But she will be ignored because the Griffin is indifferent to what happens in the garden.
Shadhavar the Unicorn will be approached by Mary for help.
But the already melancholic unicorn will not be able to do anything, he will remain motionless resigned to not being able to help Mary.
Having arrived in the clearing of the Villi, the spirits of the woods, Mary is finally rescued
Mary is saved and rejected by this feminine force of love, Pan is forced to leave.
Milcham the Phoenix, risen from the ashes, appears just when Mary needs to be resurrected.
Its symbolism represents the strength of being able to react to pain and difficulties.
Pan is the violent aggressor of our story, a restless soul who follows his wild nature.
That perhaps he will understand that continuing with violence will lead him to a destiny of loneliness and suffering