Luxury according to Deborah Martinelli Bonavia

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Inspiration and creativity drawing from history to open up towards the future: the ethos of Deborah Martinelli Bonavia. Artistically known as the Goddess of Luxury, Deborah’s skill is supported by a family heritage dating back to the start of the ancient Kütahya dynasty. Her world, the world of bespoke luxury, intertwines with the realm of Excellence (presided by Luigi Lauro), of which she is a partner.

After proving her skill as a haute couture designer for celebrities and royal families, she opened the exclusive club Unicus et Mirabilis, an online platform bringing together the projects, experiences and expertise of the most renowned masters of international design.

Her creative vision has also led her to initiate and manage projects in Luxury Real Estate, such as Qamar Investments which boasts a luxury complex in the Mediterranean designed by award-winning international architects.

Deborah promotes a series of initiatives to foster children’s and women’s rights. Since last April she has represented NGO “Il Cenacolo” at United Nations organ the ECOSOC: her first engagement was “Once upon a time the colours of life”, attended by President of “Il Cenacolo” Loretta Lorenzini. Her international involvement has been acknowledged by an extraordinary recognition: Deborah Martinelli Bonavia received the title of “Honored Lady” for the historic Order of Amaranth – founded by Queen Christina of Sweden – from the Swedish Royal Family, following an introduction by famous singer Kym Mazelle.

His Highness Prince Joseph of Bhamo accompanied her to the ceremony. Luxury? Deborah’s in no doubt about what it means for her. True luxury is the discretion, alongside family and solidarity, permeating the personal values she expresses to the full.

 

 

 

 

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