Made in Italy with Love
At Nina and The Wolf we believe that quality is the secret to create something fabulous. For this reason all of our products are made in Italy: selecting some of the best fabrics and materials, as well as suppliers well renowned for their attention to detail. Because every woman should own great quality lingerie, something that makes her feel sexy and proud, something that boosts her confidence, something that make her feel she can conquer the world!
However, Nina and The Wolf has something more, the products are not just “Made in Italy” but Made in Italy with Love” because not only is there great attention to the production processes, but “we have left a bit of our hearts in each and every garment, making sure its not just something we would definitely buy, but that also reflects our souls and personalities.”
The brand doesn’t want just to create amazing lingerie, it wants to challenge women to break their routine, start experimenting with fashion and to treat lingerie as an accessory, part of their everyday look: “all our pieces are designed to be shown: matched with a pair of jeans or peeking out from your favourite T-shirt… have fun creating new combinations!”
Something about us:
Nina and The Wolf was born from the idea of Gaia and Marta who decided to carefully mix the quirkiness in the designs inspired by our time in the UK and the excellence of the manufactures of our home country – Italy – giving to this fabulous Swiss brand a truly international vibe!
Gaia is the third generation of women in lingerie in her family and she couldn’t be prouder! After graduating at The University of Edinburgh with a MSc in Management and working for several years for some of the best up and coming brands in London and Italy, she decided to move back home and start Nina and The Wolf with the precious help of her “partner in crime”, Marta.
Marta decided to follow her passion for photography – heritage of a family history – and after a degree in Design, she moved to London to graduate from the MA in Photography at University of Westminster. Alongside her Fine Art practice, she worked with various Fashion photographers. Today she’s working in Milan as a freelance, her pictures have been published on The New York Times, Vogue.it and Grazia and from 2013 her photographs are auctioned by Sotheby’s