Monday, March 24, 2014

When two cultures have the same passion CREATIVITY

In Ancona Italy Delia Segatini owner of DeZaYeppa has the passion for Mexico. 
In California USA  myself Cintia Soto mexican owner of Kutz has the passion for Italy. 
Two different countries but one passion, CREATIVITY. 

I meat Delia through her sister Gaia Segattini from Vendetta Unicetta blogger of Vanity Fair Italy, another super creative woman but that is another story for sure I will talk about in another post. I'm consider myself  a super fan of her. 

When I meat Delia everything started with a simple interchange of questions, curiosity for our cultures, Delia is very curious, creative and has the ability to organize everything so well. One day she said, "..why you don't come to my house and have a mexican dinner at my house?", last year I visited her in Ancona Italy, I love her house, she admire Frida Kahlo and has a beautiful altar of Dia de los Muertos full of color, for that dinner she and Gaia prepared a marvelous traditional Italian dinner but decorated with mexican colors, I meat her family and I had the best time ever with them, I'm very thankful with her for that moment.  I love her sense of humor and her interest of my country (Mexico) and my culture, honestly I had been learning so many things because of her, simply because I want to give her the right answers. 

Delia works so hard in her project DeZaYeppa is not just a shop, she organize workshops to show people The Mexican culture, she also works directly with the Mexican Embassy in Rome, organizing events and more. 

Please meet Delia Segattini here 

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Twitter - @DezaYeppa

Here are some of my photos from my visit to her house in Ancona Italy. 

On this photo from left to right Me, Gaia and Delia.  

I really enjoyed my time with Delia I feel like home even in her garden she has something related with Mexico. I'm very thankful with that visit I hope some day she visit me as well I can't wait to show her how can we eat a real "enchilada". 

Delia create a beautiful design of paper tissue holder BESAME MUCHO with means kiss me a lot in Spanish, she said ...."This item is dedicated to the power of passion" and I like it. 

Kutz help her to cut out her fantastic ideas. :) how awesome is that? We collaborate on this project and I hope in so many in the future. You can find this product at her shop this is my interpretation of her creation, but the original design is in her shop.

Do you have any good experience with someone like us from another country please share. 

These little skulls represent our colorful friendship (Delia, Gaia and Cintia) 

Fotos by Cintia Soto 

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