Susana Cruz always wanted to tell the most beautiful story ever told. She was still a little girl and her room looked like a big bazaar, with pictures of models cut out all over the place. Even then she dreamt of dressing princesses by the head on the evening of her big day.
Feet on the ground, heart happy, head in the clouds
Little or nothing could be done against her by those spoilsports who never tire of repeating that life is not a dream, that dreams are dreams. Susana knew that sometimes reality takes place on the fringes of the probable, in forests where houses grow on trees, in palaces inhabited by the orphan of the pirate king, in worlds where girls travel in umbrellas, in Neverland.
Growing up was not about putting aside childhood fantasies, it was more about making them come true. You just had to keep your feet on the ground, your heart happy and your head in the clouds.
And why not?
His particular path of yellow tiles - not without thorns, traps and jugs of cold water - began ten years ago, when he opened Suma Cruz, a workshop in an attic where the accessory is the main thing.
At Suma's doors, beautiful aspiring queens for a day (queens for life, better yet) began to crowd around the gates. Susana and her team opened each one's file and took note of everything they were told.
Sometimes the brides would leave with a totally different idea than the one they had brought with them. It was because Susana would challenge them: "And why not...?". Knowing that she would never design anything she didn't like, they agreed, entrusting their fortunate kingdom in Susana's hands for a while. And so it was that amazing things began to happen.
The rock&roll of fairies and elves
The tingling of the team delivering the hatboxes with the crowns and the butterflies in the stomachs of the brides at the moment of the 'yes, I do' took shape in Suma's workshop. So did the dragonflies caught on the riverbank, shooting stars dawning in the garden, beetle kings of creation and chests full of rose gold.
The work and the days began to follow one after the other at a dizzying pace to the rhythm of babidi-bibidi-bu, the rock and roll of fairies and goblins. Meanwhile, the Suma team created tiny works of art with their hands, luminous objects of desire. The aim was to demonstrate that beauty is not an exact science, but something simply perfect.
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