BIOGRAPHY

nataly-brunner

 

 

Born on 10th April 1978.

I live in Germany, but was born in Moldova, a country full of creative people who do handcraft work all of their lives.

My need to create began at the age of 13 years, during the time when I was destroying my mother’s old clothes in hopes of making something new and interesting from them. As I tried to sleep at night, my dreams would be haunted by visions of what I could wear if I only I had the money to buy all that I wanted.  At that point, I hadn’t realized that I could follow these dreams, and could find a way to help women express their inside beauty through their look, clothes, and accessories.

My first steps were taken during my studies at college, but it wasn’t long before I began to feel impatient and anxious to begin the practical realization of my dream. In fact, I was never one to sit patiently on a chair and easily accept a theory, and even though I loved to read and study, I was impatient to make my own mistakes – to discover and experience.

At the age of 20, I opened my first fashion house, which was a giant step and a base for everything that I do now. After many ups and downs, I came to understand that creativity is just a small part of making a dream come true.

After moving to Germany, I underwent the biggest changes in my life, and my dreams came even closer to reality. This time of my life was a combination of adventure and hard times. I was raising my son and at the same time jumping into a totally new world of things I’d never seen before in my life. Learning a new culture, a new language, and meeting new people made me grow up, and all these experiences helped strengthen my wish to realize my dream and so appeared Philini.

 

3 Comments

  • Ana says:

    What an inspiring story. Sounds like something we are experiencing with our daughter. 🙂 And I do KNOW that many times women who have this inquisitive nature for fashion, color, style, etc….can, and usually are, are force in the fashion world…..if they’re strong enough to pursue their dreams. Congrats on achieving yours! 🙂

    • NATALY says:

      Thank you, Ana! 🙂 I do my best, but of course – it is still a lot to pursuit and a lot of work. And am looking forward to the story with your daughter once.:) Life makes the best stories!!!

  • Herminia Muetzel says:

    Very inspiring. Wish you all the best in achieving your dream!

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