Inventor and Designer of the brand is Hungarian-born Fruzsina Kaiser, today lives in Italy. A natural science lover, who has a Bachelor Degree in chemistry and a Master Degree in architecture, studied in Germany and Italy, and has worked for famous architecture firms such as Atelier Jean Nouvel in Paris and for Shigeru Ban Architects in Tokyo. When her first son was born she rediscovered in herself the child that never grown up… Draw the GhigoStyle logo, dedicated to her son and continued to concede freedom to express her creativity in inventing everyday-stylish practical & functional solutions around the life of a child. The willingness to share this personal experience with peers let the GhigoStyle Brand and its Collections begin to go public. She has the capacity to capture the unique in the essential, observe the world with continues discovery of the most simple and the natural instinct of an architect to build and transform it in something surprisingly new.
The story began when after the birth of her first son, the Hungarian-born architect Fruzsina Kaiser, created the GhigoStyle logo dedicated to her son : Niccolo, called Ghigo. She started to create funny graphic T-shirts in order to dress him in a unique and playful way.
The T-shirts through personalized photos of Kids let them to become a different person like a Soccer Player or a famous Movie Star. They were also much liked by friends and friends-of-friends, … hence GhigoStyle started it’s journey around the world.
Getting more and more involved with the Kids World, she started to further decline the GhigoStyle logo to embrace a whole range of Childrens’ Clothing & Home Décor items. Contemporarily with the birth of Designer’s daughter, the female version of GhigoStyle was also born.
Since then, the Brand evolves through continuously renewing Collections, that reflect from time to time the enriching experience of a mum that plays with her children - moments to return a child again every day.…
Restore the momentum of play between mum & child in a World that often gives more space to the outward look than to the inner world, to the speed than to the value of a pause, hence ignoring also the most antique and authentic relationship : the one between mum&child – the cure & play together.