Creativity, Heritage & Legacy
Cyntia grew up on in a small town called Teofilo Otoni situated in a historical region of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Raised in a family of Italian immigrants from Lake Como she grew up with parents who supported her passion for arts, design and music.
She played several instruments as a kid, including piano and flute. She also took lessons on impressionism painting in oil and watercolour during this time period along with her sister while they were growing up together - an interest which led her down jewelry making paths later on at university when Cyntia's grandmother gifted some non-valuable stones from their grandfather who was one of Brazil’s major gemstone merchants back then.
Her grandfather discovered the most valuable Aquamarine of all times which it is a shade of blue so intense and rich, it was named "Marta Rocha" after The Miss Brazil in 1954.
Cyntia started to create pieces for her friends and family as a hobby keeping her creative spirit. Up until today, the designer keeps surrounded by favourite things which are art, music, jewellery and traveling around world discovering unique beauty each place she visits bringing inspiration to her work.
As a creative her legacy is to cultivate into others the passion for art, design, craftsmanship and awareness when it comes to creative process. The designer made a decision to do not follow fashion calendars but launch collections at her own pace from early beginnings.