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Discover the inspirations behind IVINCIA's Primavera collection.

  

Founder and Designer Olivia Langinger

Olivia studied Fine Art (painting and sculpture) in New York and London at Parsons The New School for Design and Central St Martins respectively.  She continued her training as a textile designer at several luxury fashion brands including Alexander McQueen, Alice and Olivia, and Vera Wang.  
Olivia started playing tennis at the age of seven.  IVINCIA perfectly brings together her skills as an artist and her passion for textiles, tennis, and fashion.  

About the collection

Using Botticelli's Primavera painting as the initial inspiration Eternal Springtime is the inspiration for this collection.  Botanical prints from the V&A archive and the library at Kew Gardens are important sources for ideas as are the beautiful parks and garden squares in London itself.   
Fashion Designer Rachel Chiu.  Before returning to London, Olivia joined forces with her friend and fellow Parsons graduate Rachel Chiu - a talented designer with extensive experience in activewear. Rachel is also a keen tennis player and so it was natural that their first collaboration should have tennis at its core.  Her technical skills and clever designs are the essential components of this high performance collection.  

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