Emilie is a texture inspired by a great woman, a revolutionary, a creative, an independent and emancipated artist. This is a story that wants to celebrate an exceptional figure mostly remembered for being the muse of a great artist like Klimt; I want to introduce you to Emilie Flöge. She was a revolutionary woman, not only in fashion, an independent and emancipated entrepreneur in the early 1900s and this revolutionary mind of her shines through her fashion vision. She frees women from the constrictions of the corset, she creates dresses with soft shapes, more comfortable, suitable for active and modern life, celebrating physical freedom and self-expression. Her idea of freedom inspires the Reformbekleidung: a new “reformed clothing”, soft and relaxed, dresses with easy cuts: a new modernity in 1900 Vienna for “brave” women. Emilie made avant-garde dresses; soft shapes together with floral prints inspired the hippie culture. Her provocative style contributed to female emancipation, Emilie had an independent and creative spirit, a woman outside of the box, her work was promoted by the first feminist movements, which soon exploded in Europe. This texture is a tribute to this great woman and to her art. The design echoes the waves of her famous blue dress worn in klimt’s portrait. From these waves, from these empty and full spaces, her beloved floral designs of Hungarian inspiration take place, alternating with the geometric shapes and decorations of the Wiener Werkstätte.