Sun Plaza invites yous on a journey into the fascinating world, full of elegance and inspiration of Nita Sao hats, signed by Romanian designer Ana Istodorescu. Dozens of statement pieces, like those created by the designer for the events of the Royal House, will be exhibited between August 7 and 16, in the mall.
Hats with atypical shapes or large brims, decorated with flowers, sequins or lace, with a vintage look, statement or following a minimalist style can be admired in Sun Plaza, on the ground floor, and promise to bring inspiration and style through elegant details.
• The Nita Sao hat exhibition (August 7 – 16) will include pieces similar to those created for the Royal House;
• Pop Up Store (August 1 – 31) where Romanian designer Ana Istodorescu will offer advice on how to include a hat in an outfit;
• Instagram contest (August 10 – 17) – you have the opportunity to win a unique NITA SAO hat, from the Fleurs-de-Lis collection, similar to those created by the designer for the Royal House. The hat is unique, created with 925 silver foil, inspired by Yves Saint Laurent’s favorite flowers and colors.
From August 1 to 31, on the first floor, there will be a Nita Sao Pop up Store with hats and handmade outfits that visitors can purchase. In the store, Sun Plaza visitors can benefit from personalized clothing counseling sessions with Ana Istodorescu, which take place daily, between August 7 and 16, between 18: 00-20: 00, based on a prior appointment.
The Nita Sao PopUp Store in Sun Plaza is open to the public from Monday to Friday from 14:00 to 22:00, and on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00.
Ana Istodorescu is a Romanian designer known for her unique creations, originality and courage to bring the hat back to the modern woman’s wardrobe. Ana Istodorescu’s creative universe captures grace, the story, resulting in special collections, made by hand, with great attention to every detail.
In 2019, Ana Istodorescu became an ambassador for the talent of Romanian designers, representing the country at the largest hat exhibition in the world, The Great Hat Exhibition, organized in London. Her creation, “100 Romanian Peonies”, a tribute to the 100 years of modern Romania, could be admired along with 200 other creations of fashionistas from around the world.