Una Cosa Blu works with passionate lovers of beauty, that desire hand made products.
Una Cosa Blu share a specific business idea with its partners and clients: to combine traditional processes with innovative styling proposals, classic and clean image with contemporary contents.
Una Cosa Blu designs high target' products.

Significantly to the needs of our clients we offer a very wide range of specific services.
For Brands, Ateliers and Tailors, Boutiques or exclusive private customers:
we design accessories' collections (shoes, hair pieces, baby shoes and baby dresses, veils, umbrellas,jewelry); we develop projects with manufacturing of both the samples and the production on behalf of the client; we take care of the research (suppliers, raw materials) for both handicraft products and industrialized ones.
For Event's planners and retailers:
we cooperate to design and to produce invitations, gifts, special displays, tabloid. We select the best products/suppliers in relation to the needs of each individual event.
We work with customers all around the world, and with all those who appreciate and desire "Made in Italy": highest level with discretion, attention to the detail, personalized exclusivity.

Daniela Cusano

Daniela Cusano, fashion designer and owner of Una Cosa Blu, mix tradition, innovative solutions, research and craftsmanship. The "accessories' lady" refines the innate ability to enhance the detail during 15 years of career in prestigious international companies: Ferragamo for Emanuel Ungaro, Fendi, Swatch Group, Vivia, Viktor&Rolf. The research, the development of collections with high rate of modernity, the journey and the cooperation with exellent factories are in her DNA.
Florence, Rome and Benevento are three important cities where we develop projects, ideas, samples, image, production.
"An accessory is the "icing on the cake", it is the detail that represents us more than the dress, it emphasizes a special moment, becoming its symbol. Accessories are as talismans, they enrich the figure, attention to the detail is prelude of refinement".