Thesis project developed by Penelope Bazzani as part of the three-year course in Fashion Design specialising in Shoes and Accessories Design. A collection of women's accessories with an inclusive slant, aiming to normalise what is still considered different, strange or wrong in many contexts

A design conceived for people with disabilities, with a focus on paraplegia: the line offers a series of models with an innovative design and which, through their operation, protect the activities of people in wheelchairs and prevent related problems.
In the Myosotis collection the classic lines of the shoes are mixed with the dynamism and ergonomics of a sporty, urban style. There is a strong focus on ease of movement in both shoes and bags and it is the detail that makes the difference.