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Nidodileda… once you spell it right, you won’t forget it!

According to Dante’s Comedy, Nidodileda (Nido di leda) symbolizes “Leda’s nest”. Leda was Zeus’s mistress and mother of his twin sons, Castor and Pollux (known together as Dioscuri). Castor and Pollux were awarded a constellation, Gemini, for their brotherly love, and that constellation lays in Nidodileda.


Lyon embroidered kimono dress



Citrine Embroidered Bra

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York Knit Dress



Starling sequin dress



Little King Cross Body & WaistBag


€70,00 95,00

Aria Embroidered Dress



Forever Fringed Dress

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Pinklily pleated dress



Nightingail Silk Scarf


€13,00 15,00

Holyday Silk Scarf bright green

ColorLight GreenSizeOS

€13,00 15,00

Eden Floral Playsuit Black


€56,00 111,50

Eden Floral Playsuit Beige


€56,00 111,50

River Cut Out Printed Bikini

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€50,00 100,00

Sugar Printed Swimsuit

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€50,00 97,50

Cocotail slit Cover-up light blue

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€39,00 77,90

Cocotail slit Cover-up pink


€39,00 77,90

Bird Of Paradise Sheer Maxi Tulle Dress


€175,00 195,00

Centaur Embroidered 60s Mini Dress


€67,00 134,00

Big Horse Printed Mini Grey Dress


€88,00 98,00

Evergreen Dress



Zanzibar slit dress



Fishes Sheer Velvet Button Up Dress


€84,00 168,00

Evensong Floral Dress

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Nidodileda is not only about clothing.
It's a philosophy, an idea which makes you feel free… #nidoblog curated by Marianna Serveta
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11 May

Spirits of Aeriform

I lost myself on a cool damp night.
I gave myself in that misty light.
Was hypnotised by a strange delight.
Under a lilac tree.

I made wine from the lilac tree
Put my heart in its recipe
It makes me see what I want to see
And be what I want to be

26 Apr


To see you naked, is to recall the Earth. There are some lines we all tend to agree with, and without having been given the chance to challenge them, they end up sinking in our subconscious, wrapped in the paralysing blanket of banality. Yet, the line mentioned above, is written by the man who also wrote “I am the immense shadow of my tears”, and that could be no-one else but Federico Garcia Lorca. The trite way of perceiving his first line, would have easily been the stodgy argument which holds that “we are all born this way”. But Lorca could not have meant just that, and until recently, that Mike Leigh’s brilliant sardonicism in his movie Naked (1993) emerged to me, I was not able to elaborate further on the argument either.