Q+A: Bianca Valle, Creative

Q+A: Bianca Valle, Creative

Bianca, a New York City dwelling creative, with a style and look all her own, sat down with us after our recent impromptu collection shoot to chat what inspires her, wanderlust and denim. 


Bianca wears the Joni Wide Leg Jean in River and the Joni Button Up Shirt in Corvin.

Q: For those who do not know you, how would you describe what you do creatively and how you got your start?
BV: I have always been very creative. I haven't ignored my fascination with painting, clothing, jewelry, photography and cooking, which has led me to where I am today. I am project based in all of these spaces, and thrive off of collaborations and genuine spirits.


Q: What inspires you when getting dressed? 
BV: Comfort, colors and silhouettes. I get inspired by everything:) 


Q: What are the elements that make up your perfect pair of jeans?
BV: Straight leg, no holes and tight around the booty. 


Q: What is your ultimate holiday party look? 
BV: An off the shoulder sweater or blouse, well-made shoes and straight leg black denim. 


Q: 3x1 is known for being "Made Here," what does "Made Here" mean to you?
BV: I stand behind the concept of supporting anything and everything local whether it be clothing, food or goods. It is so important to keep manufacturing pure, ethical and accessible. 


Q: Top 5 things about living in NY (can be anything
BV: Coffee shops, creativity, collaboration and dreaming. 


Q: When you're not working how do you spend your time? 
BV: Cooking, painting, adventuring around with my loved ones. 


Rapid fire: 
In theme with the upcoming Fall Holidays an apropos rapid fire questionnaire  


Q: Island vacation or mountain vacation? 
BV: Mountain!


Q: Jeans or sweats for travel?  
BV: Jeans


Q: Describe your style in one word.
BV: Bianca 


Q: Film or digital for photographic documentation? 
BV: Film


Q: The one product you won't travel without?
BV: Lip Balm  


Q: Prefered mode of transport? 
BV: Train:) 

Bianca wears the Sabine Tapered Chino in Moss
Photography Elena Mudd 
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