MEET Lucy Pinter
Posted on September 18 2020
Mama, wife, creative director and designer.
A bit hippy, a bit rock and roll ... a bit punk, a bit purist.
New project coming soon: @we_are_dhara
What is your alchemy? Describe yourself in 7 words:
This is hard to write about yourself.
I’m an earth sign. But I’m fire too. And maybe a little air 😉 .
Stubborn (working on being less opinionated)
What is/are your passion?
Photography. My kids. Creating imagery, creating collections, creating brand identities, just creating.
What is your spirit animal?
Most transformative moment or decision in your life:
Marrying my husband and life partner
Launching my brand
(Couldn’t settle on just one)
What makes you feel loved?
What advice would you give your 22 year old self?
Listen more. Speak less.
How do you express love?
I give myself to those I really love. Completely.
How do you relax/switch off
I practice Kundalini yoga. A class with Tej does it for me every time. And cooking shows with the kids in the evenings
What is your favorite piece from Le Depot Dore and why? How does it make you feel?
The Chunky Gold Signet Ring. It’s all you need. Just that. I don’t like bling. And I’m not that girlie. It suits me. It’s uncomplicated and strong.
What is freedom to you? In what moments do you experience freedom?
Freedom is being able to choose. I feel free all day every day. We’re so privileged and I’m so grateful.
What is your favorite memory?
Just one? The birth of my babies. (2)
What empowers you?
When do you feel most courageous? What does courage mean to you?
Courage is facing the fear and then shaking it off.
How do you feel about vintage? Thoughts on sustainability.
I never wear vintage. Although I love the look on other people. There is no way forward but to work and live in the most possible sustainable way. But what does that really mean? It’s a long complicated discussion. Circular business models are interesting to me. Vintage is a good way to start. Less stuff in landfills is always good. Re-working vintage is interesting too, but not always that easy.
What are your hopes for the future?
Gosh. That’s not easy. Happiness, success and health for my children. That this global shake up is actually a complete shift in consciousness for our planet. That we finally have some real breakthrough moments for social injustices, that those in power begin to live from the heart. This could go on and on but maybe the first and the last sum it up.
What do you most look forward to?
Right now, the evenings at home together. There isn’t a single thing I’d rather do.
Favorite go to music/ top 3
Cocteau Twins / Cowboy junkies / Kings of Convenience
(And I love to listen chants)