Aura derives from the Greek and means breeze; it was the name of a nymph in mythology known for her quick and agile wind-like movements. In particular, this deity was associated with the fresh morning air, that feeling of soft energy that leaves the wake of its purity in the air. The line of Aura is inspired by the idea of wind, a whirlwind emblematic of its circularity in perpetual motion.
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