Carmen Campo Real, born in Paris in 1968, is a French poet activist with a focus on social issues. She lives and works in Geneva. As a journalist she began working with TF1 and then, while collaborating with lifestyle magazines such as Glamour, Jardin des Modes, New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Vogue and Elle, Carmen realised that her passion was investigative journalism, digging into complex situations, building relationships with other human beings. Since she moved to Geneva in 2002, Carmen has been focusing all her time on writing and performing poetry in French. Her publications by Slatkine include Perfusions(2009), Cartilage (2010), Hiatus (2014), Janus (2018) , Hubris (2022). She is represented by Art Gallery Sonia Zannetacci.
SEP (@septhebrand) was founded in 2014 as a pioneering, sustainable lifestyle accessories brand, built to bring thousands of refugees above the poverty line through training and employment. With SEP, luxury becomes a meaningful statement through exceptional products, thanks to the SEP embroidery Artists’ own talent. The SEP key priority is to uphold the values of promoting Social Impact and accountability as a certified B Corporation® and curate a modern translation of thousands of years of heritage with creative storytelling. SEP strive for innovative disruption by the means of a luxury fashion business with exclusive style and humanity.