The term “Gypset” has frequently appeared among the trendiest in the fashion world. A mixture of “gypsy” with “jet set (wealthy and fashionable people who travel widely and frequently for pleasure) this is the lifestyle envied by many.
Created by the American journalist Julia Chaplin who writes about travel, fashion, design, contemporary art and lifestyle for publications as Wallpaper, New York Magazine and New York Times. She says the “Gypset” style is not related to money, but to the taste acquired in to know the pleasures of high culture as to the simplest things that life can provide.
The “Gypsetters” are usually photographers, musicians, designers and artists, a sophisticated and detached group that unites work to leisure, alternating seasons in exotic retreats with world travel, preferably in paradisiacal places watered with comfort and casual sophistication.
The way of dressing of the “Gypsetters” is also very eccentric, a mixture of prints with indigenous paintings, crochet, floral and tribal with an abstract design. Accessories are always “maxi” combined with scarves and headbands, showing a cultural background and an attitude full of concept.
We can not deny that Gypset style is attractive and charming and that the Gypsetters are undoubtedly the “New Nomads” of this millennium.