Who we are
Everything I Want, functions as the online retailer of our gallery Lo Studio, based in Venice, offering limited but accessible editions of handcrafted homeware, fashion, and accessories. Aiming to change consumer habits and raise awareness around the impact of choices made when buying, it actively promotes creatives who believe in art and design as a positive tool to build a sustainable future.
Everything I Want is also strongly committed to promoting indigenous communities through special projects, like our evolving partnerships with Mola Sasa or Nzuri Textiles.
Nadja Romain’s career has spanned art, fashion, curation and social activism. Born in Paris, she earned a M.A in Art History from l’Ecole du Louvre and La Sorbonne. After years in both media and film, her professional experience led her to work as a film and art producer with, among others, Ron Arad, Matthew Barney, Chila Burman, Isaac Julien, David Lynch, Jonas Mekas; she also focused on collaborating with philanthropic endeavours such as Women for Women International and VDay.
In 2019 Nadja founded Art Action Change, a charity dedicated to social progress and education through the arts. In 2020 she established herself in Venice to explore the astonishing cultural heritage of the city, which she sees as a laboratory for the future. That same year she curated Unbreakable Women in Glass at Fondazione Berengo. Her experience in Venice has resulted in the 2023 opening of Lo Studio-Everything I Want a multidisciplinary hub for artists, designers and artisans that hopes to foster a dialogue between high end craft and visual and decorative arts, with a special focus on glass.
Driven by the idea that art is a vehicle to connect people and open a path for positive change in society, Lo Studio-Everything I Want is actively engaged in the preservation of Venice and its lagoon, and is currently developing a project to revive the island of Murano.
Among her other projects, Nadja is notably on the advisory board of the platform Decolonising Fashion and Textiles at the Center for Sustainable Fashion at London College of Fashion and she will be curating Osman Yousefzada’s upcoming exhibition What is Seen and What is Not for the 2024 Venice Biennale at Palazzo Franchetti. The exhibition was created at The Victoria and Albert Museum this summer.