What is Eurostyle?
Travel like Europeans or VC’s?
We love independent films do you?
Becky’s Wunderland was once all about Becky and her funny wit. However sometimes in this world of crazies you don’t want to do it alone. Welcome the team…
Meet the Team
Armita- Armita is a a European creative type fashion designer born in Persia raised in Sweden, lived as a married woman in Holland and currently creatively making her way through Silicon Valley as a family with her husband and daughter. Her artistic adventures were shaped among others by the likes of Stockholm’s Royal Institute of the Arts where she followed courses and Beckman’s Design School for her Associate’s degree in fashion design, Utrecht’s College of Art of which she graduated and Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts which inspired her. You can find her work at armivondesign.com. In her sparetime she likes to entertain and is very organised.
Tiffany- A Traveler at heart: Some of her most favorite places on earth to go are Dubrovnik, Croatia (practically every summer) beautiful Park City Utah (home State) Florence, Italy (Love that place) and London England (Where the last gentleman in the world still breathe).
Tiffany is a big fan of indie film festivals and of course fashion. If you went to Sundance these past years you might have unknowingly run into her. A fun fact about Tiffany her dad use to work with the Osmond family (Donny & Marie) as a bodyguard growing up. She also studied theatre as you can tell she loves the arts. Tiffany has a bubbly personality and if you make eye contact with her she might strike up a conversation about Croatia, travel, films but never about the weather. Leave that for Becky.
Becky-The bubbly cinephile that knows someone as some say “6 degrees of Becky”. Her love of films led her to covering more than 7 film festivals last year as press for various online media outlets. Born and bred in Silicon Valley she married her German lover and years later fled with her family to a small village somewhere between Leipzig and Dresden. As some may know the Germans love to discuss the weather as a topic and not use it to the end of a conversation.