Isabella looks for products that are made by small producers adhering to processes and values that are friendly to both the environment and the local communities.

Clay, loom-woven cotton and straw are some of her favorite materials, and she has designed her own series of containers for the “How Far Would You Go for Real Food?” immersive experience she hosts in Athens, Greece.

As an urban farmer, she cultivates 20 square meters of land in Athens organically and with great care for the soil’s health. Through her partnership with Peskesi Organic Farm in Iraklio, Crete, she is an advocate of regenerative farming practices and sustainable eating.

Isabella is also participating in a sustainability and social innovation project where schoolchildren repurpose the fibers from old clothes and use them to weave new utilitarian objects featuring aesthetics inspired by centuries-old Greek motifs and made with traditional techniques.