In 2011 she was again selected to participate in
Fashion Paper, a traveling exhibition with exposure in Milan, Turin, Florence, Rome and Madrid promoted by the Province of Milan and its Afol Moda school, by the Accademia de Brera and by the Academies of Florence and Turin, to communicate fashion through paper.
She was protagonist of such event with the creation of a dress totally embroidered in crochet with hand-made recycled paper cords and inspired by the Marajoara culture of her Brazilian region.
The work was particularly appreciated and exhibited at the Milan Triennale and subsequently in Rome, Turin, Florence, Madrid and London, as well as published in the exhibition catalogs
distributed in all Italian bookstores.