behind the black rose

behind the black rose

A Symbol of Bravery

Black roses often signify death or hatred. But they are also symbolic of rejuvenation, rebirth, or the start of a drastic change. Overcoming a long war or journey from which one did not expect to return is another narrative closely tied to this rare flora.


Similarly, women with chronic gynecological diseases like endometriosis must confront the lifelong journey of learning to manage the pain both mentally and physically.


While roses and flowers are traditionally indicative of femininity, the strength of the black rose expresses a sense of bravery and rebellion against one’s current condition.


The name Valentina stands for bravery, strength, and health, and the black rose further exemplifies these qualities.

Back to blog

Leave a comment