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Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

It will be held tomorrow in Brescia at the celebrated cathedral of conceptual fashion Penelope, created by the one and only Roberta Valentini, a workshop on “Fashion image, developing and increasing personal style and self-image”, by the Bejing Institute Lantao Culture. The workshop, which will host the Chinese students and will last for one week, is focused on exploring the theme of fashion, connected to the experience of Penelope as trend setter and cool hunter. A successful initiative under the sign of fashion culture – that precious source of knowledge coming from who chooses and sells fashion, the buyer – and the sign of Penelope, an essential place embodying the pioneer and bright work by its soul, Roberta.

UN WORKSHOP SULL’ IMMAGINE DELLA MODA DA PENELOPE, LA CATTEDRALE DI MODA CONCETTUALE DI BRESCIA

Roberta Valentini, photo by N

Roberta Valentini, photo by N

Si terrà domani a Brescia presso la celebre cattedrale di moda concettuale Penelope, creata dalla sola e unica Roberta Valentini, un workshop su “Fashion image, developing and increasing personal style and self-image”, organizzato dall’ Istituto Lantao Culture di Pechino. Il workshop, che ospiterà gli studiosi cinesi e durerà una settimana, è volto a esplorare il tema della moda, legato all’ esperienza di Penelope quale trend setter e cool hunter. Una felice iniziativa all’ insegna della cultura della moda – quella preziosa risorsa di conoscenza che proviene da chi la moda la seleziona e la vende, il buyer – e del segno di Penelope, luogo imprescindibile che racchiude in sé la pioneristica opera della sua anima, Roberta.

www.lantao.net

www.penelope-store.it

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

The bright fashion designer Marco Grisolia will feature as guest designer in the Riga Fashion Week and present on 1st November 2014 the Spring/Summer 2015 collection he made where dream-like visions inspired by Moldavia artist Alexander Tinei overlap to Maghreb landscapes. Contemporary urban-folk suggestions meet sporty-chic architectures made of cotton piquet, poplin, silk shantung, nylon, organza, tulle, silk satin. Over-fit and tight lines, paisley prints and geometric decorations enriches the creations. A dynamism emphasized by a palette of colors including natural colors, metal nuances, ivory, nude and pink. The mood of collection is emphasized by the accessories shoes and bags designed by Federica Bernardelli for Marco Grisolia.

MARCO GRISOLIA PROTAGONISTA DELLA RIGA FASHION WEEK

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Il brillante fashion designer Marco Grisolia sarà protagonista nelle vesti di guest designer della Riga Fashion Week e presenterà l’ 1 novembre 2014 la sua collezione primavera/estate 2015 in cui visioni oniriche che si ispirano all’ artista Alexander Tinei si sovrappongono a paesaggi maghrebini. Suggestioni urban-folk contemporanee incontrano architetture sporty-chic di piquet di cotone, popeline, shantung di seta, nylon, organza, tulle, raso di seta. Linee over-fit e aderenti, stampe paisley e decorazioni geometriche arricchiscono le creazioni. Un dinamismo enfatizzato da una palette di colori che include colori naturali, nuances metalliche, avorio, nudo e rosa. Il mood della collezione è sottolineato dagli accessori, scarpe e borse disegnate da Federica Bernardelli per Marco Grisolia.

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

Marco Grisolia Spring/Summer 2015

www.marcogrisolia.it

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne

The iconic British top-model Cara Delevingne who  recently recorded her fist music track with Pharrell Williams, also debuted as fashion designer, making a capsule collection for the New York  brand DKNY. A fun, sporty-chic elegance embodied in 15 items she created which now features in the shop windows of Boysloft, the renowned and exclusive Brescia boutique of casual-chic clothing and accessories.

LA CAPSULE COLLECTION SPORTY-CHIC DI CARA DELEVINGNE X DKNY PROTAGONISTA DI BOYSLOFT

L’ iconica top-model inglese Cara Delevingne che ha recentemente registrato il suo primo brano con Pharrell Williams, ha anche debuttato nelle vesti di fashion designer, realizzando una capsule collection per il brand newyorkese DKNY.  Una divertente eleganza sporty-chic racchiusa in 15 pezzi da lei create che è adesso protagonista delle vetrine di Boysloft, la rinomata ed esclusiva boutique di Brescia di abbigliamento ed accessori casual-chic.

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft,  photo courtesy Boysloft

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft, photo courtesy Boysloft

 

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft,  photo courtesy Boysloft

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft, photo courtesy Boysloft

 

 

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft,  photo courtesy Boysloft

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft, photo courtesy Boysloft

 

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft,  photo courtesy Boysloft

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft, photo courtesy Boysloft

 

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft,  photo courtesy Boysloft

The capsule collection by Cara Delevingne x DKNY ft. in Boysloft, photo courtesy Boysloft

 

 

www.dkny.com

www.boysloft-penelope.it

iuav 4

It enriches the training path of Fashion Design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice the second edition of advanced course in “Bag design and product development”, made in collaboration with the brand Bottega Veneta which will be held from January to April 2015.The course is open to 12 candidates coming from all over the world. The deadline to present the admission form is on 27th November 2015. A laudable initiative by a bright public institution to train young people who are interested in working in the fashion industry.

MODA & FORMAZIONE: IL CORSO DI PERFEZIONAMENTO IN BAG DESIGN AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT DELL’ UNIVERSITÀ IUAV DI VENEZIA

The  final work by students featuring in "Fashion at Iuav 2014", photo by N

The final work by students featuring in “Fashion at Iuav 2014”, photo by N

 

Arricchisce il percorso di formazione della Facoltà di Design della Moda dell’ Università Iuav di Venezia la seconda edizione del corso di perfezionamento in “Bag design and product development”, realizzato in collaborazione con il brand Bottega Veneta che si terrà da gennaio ad aprile 2015. Il corso è aperto a 12 candidati provenienti da tutto il mondo. La scadenza per presentare la domanda di ammissione è il 27 novembre 2015. Una lodevole iniziativa di una brillante istituzione pubblica per formare i giovani interessati a lavorare nel mondo nell’ industria della moda.

A categorical imperative impressed in the final work by students of Iuav University showcased during "Fashion at Iuav 2014", photo by N

A categorical imperative impressed in the final work by students of Iuav University showcased during “Fashion at Iuav 2014”, photo by N

 

A summer memory from "Fashion at Iuav 2014": me, myself & I along with Simone Sbarbati at the Treviso Fashion Design Faculty  of Iuav University of Venice, photo by Elda Danese

A summer memory from “Fashion at Iuav 2014”: me, myself & I along with Simone Sbarbati at the Treviso Fashion Design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice, photo by Elda Danese

 

 

 

www.iuav.it   

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It successfully runs in Athens at the Kappatos Gallery through 1st November  2014“Innervotexta”, the solo exhibition, curated by Sozita Goudana, presented in cooperation with Art Professionals in Athens Residency and Present Future Films, showcasing the work by American filmmaker Griffin, including a 16-minute art-film. It’s an exploration of digital perimeters and physical parameters, investigating on the criteria and structure of “Subjective Truth” based on the sensory perception. Innervotexta intersects the concepts of Inner (internal, self) and Vortex (referring to electromagnetic energy fields and space) and attempts to express the dual reality of existence and the tension between the internal (sensory) and the material experience of contemporary humanity. This search is emphasized by different artistic media (film, photography, constructions) and metaphysical elements such as tarot cards and botanology, artworks created by the artist in order to translate the mood of film into a more lasting moment. A not to be missed happening to enjoy the work of a bright artist.

“INNERVOTEXTA”, LA PERSONALE DI GRIFFIN ALLA KAPPATOS GALLERY DI ATENE

Griffin & Masha, photo courtesy Present Future Film

Griffin & Masha Rudenko, photo courtesy Natalia Tsoukala

Prosegue felicemente ad Atene presso la Kappatos Gallery fino all’ 1 novembre 2014 “Innervotexta”, la  personale, curata da Sozita Goudana, presentata in cooperazione con la Art Professionals in Athens Residency e Present Future Films che espone il lavoro del regista americano Griffin e include una pellicola artistica di 16 minuti. Un’ esplorazione dei perimetri digitali e parametri fisici che investigano sui criteri e la struttura della “Verità Soggettiva” che si basa sulla percezione sensoriale. Innervotexta intreccia i concetti di Interiorità (l’ interiore, il sè) e Vortice (che si riferisce ai campi di energia elettromagnetica e allo spazio) e cerca di esprimere la realtà duale dell’ esistenza e la tensione tra l’ esperienza interiore (sensoriale) e l’ esperienza materiale dell’ umanità al giorno d’ oggi.  Questa ricerca è enfatizzata da diversi media (film, fotografia, costruzioni) ed elementi metafisici quali le carte dei tarocchi e di botanica, opere d’ arte create dall’ artista al fine di tradurre lo spirito della pellicola in un momento più durevole. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare l’ opera di un brillante artista.

"Innervotexta" at the Athens Kappatos Gallery, photo courtesy Present Future Film

“Innervotexta” at the Athens Kappatos Gallery, photo courtesy Natalia Tsoukala

Athens, photo courtesy Present Future Film

Athens, photo courtesy Natalia Tsoukala

http://athensartresidency.org

www.presentfuture.net

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

“Nothing is created, nothing is destroyed, everything transforms”. The principle of conservation of matter by Antoine Lavoisier becomes a successful metaphor to talk about Carmina Campus and the creative alchemies featuring in the Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Plastic, recycled paper, leather scraps and color samples join, transform, becoming little, big masterpieces of design. Waste becomes fashion. That is the result arising from the creative flair Ilaria Venturini Fendi, bright fashion designer, farming businesswoman and social activist, made concrete by Carmina Campus, brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture she created, promoting the culture of re-use. It’s a new luxury, made of craftsmanship, irony and consciousness. Bags, clutch bags, wallets, mobile phone-cases – condom cases, laudable initiative being part of a campaign to prevent HIV – Ipad cases, jewelry talking about a conscious lifestyle and a healthy ethic. The beautiful and good, the kalokagathia, a political and poetic idea starts to be part of everyday life through fashion and fashion product which is the medium. Refined lines, fun combination of colors and materials under the sign of lightness, comfort and elegance give rise to genuine passé-partout.

ARTIGIANALITÀ, IRONIA E CONSAPEVOLEZZA: IL NUOVO LUSSO DI CARMINA CAMPUS

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

“Nulla si crea, nulla si distrugge, ma tutto si trasforma”. Il principio di conservazione della materia di Antoine Lavoisier diviene una felice metafora per parlare di Carmina Campus e delle alchimie creative della collezione primavera/estate 2015. Plastica, carta riciclata, cascami di pelle e palette colori si uniscono e si trasformano,diventando piccoli, grandi capolavori di design. Lo scarto diventa moda. Questo il risultato dell’ estro creativo di Ilaria Venturini Fendi, brillante fashion designer, imprenditrice agricola e attivista del sociale, concretizzato da Carmina Campus, brand di accessori, gioielli e componenti d’ arredo da lei creato che promuove la cultura del riuso. Un nuovo lusso, fatto di artigianalità, ironia e consapevolezza. Borse, clutch, portafogli, porta-telefonini – porta preservativi, lodevole iniziativa che fa parte di una campagna per la prevenzione dell’ HIV – porta-Ipad, gioielli che parlano di uno stile di vita consapevole e di un’ etica salubre. Il bello e il buono, la kalokagathia, un pensiero politico e poetico entra a far parte della quotidianità mediante la moda e il prodotto moda che ne diventa il medium. Linee raffinate, divertenti combinazioni di colori e materiali all’ insegna di leggerezza, comfort ed eleganza danno vita ad autentici passé-partout.

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

The fashion blogger Vincent Law wearing a Carmina Campus bag, photo by N

The fashion blogger Vincent Law wearing a Carmina Campus bag, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I wearing the collar by Carmina Campus, photo by N

Me, myself & I wearing the collar by Carmina Campus, photo by N

 

 

 

www.carminacampus.com

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Flowers, romanticism and sartorialism features in the Spring/Summer 2015 collection by Mila Schön, celebrated brand designed by Alessandro De Benedetti, which has presented during the Milan Fashion Week. Floral patterns are embodied in the prints and interpreted in volumes of clothes. Luxury becomes lightness and weight subtraction. The lines are short and clean. Cloths are precious (organza, cady, brocade, cotton and silk). It’s a delicate femininity, emphasized by light colors as salmon, azure, light blue, pink, white along with bright nuance of coral, a leitmotiv of fashion show.

MILA SCHÖN: FIORI, ROMANTICISMO & SARTORIALITÀ

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fiori, romanticismo e sartorialità sono i protagonisti della collezione primavera/estate 2015 di Mila Schön, celebre marchio disegnato da Alessandro De Benedetti, che è stata presentata durante la settimana della moda milanese. Motivi floreali sono racchiusi nelle stampe e reinterpretati nei volumi degli abiti, Il lusso diventa leggerezza e sottrazione di peso. Le linee sono corte e pulite. I tessuti sono preziosi (organza, cady, broccato, cotone e seta). Una delicata femminilità, enfatizzata da colori tenui quali, salmone, azzurro, celeste, rosa, bianco unitamente a un’ accesa nuance di corallo, un leitmotiv della sfilata.

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

The backstage of Mila Schön fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Mila Schön fashion show, photo by N

 

The backstage of Mila Schön fashion show, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

The backstage of Mila Schön fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Mila Schön fashion show, photo by N

 

The backstage of Mila Schön fashion show, photo by N

Mila Schön Spring/Summer 2015 photo by N

 

Alessandro de Benedetti, photo by N

Alessandro De Benedetti, photo by N

 

 

www.milaschon.com

photo by  N

photo by N

The Spring/Summer 2015 collection of Piazza Sempione, presented in the Milan Spazio Bigli, is inspired by the artwork “Rotation of ballerina and parrots” by the celebrated Futurist artist Fortunato Depero. The canvas becomes the medium embodying the prints depicting ballerina, parrot and palm. An alchemy made of basic colors, black, white along with beige, cotton, crêpe de chine, minimal lines of dresses, shirts, shirt-dresses, skirts, enriched by bright, hand-made, three-D embroideries decorating the refined creations, being a genuine passé-partout.

PIAZZA SEMPIONE: L’ ICONOGRAFIA DI DEPERO SU TESSUTO

 “Rotation of ballerina and parrots”, Fortunato Depero, photo by N

“Rotation of ballerina and parrots”, Fortunato Depero, photo by N

La collezione primavera/estate 2015 di Piazza Sempione, presentata presso lo Spazio Bigli di Milano si ispira all’ opera “Rotazione di ballerina e pappagalli” del celebre artista futurista Fortunato Depero. Il canvas diventa il medium che racchiude le stampe che ritraggono la ballerina, il pappagallo e la palma. Un’ alchimia fatta di colori basici, bianco e nero unitamente a beige, cotone, linee minimali di abiti, camicie, chemisier, gonne, arricchiti da luminosi, ricami a mano tridimensionali che ornano le creazioni, autentici passé-partout.

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

 

 

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

 

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

 

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

 

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

 

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

Piazza Sempione, Spring/Summer 2015. photo by N

 

 

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

It was presented during the Milan Fashion Week at the renowned concept store 10 Corso Como created by Carla Sozzani, the capsule ollection by young fashion designer Xiao Li – winner of Diesel Award at the talent scouting award ITS (International Talent Support) – she made with Diesel exclusively for 10 Corso Como, featuring clothes and accessories – two necklaces and a shopping bag -, enriched by floral details. that are under the sign of fluid lines and pastel colors, experimentation and innovation. It’s the result of a research focused on matter, the cloth, giving rise to a nice combination of denim, cloth joining to pre-modeled silicon.

LA SPERIMENTAZIONE DI XIAO LI x ˬDIESEL x 10 CORSO COMO

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

É stata presentata durante la settimana della moda milanese presso il rinomato concept store creato da Carla Sozzani 10 Corso Como, la capsule collection della giovane fashion designer Xiao Li – vincitrice del Diesel Award al concorso di talent scouting ITS (International Talent Support) – da lei realizzata per Diesel in esclusiva per 10 Corso Como di cui sono protagonisti abiti e accessori – due collane e una shopping bag -, arricchiti da motivi floreali che sono all’ insegna di linee fluide e colori pastello, sperimentazione e innovazione. Il risultato di una ricerca incentrata alla materia, al tessuto che dà vita a una simpatico combinazione di denim, tessuti che si uniscono al silicone pre-modellato.

 

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Xiao Li x Diesel x 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

Xiao Li, photo by N

Xiao Li, photo by N

 

www.10corsocomo.com

www.diesel.com

 

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Glamourama”, the Spring/Summer 2015 collection by Vivetta, brand created by the bright fashion designer Vivetta Ponti, has presented during the Milan Fashion Week in the suggestive rooms of Fioraio Bianchi, renowned Milan restaurant and coffee bar. It is a diorama of new contemporary glamour, successful reinterpretation of the visions impressed in “Natural Stories”, book by Jules Renard, illustrated by Luigi Serafini, the botany teaching tables from early 900’s, the art by Pablo Picasso and tapestry from the 60’s. Creations revisiting the silhouette from 50’s, 60’s and 70’s under the sign of fluidity and sartorialism. Lines are soft and pulled over, short, long and oversize. An alchemy embodied in the cloths, made of precious details and colored prints. Dresses, trench, shirts and bomber jackets, enriched by enchanting embroideries, talk about fine craftsmanship. Tradition joins to experimentation featuring canvas, mixed to jersey, brocade, leather, poplin, the softness of cotton, viscose knitwear and refined creased evanescence of “cloud” organza. A playful atmosphere emphasized by the palette of colors – including red, azure, pink, orange, green, light blue, white, black, silver – and the prints featuring polka dots, appearing in dresses and shirts, hats (resulting from a collaboration with the genius milliner Francesco Ballestrazzi) and are combined to hand-shaped collars and dresses depicting the shapes of female faces. A colored and fun portrait of femininity where it shines a refined research in terms of design, high-end materials and irony becomes weight subtraction, a lecture arising from Italo Calvino which moves from literature realm and finds a new context in fashion.

IL DIORAMA DEL GLAMOUR DI VIVETTA

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Glamourama”, la collezione primavera/estate 2015 di Vivetta, brand creato dalla brillante fashion designer Vivetta Ponti, è stato presentato durante la settimana della moda milanese presso le suggestive stanze del Fioraio Bianchi, rinomato ristorante di Milano. Un diorama del nuovo glamour contemporaneo, felice reinterpretazione delle visioni impresse nelle “Storie Naturali”, libro di Jules Renard, illustrato da Luigi Serafini, delle tavole di botanica dei primi ‘900, dell’ arte di Pablo Picasso e delle tappezzerie degli anni ‘60. Creazioni che rivisitano la silhouette degli anni ‘50, ‘60 e ’70 all’ insegna di fluidità e sartorialità. Le linee sono morbide e accostate, corte, lunghe e oversize. Un’ alchimia racchiusa nei tessuti, fatta di dettagli preziosi e stampe colorate. Abiti, trench, camicie e bomber, arricchiti da incantevoli ricami, parlano di fine artigianalità. La tradizione si unisce alla sperimentazione di cui è protagonista il canvas, mixato alla maglina, il broccato, la pelle, il popeline, la morbidezza del jersey, della maglieria di cotone, viscosa e la raffinata, stropicciata evanescenza dell’ organza “nuvola”. Un’ atmosfera ludica, enfatizzata dalla palette di colori – che include rosso, azzurro, rossa, arancio, verde, celeste, bianco, nero, argento – e le stampe con i pois che appaiono negli abiti e nelle camicie, nei cappelli (risultato di una collaborazione con il geniale designer di cappelli Francesco Ballestrazzi) e sono abbinati a colletti a forma di mani ed abiti che ritraggono le sagome di volti femminili. Un divertente e colorato ritratto della femminilità in cui splende una raffinata ricerca in termino di design e l’ ironia diventa sottrazione di peso, una lezione di Italo Calvino che si sposta dall’ ambito della letteratura e trova un nuovo contesto nella moda.

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Vivetta Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 Elisa Nalin, photo by N

Elisa Nalin, photo by N

Margherita Ranocchia, Vivetta's mother, photo by N

Margherita Ranocchia, Vivetta’s mother, photo by N

Francesco Ballestrazzi, photo by N

Francesco Ballestrazzi, photo by N

Vivetta, photo by N

Vivetta, photo by N

http://www.vivetta.it