Gentucca Bini, Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

Gentucca Bini, Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

It has recently held in Milan, at the Trattoria da Lina, the presentation of “The charm of the uniform”, Fall/Winter collection 2015-2016 by the brilliant fashion designer and multidisciplinary artist Gentucca Bini, new chapter of a smashing sartorial experience, which successfully develops an awesome capsule collection and celebrates the jumpsuit. Sophisticated volumes, a wise combination of high-end materials – wool and technical cloths – shines in the unisex creations joining comfort to a solemn and minimal elegance. The details, evidencing the excellence of made in Italy, are the means to make it morphing as it happens in the “bat-jumpsuit”, the garment Antonio Mondino wore, who interpreted just for me to a hilarious performance, which mimed the wing extension of bat (little, tiny animal I like very much as well as the superhero Batman, further reference it reminds me). A joyful interlude emphasized by an unusual and vibrant set, which evoked Neorealist suggestions, that warm-hearted, unique atmosphere which is a leitmotiv of everything Gentucca makes.

“THE CHARME OF THE UNIFORM” DI GENTUCCA BINI COLPISCE ANCORA!

The artist Pino Pipoli in a Mandrakesque pose along with friends wearing Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

The artist Pino Pipoli in a Mandrakesque pose along with friends wearing Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

Si è recentemente tenuta a Milano, presso la Trattoria da Lina, la presentazione di “The charm of the uniform”, autunno/inverno 2015-2016 della brillante fashion designer e artista multidisciplinare Gentucca Bini, nuovo capitolo di una formidabile esperienza sartoriale che consolida felicemente una fantastica collezione capsule e celebra la tuta. Raffinati volumi, una sapiente combinazione di materiali di alta qualità – lana e tessuti tecnici – splende in creazioni unisex che uniscono il comfort a un’ eleganza solenne e minimale. I dettagli, che testimoniano l’ eccellenza del made in Italy, sono i mezzi per trasformare i capi, come avviene nella “bat-jumpsuit”, il capo indossato da Antonio Mondino, che si è prestato a interpretare soltanto per me una ilare performance che mimava l’ estensione alare del pipistrello (piccolo e tenero animale che apprezzo molto come anche il supereroe Batman, ulteriore riferimento che mi richiama alla mente). Un gioioso interludio enfatizzato da un insolito e vibrante scenario che evocava suggestioni neorealiste, quella calorosa atmosfera unica che è un leitmotiv di tutto ciò che Gentucca fa.

Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

 

The artist Pino Pipoli along with a friend wearing Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

The artist Pino Pipoli along with a friend wearing Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016, photo by N

 

The performance paying homage to the bat's wing extension by Antonio Mondino wearing the "bat jumpsuit" from the Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection, photo by N

The performance paying homage to the bat’s wing extension by Antonio Mondino wearing the “bat jumpsuit” from the Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection, photo by N

 

Antonio Mondino wearing the "bat jumpsuit" from the Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection, photo by N

Antonio Mondino wearing the “bat jumpsuit” from the Gentucca Bini Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection, photo by N

 

The artist Filippo Timi, Antonio Mondino and Gentucca Bini, photo by N

The artist Filippo Timi, Antonio Mondino and Gentucca Bini, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with the artist Pino Pipoli, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with the artist Pino Pipoli, photo by N

 

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