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Me, myself & I along with Adriano Franchi (Altaroma CEO), photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Adriano Franchi (Altaroma CEO), photo by N

Craftsmanship and fashion, an open dialogue which is full of many ideas, signs, suggestions and visions talking about constructions, the art of beautiful and well made, these are the features of A.I. Studio, exhibition project ideated and curated by Clara Tosi Pamphili and Alessio De Navasques, event which was held in Rome at Via Guido Reni 7 during the Altaroma grand opening. Colors, shapes and visions, the ones made by creatives as Davide Grillo, Vien, Karoline Lang, Jezabelle Cormio, Ahirain, Frederick Hornof, Serie Numerica and many others. Lightness, a tale joining art, embodying the genesis of creative process which gives rise to the dress, the one which is impressed in the marvelous creations by Aurore Thibout. It’s a many-sided kaleidoscope of ideas tracing a new way of making fashion, an unusual and charming path of producing and talking about fashion, connected to the way successfully developed by Altaroma or rather under the sign of innovation, tradition and contemporary times.

ALTAROMA: A.I. STUDIO L’ARTE DEL FARE TRA MODA & ARTIGIANALITÀ

A.I. studio, photo by N

A.I. studio, photo by N

Artigianalità e moda, un dialogo aperto che è colmo di molteplici spunti, segni, suggestioni e visioni che parlano di costruzioni, dell’ arte del bello e ben fatto, questi i protagonisti di A.I. Studio, progetto espositivo ideato e curato da Clara Tosi Pamphili e Alessio De Navasques, protagonista, evento che si è tenuto presso a Roma in Via Guido Reni 7 in occasione della grand opening di Altaroma. Colori, forme e visioni quelle di creativi quali Davide Grillo, Vien, Karoline Lang, Jezabelle Cormio, Ahirain, Frederick Hornof, Serie Numerica e molti altri. Levità, un racconto che unisce l’ arte e racchiude in sé la genesi del processo creativo che dà vita all’ abito, quello impresso nelle splendide creazioni di Aurore Thibout. Un multiforme caleidoscopio di idee che tracciano una nuova via di fare moda, un sentiero insolito e affascinante di  produrre moda e raccontarla in linea con la strada intrapresa da Altaroma ovvero all’ insegna di innovazione, tradizione e contemporaneità.

A.I. Studio, photo by N

A.I. Studio, photo by N

A.I. Studio, photo by N

A.I. Studio, photo by N

A.I. Studio, photo by N

A.I. Studio, photo by N

Aurore Thibout ft, in A.I. Studio, photo by N

Aurore Thibout ft, in A.I. Studio, photo by N

Aurore Thibout ft. in A.I. Studio, photo by N

Aurore Thibout ft. in A.I. Studio, photo by N

Aurore Thibout ft. in A.I. Studio, photo by N

Aurore Thibout ft. in A.I. Studio, photo by N

Me. myself & I along with Adrien Akimov Roberts, photo by N

Me. myself & I along with Adrien Akimov Roberts, photo by N

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Angelo Marani, photo by N

Angelo Marani, photo by N

Days ago the fashion designer Angelo Marani passed away (he was seventy years old), renowned name  in the realm of ready-to-wear and knitwear – founder of company Marex producing the label which brings his name and brand .GIULIAMARANI, created by the bright daughter Giulia Marani – kind man who stays in the hearts of the ones like me were lucky enough to know and be close to him and his marvelous family. He was a joyful and generous individual, eager and untiring worker. Creativity, lightness, warm-hearted attitude and humility are some of features of  Angelo, ironic man, intellectually and morally honesty, who was always contemporary as it is evidenced by the Spring/Summer 2017 collection he made, presented during the Milan Fashion Week. That was the event where I saw Angelo who talked to me about the sporty-chic suggestions from Seventies, the Hollywood glamour that were embodied in it. Creativity and technology, a wide consciousness in terms of manufacture, sense of cloth are the alchemies impressed in the creations he made, productions and different combinations of materials, evidencing the excellence of made in Italy. That is the way I like reminding and as he deserves. Dear Angelo, I say you goodbye and I hug you with all of my love, respect and sympathy.

CIAO ANGELO

Angelo Marani Spring/Summer 2017, photo by N

Angelo Marani Spring/Summer 2017, photo by N

È venuto a mancare giorni fa il fashion designer Angelo Marani (all’ età di settanta anni), rinomato nome nell’ ambito del prêt a porter e della maglieria – fondatore dell’ azienda Marex che produce la sua etichetta e il brand .GIULIAMARANI, creato dalla brillante figlia Giulia Marani -, uomo di grande umanità che resta nei cuori di chi come me ha avuto il piacere e la fortuna di conoscer, esser vicino a lui ed alla sua splendida famiglia. Gioiosa e generosa individualità, lavoratore alacre e indefesso. Creatività, levità, calore e umiltà sono alcuni dei tratti di Angelo, uomo ironico, intellettualmente e moralmente onesto, sempre al passo con i tempi come si evince dalla sua collezione primavera/estate 2017, presentata in occasione della Milan Fashion Week. Questa, la circostanza in cui ho incontrato Angelo il quale mi ha parlato delle suggestioni sporty-chic, Seventies,  del glamour hollywoodiano che erano in essa racchiuse. Creatività e tecnologia, un’ ampia consapevolezza manifatturiera, senso del tessuto sono le alchimie impresse nelle sue creazioni, lavorazioni e svariate combinazioni di materiali che testimoniano l’ eccellenza del made in Italy. Questo è come mi piace ricordarlo e come merita. Con tutto il mio affetto,  stima e simpatia, caro Angelo ti saluto e ti abbraccio.

Angelo Marani Spring/Summer 2017, photo by N

Angelo Marani Spring/Summer 2017, photo by N

Angelo Marani Spring/Summer 2017, photo by N

Angelo Marani Spring/Summer 2017, photo by N

 

Me, myself and I along with Giulia Marani, photo by N

Me, myself and I along with Giulia Marani, photo by N

 

 

 

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