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Jerry Hall, photo by Gian Paolo Barbieri, courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

Jerry Hall, photo by Gian Paolo Barbieri, courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

It has recently opened in Brescia at the Ma.Co. F., the Centre of Italian Photography, the exhibition “Di Moda. Fotografie dal 1950 al 2000”, organized in collaboration with the Brescia Urban Center, featuring the works of renowned fashion photographers as Gian Paolo Barbieri, Giuseppe Palmas, Alfa Castaldi, Oreste Alabiso, Gian Butturini, Beppe Vigasio, Federico Garolla, Giovanni Gastel, Ugo Mulas, Carlo Orsi, Gianni Turillazzi and Maria Vittoria Backhaus, giving rise to a smashing dialogue and telling about fashion, its revolutions inside out the catwalk. They are many stories, enriched by another story, focused on ideas on the move, signs impressed in the Penelope’s archive, the renowned cathedral of conceptual fashion created by the one and only Roberta Valentini. Here it is on show, through 15th January 2017 a selection which is part of the awesome and precious Penelope’s archive. A not to be missed happening to discover and enjoy fashion and its culture, a vibrant, intense and universal tale.

MODA, FOTOGRAFIA EL’ ARCHIVIO DI PENELOPE: LA MOSTRA “DI MODA. FOTOGRAFIE DAL 1950 AL 2000” AL BRESCIA MA.CO.F. DI BRESCIA

photo by Gian Paolo Barbieri, courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

photo by Gian Paolo Barbieri, courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

È stata recentemente inaugurata a Brescia presso il Ma.Co. F., il Centro di Fotografia Italiana, la mostra “Di Moda. Fotografie dal 1950 al 2000”, organizzata in collaborazione con l’ Urban Center di Brescia, di cui sono protagoniste le opere di rinomati fotografi di moda quali Gian Paolo Barbieri, Giuseppe Palmas, Alfa Castaldi, Oreste Alabiso, Gian Butturini, Beppe Vigasio, Federico Garolla, Giovanni Gastel, Ugo Mulas, Carlo Orsi, Gianni Turillazzi e Maria Vittoria Backhaus, che danno vita a un formidabile dialogo e raccontano la moda, le sue rivoluzioni dentro e fuori dalla passerella. Tante storie, arricchite da un’ altra storia, incentrata su idee in movimento, segni impressi nell’ archivio di Penelope, la rinomata cattedrale bresciana di moda concettuale creata dalla sola e unica Roberta Valentini. Ivi é in mostra, fino al 15 gennaio 2017, una selezione che fa parte del fantastico e prezioso archivio di Penelope. Un evento imperdibile per scoprire e apprezzare la moda e la sua cultura, un racconto vibrante, intenso e universale.

Penelope's archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope’s archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

 

Penelope's archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope’s archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

 

 

Comme Des Garçons, from Penelope's archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

Comme Des Garçons, from Penelope’s archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

 

Vivienne Westwood, from Penelope's archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Bocingher

Vivienne Westwood, from Penelope’s archive, photo courtesy of Alessandro Bocingher

 

The one and only Roberta Valentini along with Marcelo Burlon, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

The one and only Roberta Valentini along with Marcelo Burlon, photo courtesy of Alessandro Boccingher

 

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Lightness, elegance turns into a unique timeless style made of different signs. Uniqueness, craftsmanship, poetry, traditions and contemporary times gives rise to a dialogue under the sign of art of making. These were the main features of a suggestive display for paying homage to the renowned fashion photographer Pasquale De Antonis which featured in Road to Style the event by Altaroma to celebrate the most cutting-edge fashion districts and shopping areas being in the Rome. Via del Pellegrino and via dei Cappellari, placed close to Campo dei Fiori square, hosted this nice event I enjoyed very much. It was a joyful walk I started visiting Choup de Thèâtre, awesome vintage boutique by Mariaelena Massetti Zannini and Sara Vaccari hosting also the creations, unique pieces by smashing fashion designers – as Germana Panunzi about I will talk during the forthcoming days -, a vibrant place to discover where to go and come back talking about visions and elegance as attitude and life-style. Walking I run into the boutique Retropose, the renowned boutique Arsenale by Patrizia Pieroni, making sartorial, minimal creations and Dana, catchy concept store where visual arts and design meets fashion as the wonderful creations by Sylvio Giardina being here available evidence. I also enjoyed to see again after a long time Elisabetta La Monica and discover SoloDue, the brand of womenswear and shoes she created, featuring genuine passé-partout embodying her sign, a timeless elegance successfully joining comfort, incisiveness, sobriety and refinement.

ALTAROMA: ROAD TO STYLE, L’ OMAGGIO A PASQUALE DE ANTONIS

Leggerezza, l’ eleganza si trasforma in uno stile unico, senza tempo, fatto di svariati segni. Unicità artigianalità, poesia, tradizione e contemporaneità danno vita a un dialogo all’ insegna dell’ arte del fare. Questi i principali protagonisti di una suggestiva rassegna che ha reso omaggio al rinomato fotografo di moda Pasquale De Antonis che si è tenuta in occasione di Road to Style, l’ evento di Altaroma che celebra i fashion districts e le zone dello shopping di Roma. Via del Pellegrino e via dei Cappellari, che si trovano nei dintorni di Piazza Campo dei Fiori, hanno ospitato questo simpatico evento da me molto apprezzato. Una gioiosa passeggiata da me cominciata visitando Choup de Thèâtre, fantastica boutique vintage di Mariaelena Massetti Zannini e Sara Vaccari che ospita anche le creazioni, pezzi unici di formidabili fashion designer – come Germana Panunzi di cui parlerò nei giorni a venire – un posto vibrante da scoprire, in cui andare e ritornare che parla di visioni e di eleganza come attitudine e stile di vita. Passeggiando mi sono imbattuta nella boutique Retropose, nella rinomata boutique Arsenale di Patrizia Pieroni, che realizza minimali creazioni sartoriali e Dana, accattivante concept store in cui le arti visive e il design incontrano la moda come testimoniano le meravigliose creazioni di Sylvio Giardina che sono ivi disponibili. Mi ha rallegrato rivedere dopo tanto tempo Elisabetta La Monica e scoprire SoloDue, il marchio di abbigliamento donna e calzature da lei creato, di cui sono protagonisti autentici passé-partout che racchiudono il suo segno, un’ eleganza senza tempo che unisce felicemente comfort, incisività, sobrietà e raffinatezza.

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Still image by Rick Castro

Still image by Rick Castro

It has recently released the film Antebellum Gallery 2016, made by the art dealer and photographer Rick Castro to celebrate the renowned art gallery, fiercely independent, placed in Hollywood, he created eleven years ago which is a genuine cathedral, of art, fetish and queer and culture, a place to visit and enjoy.

ARTE, CULTURA FETISH & QUEER, LA ANTEBELLUM GALLERY SU PELLICOLA DI RICK CASTRO

 

É stata recentemente pubblicata la pellicola Antebellum Gallery 2016, realizzata dal gallerista e fotografo Rick Castro per celebrare la rinomata galleria d’ arte, orgogliosamente indipendente, ubicata a Hollywood, da lui creata undici anni fa che è un’ autentica cattedrale di arte, cultura  fetish e queer, un luogo da visitare e apprezzare.

Rick Castro on film, still image by Rick Castro

Rick Castro on film, still image by Rick Castro

 

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Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

It opened the 2016 edition of furniture tradeshow event Salone del Mobile in Milan and a duo formed by photographers and video-makers Jasmin Schröeder and Emanuele Marzi – brilliant professionals who are work and life companions – made a special reportage for FBF of the many events that will be held during these days. The first day started with an event featuring Ikea, a showcase of furniture successfully joining comfort and minimalism, little, big ideas to define and nicely enrich the spaces.

 

IL SALONE DEL MOBILE DI MILANO: LA SIMPATICA RASSEGNA DI IKEA VISTA DA JASMIN SCHRÖEDER & EMANUELE MARZI

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Si è aperta l’ edizione 2016 dell’ evento fieristico di arredamento Salone del Mobile a Milano e uno speciale duo, formato dai fotografi e videomaker Jasmin Schröeder e Emanuele Marzi – brillanti professionisti che sono compagni di lavoro e di vita – ha realizzato uno speciale reportage per FBF dei plurimi eventi che si terranno in questi giorni. Il primo giorno è cominciato con un evento di Ikea, una rassegna di arredi che uniscono felicemente comfort e minimalismo, piccole, grandi idee per definire e arricchire simpaticamente gli spazi.

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

 

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

 

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

 

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

 

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Ikea, photo by Emanuele Marzi

 

Jasmin Schröeder, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Jasmin Schröeder, photo by Emanuele Marzi

 

 

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Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Ellen von Unwerth

Colors, playful, tropical atmospheres, a joyful aesthetics made of lace, transparencies and catchy prints and patterns as the polka dots evoking exoticism, retro suggestions reminding  the iconic diva Carmen Miranda and artist Frida Khalo. All that features in the Spring/Summer 2016 collection of luxury  lingerie by the legendary Chantal Thomass, seen by the celebrated fashion photographer Ellen von Unwerth, of whose sign is renowned to join successfully sensuality, elegance,  irreverence and irony, that are leitmotivs, impressed in the marvelous creations by the French fashion designer.

CHANTAL THOMASS: COLORI & LUDICHE ATMOSFERE VISTE DA ELLEN VON UNWERTH

Colori, ludiche atmosphere tropicali, una gioiosa estetica costruita con pizzo trasparenze, accattivanti stampe e simpatici motivi quali i pois che evocano esotismo, suggestioni retrò che fanno pensare all’ iconica diva Carmen Miranda ed all’ artista Frida Khalo. Tutto ciò è protagonista della collezione primavera/estate 2016 della collezione di lingerie della leggendaria Chantal Thomass, vista dalla celebre fotografa di moda Ellen von Unwerth, il cui segno unisce felicemente la sensualità, l’ eleganza, l’ irriverenza e l’ ironia, motivi ricorrenti, impressi nelle meravigliose creazioni della fashion designer francese.

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Ellen von Unwerth

 

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Ellen von Unwerth

 

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Ellen von Unwerth

 

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016

Chantal Thomass lingerie Spring/Summer 2016, photo by Ellen von Unwerth

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Naco Paris and Candy Hagedorn, photo by Oliviero Toscani, courtesy of Naco Paris

Naco Paris and Candy Hagedorn, photo by Oliviero Toscani, courtesy of Naco Paris

Eclecticism, a vibrant and subversive way of thinking under the sign of art, embodied in “Art is resistance”, categorical imperative turned also in label of unisex clothing, successfully joining fashion and art, making concrete a way of making fashion under the sign of consciousness, healthy visions and positive criticism to make more and better. That is the sign of Naco Paris, brilliant fashion designer, performance artist and awesome model in drag – reminding me the hilarious and vibrant art and beauty of Divine, the iconic muse of John Waters who starred in many films he made as “Hairspray”, “Mondo trasho” and many others, masterpieces of camp culture – who recently featured in “Vous Marie“, the new project by the celebrated photographer Oliviero Toscani with the Paris art gallery La Hune and also in a commercial as testimonial of taxi company Uber.

ARTE & VISIONI SOTTO IL SEGNO DI NACO PARIS

Naco Paris and Oliviero Toscani, photo by Pierrick Bequet Recadr, courtesy of Naco Paris

Naco Paris and Oliviero Toscani, photo by Pierrick Bequet Recadr, courtesy of Naco Paris

Eclettismo, un vibrante e sovversivo modo di pensare all’ insegna dell’ arte, racchiuso in “Art is resistance”, imperativo categorico trasformato anche in una etichetta di abbigliamento unisex, che unisce felicemente moda e arte, concretizza un modo di fare moda all’ insegna di consapevolezza, salubri visioni e una critica costruttiva per fare di più e meglio. Questo è il segno di Naco Paris, brillante fashion designer, performance artist e fantastico modello in drag – che mi richiama alla mente l’ ilare e vibrante arte e bellezza di Divine, l’ iconica musa di John Waters, protagonista di varie sue pellicole quali “Hairspray”, “Mondo trasho” e molte altre, capolavori della cultura camp – che recentemente è stato il protagonista di “Vous Marie“, il nuovo progetto del celebre fotografo Oliviero Toscani con la galleria d’ arte di Parigi La Hune ed anche nelle vesti di testimonial della campagna pubblicitaria della compagnia di taxi Uber.

Backstage photo featuring Naco Paris and Oliviero Toscani, photo by Pierrick Bequet Recadr, courtesy of Naco Paris

Backstage photo featuring Naco Paris and Oliviero Toscani, photo by Pierrick Bequet Recadr, courtesy of Naco Paris

Backstage photo featuring Naco Paris and Candy Hagedorn, photo by Pierrick Bequet Recadr, courtesy of Naco Paris

Backstage photo featuring Naco Paris and Candy Hagedorn, photo by Pierrick Bequet Recadr, courtesy of Naco Paris

 

La Hune art gallery, photo by Nadia Legendre, courtesy of Naco Paris

La Hune art gallery, photo by Nadia Legendre, courtesy of Naco Paris

 

La Hune art gallery, photo by Nadia Legendre, courtesy of Naco Paris

La Hune art gallery, photo by Nadia Legendre, courtesy of Naco Paris

 

Naco Paris, photo by RJ Shaugnessy

Naco Paris, photo by RJ Shaugnessy, courtesy of Naco Paris

 

The commercial ft. Naco Paris in the Paris Gare de Lyon railway station, photo by France de Griessen, courtesy of Naco Paris

The commercial ft. Naco Paris in the Paris Gare de Lyon railway station, photo by France de Griessen, courtesy of Naco Paris

 

The commercial ft. Naco Paris in the Paris Gare Paris railway station, photo by Anne Jaecki, courtesy of Naco Paris

The commercial ft. Naco Paris in the Paris Gare Paris railway station, photo by Anne Jaecki, courtesy of Naco Paris

 

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photo courtesy of Ari Seth Cohen

It will be released on 26th April 2016 “Advanced Style”: older and wiser” (powerHouse Books, Euros 39,00) by Ari Seth Cohen, the celebrated writer, photographer, blogger who created “Advanced Style”, a blog focused on style, the timeless elegance, a genuine lifestyle . That is what the book talks about – the second book he made, after “Advanced Style” (powerHouse Books, Euros 28,70), released in 2012 which sold over 100,000 copies worldwide -, a search on style, documented by awesome pictures – featuring also the one and only Roberta Valentini, iconic individual, leading-opinion buyer, founder of Penelope, the Brescia cathedral of conceptual fashion –  taken around the world, in Los Angeles, London, Cape Town, Rome, Florence, Tokyo, San Diego, Palm Springs, Melbourne, Sidney, New York, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Stockholm and Geneva – and words. A smashing showcase which includes the foreword by the bon vivant Simon Doonan and 22 short essays written by the subjects of the book, distilling the wisdom, secrets of their lifestyle and evoking the categorical imperative of Lynn Dell Cohen, Ari’s grandmother, indomitable spirit who inspired him: “dress for the theater everyday of your life”. It’s a not to be missed book for all the ones who are devoted to style, successfully evidencing an unusual and unconventional beauty, the timeless one, as well as the spending of time, which is a positive fact, considered as a further step in the development of beauty and style.

“ADVANCED STYLE: OLDER AND WISER”, IL NUOVO LIBRO DI ARI SETH COHEN

Roberta Valentini, photo by Ari Seth Cohen

Roberta Valentini, photo by Ari Seth Cohen

Sarà pubblicato il 26 aprile 2016 “Advanced Style”: older and wiser” (powerHouse Books, 39,00 Euro) di Ari Seth Cohen, il celebre scrittore, fotografo, blogger che ha creato “Advanced Style”, un blog incentrato sullo stile, l’ eleganza senza tempo, un autentico stile di vita. Questo è ciò che racconta il libro – il suo secondo libro, dopo “Advanced Style” (powerHouse Books, 28,70 Euro), pubblicato nel 2012 che ha venduto più di 100,000 copie in tutto il mondo – una ricerca in materia di stile, documentato da fantastiche immagini – in cui appare anche la sola e unica Roberta Valentini, iconica individualità, leading-opinion buyer, fondatrice di Penelope, la cattedrale di moda concettuale di Brescia – scattate in giro per il mondo, a Los Angeles, Londra, Città del Capo, Roma, Firenze, Tokyo, San Diego, Palm Springs, Melbourne, Sidney, New York, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Stoccolma e Ginevra – e parole. Una formidabile rassegna che include l’ introduzione del bon vivant Simon Doonan e 22 brevi saggi scritti dai protagonisti del libro che distilla la  saggezza, i segreti del loro lifestyle ed evoca l’ imperativo categorico di Lynn Dell Cohen, la nonna di Ari, spirito indomito che lo ha ispirato: “vestiti per il quotidiano teatro della tua vita”. Un libro imperdibile per tutti coloro che sono devoti allo stile, che felicemente dimostra un’ insolita bellezza non convenzionale, quella senza tempo, come anche il passare del tempo, un fatto positivo, considerato un passo ulteriore nel consolidamento della bellezza e dello stile.

photo by Ari Seth Cohen ft. in "Advanced Style: older and wiser", courtesy of Ari Seth Cohen

photo by Ari Seth Cohen ft. in “Advanced Style: older and wiser”, courtesy of Ari Seth Cohen

 

photo by Ari Seth Cohen ft. in "Advanced Style: older and wiser", courtesy of Ari Seth Cohen

photo by Ari Seth Cohen ft. in “Advanced Style: older and wiser”, courtesy of Ari Seth Cohen

 

Me, myself & I along with Ari Seth Cohen, photo by Raffaella Scordino

Me, myself & I along with Ari Seth Cohen, photo by Raffaella Scordino

 

 

http://advancedstyle.blogspot.it 

Leigh Bowery, photo by Ole Christiansen

Leigh Bowery, photo by Ole Christiansen

26th March would have been the birthday of Leigh Bowery (who passed away in 1994), genius and legendary Australian performer artist, club promoter, actor, pop star, model, and fashion designer (also for the Michael Clark Dance Company), based in London and was part of London Blitz Kids, New York City Michael Alig’s Club Kids and founder along with Boy George in 1985 of Taboo Club during the times of new-romantic movement. Today I remember him who is considered one of the more influential figures in the 1980s and 1990s London and New York City art and fashion circles, influencing a generation of artists and designers. His influence reached through the fashion, club and art worlds to impact, amongst others, Meadham Kirchhoff, Alexander McQueen, Lucian Freud, Vivienne Westwood, Boy George, Antony and the Johnsons, John Galliano, Gareth Pugh, Rick Owens, the Scissor Sisters, David LaChapelle, Lady Bunny along with many bands and nightclubs in London and New York City which arguably perpetuated his avant-garde ideas featuring the grotesque as non-conventional standard of beauty. Many are the books, documentary films, exhibitions and the permanent collections at Museums that celebrate his sign, that visionary attitude going beyond time and energy I love and pay homage always and forever.

LEIGH BOWERY: SEMPRE & PER SEMPRE

Leigh Bowery, photo by Nick Knight

Leigh Bowery, photo by Nick Knight

Il 26 marzo sarebbe stato il compleanno di Leigh Bowery (venuto a mancare nel 1994), geniale e leggendario performer artist australiano, club promoter, attore, pop star, modello e fashion designer(anche per la Michael Clark Dance Company) che ha vissuto a Londra ed ha fatto parte dei Blitz Kids di Londra, dei Club Kids di Michael Alig a New York ed ha fondato con Boy George nel 1985 il famoso locale Taboo ai tempi del movimento new-romantic. Oggi ricordo lui che è considerato una delle figure più emblematiche, avendo influenzato una generazione di artisti e designer. La sua influenza é giunta attraverso il mondo della moda, dei locali notturni e dell’ arte  per avere impatto, tra gli altri, su Meadham Kirchhoff, Alexander McQueen, Lucian Freud, Vivienne Westwood, Boy George, Antony and the Johnsons, John Galliano, Gareth Pugh, Rick Owens, the Scissor Sisters, David LaChapelle, Lady Bunny unitamente a svariati gruppi e locali notturni a Londra e New York City che presumibilmente hanno perpetrato le sue avveniristiche idee di cui è protagonista il grottesco quale, anticonvenzionale e sovversivo standard di bellezza. Molteplici sono i libri, i documentari, le mostre e le collezioni permanenti nei musei che celebrano il suo segno, quell’ estro visionario oltre il tempo ed energia che amo e a cui rendo omaggio sempre e per sempre.

Leigh Bowery and Lucien Freud working on his portrait

Leigh Bowery and Lucien Freud working on his portrait

 

Leigh Bowery by Lucien Freud, 1991, Tate Modern

Leigh Bowery by Lucien Freud, 1991, Tate Modern

 

Leigh Bowery/Alexander McQueen

Leigh Bowery/Alexander McQueen

 

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

 

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

 

Leigh Bowery/ Alexander McQueen

Leigh Bowery/ Alexander McQueen

 

 

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

 

Leigh Bowery/John Galliano

Leigh Bowery/John Galliano

 

Leigh Bowery/John Galliano

Leigh Bowery/John Galliano

 

John Galliano

John Galliano

 

Leigh Bowery/Jean Paul Gaultier

Leigh Bowery/Jean Paul Gaultier

 

Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier

 

Leigh Bowery/Gareth Pugh

Leigh Bowery/Gareth Pugh

 

Gareth Pugh

Gareth Pugh

 

Gareth Pugh

Gareth Pugh

 

Leigh Bowery/Margiela

Leigh Bowery/Margiela

 

Maison Margiela Fall/Winter 2013

Maison Margiela Fall/Winter 2013

 

Martin Margiela

Martin Margiela

 

Margiela

Margiela

 

Leigh Bowery/Michael Clark

Leigh Bowery/Michael Clark

 

 

photo by Sølve Sundsbø

photo by Sølve Sundsbø

 

Boy George

Boy George

 

Boy George and Leigh Bowery at the Taboo

Boy George and Leigh Bowery at the Taboo

 

Beth Ditto

Beth Ditto

 

Leigh Bowery & Nicola Bateman/ Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2016

Leigh Bowery & Nicola Bateman/ Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2016

 

Costume for a female performer designed by Leigh Bowery and made by Mr Pearl for 1987 dance performance, "Because We Must" by Michael Clark Dance Company (Victoria & Albert Museum Collections)

Costume for a female performer designed by Leigh Bowery and made by Mr Pearl for 1987 dance performance, “Because We Must” by Michael Clark Dance Company (Victoria & Albert Museum Collections)

 

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Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

The brilliant fashion designer Naco Paris and the creations he made features along with the model Sophia Linnenwedel in a smashing editorial by Laura Marie Cieplik on high fashion, appearing in the L’ Officiel Spain March 2016 issue.

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

The awesome creative of whose work is focused on counter-culture as only way to find a balance, has made of punk suggestions and a dada attitude emphasized by slogans as “no rules: only Creation!”, as well as “No God, No master!“. That is the name of Spring/Summer 2016 collection by Naco Paris, combining the two lines, Naco Paris and Art is Resistance”, his famous slogan which turned into an unisex line under the sign of ethical fabrication process, recycled elements, eco-friendly materials and artists collaborations, enriched by accessories as the shoes made by teaming with Nature shoes and a bag exclusively created to help the refugees situation in Europe(of whose 25% of proceeds resulting from the sale of this bag will be given to the association “Calais Migrant Solidarity” to help refugees life conditions).

LA CONTROCULTURA CHE CAMMINA: NACO PARIS PROTAGONISTA DELL’ EDIZIONE DI MARZO 2016 DELL’ OFFICIEL SPAIN

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Il brillante fashion designer Naco Paris e le sue creazioni sono protagonisti insieme alla modella Sophia Linnenwedel di un formidabile editoriale di Laura Marie Cieplik sull’ alta moda che appare nell’ edizione di marzo 2016 di L’ Officiel Spain.

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Il fantastico creativo la cui opera è incentrata sulla controcultura quale unico modo per trovare un equilibrio, è fatta di suggestioni punk e un’ attitudine dada enfatizzata da slogan quali “no rules: only Creation!”, come anche “No God, No master!“. Questo è il nome della collezione primavera/estate 2016 di Naco Paris, che unisce le due linee, Naco Paris ed Art is Resistance”, il suo famoso slogan trasformato in una linea unisex all’ insegna di un processo produttivo ethical, elementi di riciclo, materiali eco-friendly e collaborazioni artistiche che si arricchiscono di accessori come le calzature, realizzate in collaborazione con Nature shoes e una borsa creata esclusivamente per aiutare la situazione dei rifugiati in Europa ( il cui 25% dei profitti derivanti dalla vendita di questa borsa sarà donato all’ associazione “Calais Migrant Solidarity” per aiutare le condizioni di vita dei rifugiati).

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

 

Naco Paris, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

 

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

 

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

 

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

Naco Paris and Sophia Linnenwedel, photo by Laura Marie Cieplik

 

 

 

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Ivonne Sciò, photo by Allucinazione

Ivonne Sciò, photo by Allucinazione

A tale paying homage to one relevant persona of fashion photography, Roxanne Lowit, who depicted culture, subcultures for three decades, giving rise to a new way to work as photographer, giving rise to a kind of reportage which turns into an artwork. That and much more as the tales by Giambattista Valli, David LaChapelle, Giorgio Armani, Jeremy Scott, Julian Schnabel, Pat Cleveland, Amanda Lepore and Heidi Klum is embodied into “Roxanne Lowit Magic Moment”, the documentary film, bright work which marks the debut of the actress Yvonne Sciò as director and producer and was recently screened during the latest edition of Altaroma, a smashing event under the sign of fashion culture.

ALTAROMA: LA PROIEZIONE DI “ROXANNE LOWIT MAGIC MOMENTS” DI YVONNE SCIÓ

Un racconto che rende omaggio a un emblematico personaggio della fotografia di moda, Roxanne Lowit, che ha immortalato la cultura e le subculture per tre decadi, dando vita a un nuovo modo di fare fotografia che si trasforma in un’ opera d’ arte. Questo e molto di più come le testimonianze di Giambattista Valli, David LaChapelle, Giorgio Armani, Jeremy Scott, Julian Schnabel, Pat Cleveland, Amanda Lepore ed Heidi Klum e racchiuso in “Roxanne Lowit Magic Moment”, la pellicola documentaristica, brillante lavoro che segna il debutto dell’ attrice Yvonne Sciò nelle vesti di regista e produttrice ed è stato recentemente proiettato in occasione dell’ ultima edizione di Altaroma, un formidabile evento all’ insegna della cultura della moda.

Ivonne Sciò, photo by Allucinazione

Ivonne Sciò, photo by Allucinazione

 

www.altaroma.it