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Allegra Hicks, Leaves, photo courtesy of Galleria O Giustini/Stagetti

Allegra Hicks, Leaves, photo courtesy of Galleria O Giustini/Stagetti

It will be opened on 1st  December 2016 in Rome at the Giustini/Stagetti Galleria O the exhibition “Per filo e per segno” – running through 16th January 2017 – featuring the new rugs and embroideries made by the renowned British designer Allegra Hicks, celebrated name in the realm of textile and interior design. It’s a bright synergy between shapes and colour, focused on creating a new perception of domestic space. That is the research by Hicks, which is embodied in the new works she made that will be presented during this event. Here it will be on show four big wool rugs along with two wide panels that depicts Rome landscapes, reinterpreted by the artist, enriched by the furniture of Modern Italian Design from the collection of gallery, successful way marking the idea of creative: “the rugs must give you the sense of continuity, create an island for the furniture, anchor in the ground”. A not to be missed happening to enjoy the work of a vibrant, eclectic designer.

 

“PER FILO E PER SEGNO”, I NUOVI TAPPETI & PANNELLI DI ALLEGRA HICKS ALLA GALLERIA O GIUSTINI/STAGETTI DI ROMA

Allegra Hicks, Leaves, photo courtesy of Galleria O Giustini/Stagetti

Allegra Hicks, Roman fireworks, photo courtesy of Galleria O Giustini/Stagetti

 

Sarà inaugurata l’1 dicembre 2016 a Roma presso la Galleria O Giustini/Stagetti la mostra “Per filo e per segno” – che proseguirà fino al 16 gennaio 2017 – di cui saranno protagonisti i nuovi tappeti e pannelli realizzati dalla rinomata designer inglese, celebre nome nell’ ambito del textile ed interior design. Una brillante sinergia tra forme e colore, volta a creare una nuova percezione dello spazio. Questa, la ricerca della Hicks che è racchiusa nei suoi nuovi lavori che saranno presentati durante questo evento. Ivi saranno in mostra quattro grandi tappeti unitamente a due ampi pannelli che dipingono le vedute di Roma, reinterpretate dall’ artista, arricchite dagli arredi di Design Italiano Moderno provenienti dalla galleria, felice alchimia che rimarca l’ idea della creativa: il tappeto deve dare il senso di continuità, creare un’ isola per i mobili, ancorarli a terra”. Un evento imperdibile per scoprire e apprezzare l’ opera di una vibrante, eclettica designer.

 

Allegra Hicks, Roman fireworks along with the Modern Italian Furniture collection from the Gallery, photo courtesy of Galleria O Giustini/Stagetti

Allegra Hicks, Roman fireworks along with the Modern Italian Furniture collection from the Gallery, photo courtesy of Galleria O Giustini/Stagetti

 

 

http://giustinistagetti.com

www.allegrahicks.com

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Homecore

Homecore, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Homecore is the French menswear brand created in 1992 by Alexandre Guarneri, successfully joining a casual-chic, timeless elegance, sustainability and a healthy lifestyle. Fluid and comfortable lines, high-end materials, precious details enriching the garments are the alchemies embodied in the creations that talk about uniqueness and a easy, slow living, the feeling of being like at home, being in harmony with ourselves and the world which surrounds us. That is the idea, the core of the brand which developed an urban refinement, made of vibrant ideas on the move as a discipline to find our permanent center of gravity, the Gum-jo, an intuitive yoga practice (including many enthusiasts as the actor Vincent Cassel), created by Alexandre by using the Gumjo, a natural rubber support, arising from the study on skeleton in gravitation on the Earth. Gumjo is focused on the pureness of being here now (idea which evokes the Existentialist concept of “hic et nunc” and reminding me the work by Martin Heidegger and the rebel by Ernst Jünger) in order to let go yourself to the center, your own, the center of things or the center of others (considering the center as the physical center). It can be practiced anywhere, anytime with anyone as it has evidenced in an event which was recently held in the Paris flagship store of brand. This practice is a clear sign, impressed in the work of Alexandre as fashion designer, his study on body and posture which underlines the interior structure of the body and supports the posture, giving rise to a genuine lifestyle talking about harmony, sustainability as well catchy passé-partout that are available in the Homecore Paris flagship store, placed in the area of Marais and in renowned boutiques as London Dover Street Market.

HOMECORE L’ ELEGANZA CASUAL-CHIC COME STILE DI VITA

Alexandre Guarneri along with the Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Alexandre Guarneri along with the Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Homecore è il marchio francese di abbigliamento uomo creato nel 1992 da Alexandre Guarneri che unisce felicemente una eleganza casual-chic, senza tempo e un salubre stile di vita. Linee fluide e confortevoli, materiali di alta qualità, dettagli preziosi che arricchiscono i capi sono le alchimie racchiuse nelle creazioni, che parlano di unicità e un easy, slow living, della sensazione di sentirsi a casa ovunque, in armonia con noi stessi e il mondo che ci circonda. Questa, l’ idea, il cuore del brand che ha consolidato una raffinatezza urban, fatta di vibranti idee in movimento quali una disciplina per trovare il proprio centro di gravità permanente, il Gum-jo, una pratica di yoga intuitivo ( che annovera molteplici entusiasti quali l’ attore Vincent Cassel), creata da Alexandre che si avvale dell’ uso del Gumjo, un supporto di gomma naturale, la quale nasce dallo studio dello scheletro in gravitazione sulla terra. Gumjo è incentrata sull’ idea dell’ esser qui e ora ( che evoca il concetto esistenzialista dell’ “hich e nunc” e mi fa pensare all’ opera del filosofo Martin Heidegger e al ribelle di Ernst Jünger) al fine di lasciarci andare al centro, al nostro centro, al centro delle cose o al centro degli altri (considerando il centro in termini di centro fisico). Può essere praticata ovunque, in qualsiasi momento e con chiunque come dimostra un evento che si è recentemente tenuto nel flagship-store parigino del brand. Tale pratica è un segno tangibile, impresso anche nel lavoro di Alexandre nelle vesti di fashion designer, il suo studio del corpo e della postura che sottolinea la struttura interiore del corpo e supporta la postura, dando vita a un autentico stile di vita che parla di armonia, sostenibilità come anche di accattivanti passé-partout che sono disponibili presso il flagship store di Parigi di Homecore, ubicato nei dintorni del Marais e in rinomate boutiques come Dover Street Market di Londra.

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Homecore, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Homecore, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Alexandre Guarneri during a Gum-jo session, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Alexandre Guarneri during a Gum-jo session, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Homecore, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Homecore, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

Gum-jo, photo courtesy of Sidonie Siliart

 

http://homecore.com

 

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Sacredness, mysticism, embodied in the religious iconography meeting the profane, catchy rock suggestions start an overwhelming dialogue which is impressed in the precious silver alchemies by the bright Rome jewelry designer Marco de Luca. Incisiveness, fine craftmanship and lightness, a leitmotiv of his work featuring also in other creations he made that reinterpret animalier motifs as well as the rings from the early Nineties where silver substitutes the gem and its blaze, a successful game of constructions making concrete a brilliant manufacture and a timeless, sharp design – appreciate by personas from fashion, culture and art scene as the fashion designer, who is currently the creative director of Christian Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri and the eclectic, iconic and visionary journalist and critic Roberto D’ Agostino -, giving rise to genuine passé-partout to collect, overlap, to give oneself as a gift that are available in Rome at the boutique Toko in via del Corallo 33, a nice place to discover, appreciate and where to come back.

 

SACRO, ROCK & PROFANO, LE PREZIOSE ALCHIMIE DI MARCO DE LUCA GIOIELLI

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Sacralità, misticismo racchiuso nell’ iconografia di matrice religiosa che incontra il profano, accattivanti suggestioni rock avviano un avvincente dialogo che è impresso nelle preziose alchimie in argento del brillante designer di gioielli romano Marco de Luca. Incisività, fine artigianalità e levità, un leitmotiv della sua opera protagonista anche di altre creazioni da lui realizzate, le quali reinterpretano motivi animalier e gli anelli antichi di primo novecento in cui l’ argento ne sostituisce la pietra preziosa e il suo bagliore, un felice gioco di costruzioni che concretizza una brillante manifattura e un graffiante design senza tempo – tanto apprezzato da personaggi del mondo della moda, arte e cultura quali la fashion designer , attuale direttore creativo di Christian Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri e l’ eclettico, iconico, visionario giornalista e critico Roberto D’ Agostino -, dando vita ad autentici passé-partout da collezionare, sovrapporre, regalarsi e regalare che sono in vendita a Roma presso la boutique Toko in via del Corallo 33, un simpatico luogo da scoprire, apprezzare e in cui tornare.

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo by N

Me, myself & I at Toko boutique, photo by N

Me, myself & I at Toko boutique, photo by N

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

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Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

Maria Grazia Chiuri wearing a necklace by Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

Maria Grazia Chiuri wearing a necklace by Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

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Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

Roberto D' Agostino wearing rings by Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Roberto D' Agostino

Roberto D’ Agostino wearing rings by Marco de Luca Gioielli, photo courtesy of Roberto D’ Agostino

Marco de Luca, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

Marco de Luca, photo courtesy of Marco de Luca

http://marcodelucagioielli.com

Iosselliani Design/Circus collection, photo by N

Iosselliani Design/Circus collection, photo by N

I recently visited the Iosseliani flagship store, placed in Rome, in via del Leone 21, where it was showcased along with the awesome jewelry collection of the renowned brand established by Paolo Giacomelli and Roberta Paolucci, the new project Iosselliani Design /Circus collection, created by the designers and Veronica Nobile Mino, It’s a marvelous collection of spoons. The precious fetishes to have or give as a gift are produced in limited edition, have presented in Arezzo at the Nero Design Gallery and embody all those patterns which made famous the brand. Swarovski crystals, skulls, talk about incisiveness, luxury, contemporary times and rock, timeless suggestions, successfully make concrete the excellence of made in Italy and give rise to an unique aesthetics which finds a new context in the realm of home decor.

IOSSELLIANI: LUSSO, INCISIVITÀ, GIOIELLI & DESIGN

Iosselliani Design/Circus collection, photo by N

Iosselliani Design/Circus collection, photo by N

Ho recentemente visitato il flagship store di Iosseliani, situato a Roma, in via del Leone 21, in cui era esposto unitamente alla fantastica collezione di gioielli del rinomato brand fondato da Paolo Giacomelli e Roberta Paolucci, il nuovo progetto Iosselliani Design /Circus collection, creato dai designers e Veronica Nobile Mino, una meravigliosa collezione di cucchiaini. I preziosi feticci da avere o regalare sono prodotti in edizione limitata, sono stati presentati ad Arezzo presso la Nero Design Gallery e racchiudono in sé tutti quei motivi che hanno reso famoso il marchio. I cristalli Swarovski, i teschi parlano di incisività, lusso, contemporaneità e suggestioni rock senza tempo, concretizzando felicemente l’ eccellenza del made in Italy e dando vita a un’ estetica unica che trova un nuovo contesto nell’ ambito dell’ home decor.

Iosselliani, photo by N

Iosselliani, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I in Iosselliani, wearing Iosselliani, framed by Iosselliani, photo on photo by Sandra Nunzi & N

Me, myself & I in Iosselliani, wearing Iosselliani, framed by Iosselliani, photo on photo by Sandra Nunzi & N

 

 

www.iosselliani.com

 

"Kiss", performance by Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

It was recently held in Paris at the enchanting concept store Front de Mode, placed in the suggestive area of Marais, the presentation of “Underground seduction” the Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection by Naco Paris, which has enriched by “Kiss”, the performance made by the bright fashion designer as his alter ego Madame Paris. Fluid, sporty-chic lines, colors, bright shades of yellow along which black, white, green and blue, recycled cloths, rubber, catchy slogans as “have fun”, “kill the system”, “forever fake” are some of the patterns embodied in this smashing collection where it shines a punk attitude, made of irreverence, joy and activism. The same mood finds a new context in the art, a series of photographs, the self-portraits of Madame Paris that were exhibited in the concept store and the performance by Madame Paris( made by using the cruelty free lipstick by Nabla).

"Kiss", performance by Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance and photographs by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

T-shirts and bags, Art is resistance by Naco Paris, photo by N

T-shirts and bags, Art is resistance by Naco Paris, photo by N

 

Bags, Art is resistance by Naco Paris and Naco-Paris, photo by N

Bags, Art is resistance by Naco Paris and Naco-Paris, photo by N

 

"Kiss", performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

"Kiss", performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

"Kiss", performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

"Kiss", performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

"Kiss", performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

"Kiss", performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

Intimacy and universality, the language of a gesture turning into matter, the kiss, which becomes a clear track of love and a way of being, the queerness, in its many shades, metaphor successfully made concrete on paper. Different are the tracks of lipstick on paper, some are more intense, reminding a passionate kiss, instead other ones are more delicate, different kisses for every occasion, though every occasion is good to kiss oneself and love oneself, love the ones you love, bring, give and spread love. That is the core of performance: to act, do, dream, love joyfully, without any limit. The universality of love remarks another issue, the queerness and gender fluidity – I support -, love nullifying the gender(, considering sexuality, sex and its different architectures is not about gender, it is just about individual’ s intimacy, something I respect and celebrate through silence and discretion). It’s a vibrant tale, being the successful evidence of a poetical and political way of making art and fashion, a genuine underground seduction for all the ones who are rebel hearts.

UNDERGROUND SEDUCTION: MODA ARTE & PERFORMANCE SOTTO IL SEGNO DI NACO PARIS

"Kiss", performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

“Kiss”, performance by Naco Paris as Madame Paris at Front de Mode, photo by N

 

Si è recentemente tenuta a Parigi  nell’ incantevole concept store Front de Mode, ubicato nei suggestivi dintorni di Marais, la presentazione di “Underground seduction” la collezione unisex autunno/inverno 2016-2017 di Naco Paris, che è stata arricchita da “Kiss”, la performance realizzata dal brillante fashion designer nelle vesti del suo alter ego Madame Paris. Linee fluide, sporty-chic, colori, brillanti nuances di giallo unitamente a nero, bianco, verde e blu, tessuti di riciclo, vinile, accattivanti slogan quali “have fun”(“divertiti”), “kill the system”(“uccidi il sistema”), “forever fake”(“per sempre falso”) sono alcuni dei motivi impressi in questa formidabile collezione, in cui splende un’ attitudine punk, fatta di irriverenza, gioia e attivismo. Il medesimo mood trova un nuovo contesto nell’ arte, in una serie di fotografie, gli autoritratti di Madame Paris esposti nel concept store e la performance di Madame Paris( effettuata avvalendosi del rossetto cruelty free di Nabla).

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection along with a self-portrait photo of Naco Paris as Madame Paris, photo by N

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection along with a self-portrait photo of Naco Paris as Madame Paris, photo by N

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

 

 

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

Naco Paris Fall/Winter 2016-2017 unisex collection, photo by N

 

me, myself & I along with the brilliant, eclectic multi-disciplinary artist and beloved friend France de Griessen, photo by N

me, myself & I along with the brilliant, eclectic multi-disciplinary artist and beloved friend France de Griessen, photo by N

 

Intimità e universalità, il linguaggio di un gesto che si trasforma in materia, il bacio, che diventa tangibile traccia di un sentimento, l’ amore e di un modo di essere, dell’ esser queer, nelle sue svariate sfumature, metafora felicemente concretizzata su carta Diverse sono le tracce di rossetto sulla carta, alcune sono più intense e ricordano un bacio appassionato altre invece sono più delicati, baci diversi per ogni occasione, anche se ogni occasione è buona per baciarsi, amarsi amare chi si ama, prendere, dare e spargere amore. Questo è il cuore della performance: agire, fare, sognare, amare con gioia e senza alcun limite. L’ universalità dell’ amore rimarca un’ altra problematica, l’ esser queer e la fluidità del gender – che sostengo -, l’ amore che vanifica il gender ( considerando la sessualità, il sesso e le sue svariate architetture non una questione di gender, bensì inerente l’ intimità del singolo individuo che in quanto tale rispetto e celebro attraverso il silenzio e la discrezione). Un vibrante racconto che è la felice dimostrazione di un modo politico e poetico di fare arte e moda, un’ autentica seduzione underground per tutti coloro che sono cuori ribelli.

Me, myself & I along with Naco Paris, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

Me, myself & I along with Naco Paris as Madame Paris, photo courtesy of Naco Paris

 

Naco Paris as Madame Paris, photo by N

Naco Paris as Madame Paris, photo by N

 

 

www.naco-paris.com

http://frontdemode.com

 

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Refinement, glamour and elegance is what is embodied in “Jeau Déco”, the Spring/Summer collection 2017 by Christian Correnti, smashing designer who successfully reinterpreted the bow tie under the sign of art deco suggestions and unusual alchemies of materials, shapes and colors. Black, white, and red, along with fun colored prints are the main features along with silk and cotton which meets silver, brass, leather, resin and glass. Catchy patterns, jacquard prints and awesome, precious details talk about a bright craftsmanship. Lightness overlaps to incisiveness and delicacy, giving rise to poetry impressed in an accessory which is born to be a must have, a genuine passé-partout, available in the most exclusive stores.

RAFFINATEZZA, GLAMOUR ED ELEGANZA: LA COLLEZIONE “JÉAU DECO” DI CHRISTIAN CORRENTI

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Raffinatezza, glamour ed eleganza è ciò che è racchiuso in “Jeau Déco”, la collezione primavera/estate 2017 di Christian Correnti, formidabile designer che ha felicemente reinterpretato il papillon all’ insegna di suggestioni art déco e insolite alchimie di materiali, forme e colori. Nero, bianco e rosso unitamente a divertenti stampe colorate sono i principali protagonisti insieme a seta e cotone che incontrano l’ argento, l’ ottone, la pelle, la resina e il vetro. Motivi accattivanti, stampe jacquard e fantastici dettagli preziosi parlano di una brillante artigianalità. La leggerezza si sovrappone all’ incisività e alla delicatezza, dando vita alla poesia, impressa in un accessorio che è nato per essere un must have, un autentico passé-partout, disponibile nelle boutique più esclusive.

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

 

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

Christian Correnti, Spring/Summer 2017

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Christian Correnti, photo by N

 

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Atelier Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Atelier Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Lightness, poetry, irony, color, this is the magic alchemy embodied in the marvelous creations by the bright Rome fashion designer Livia Risi – daughter of filmmaker Claudio Risi and nephew of one the fathers of Italian Neorealism, Dino Risi, who has studied at the renowned Rome Fashion and Costume Academy – that successfully make concrete the paradigm of wearability. In fact the creations she made, showcased at her awesome atelier, which is placed in via dei Vascellari 37, in the sparkling area of Trastevere, fit with different silhouettes, talk about uniqueness, exclusivity and depict a new dandyism. It’s a genuine experience to visit the atelier of Livia (where I will come back soon). Here, little, big details, cloths, accessories and furniture tell about the creative and her work. Livia is an untiring and eager worker, despite her ironic nickname, “Ciumachella” standing in the Rome slang as “little snail” as well as “beautiful girl” in the Rome, given by a friend from Trastevere, which reminds the folk song “Ciumachella de’ Trastevere” featuring in the comedy “Rugantino” by Garinei and Giovannini – made famous by Lando Fiorini and Claudio Villa during the Sixties – and is also impressed in a series of t-shirts she created. It’s an unique aesthetics, which is under the sign of an incisive, refined and mellow femininity and a whispered elegance made of coherence, harmony of signs and visions, morphing dresses, shirt-dresses and other creations being genuine passe-partout and tracking the coordinates of a timeless style.

LIVIA RISI: LEVITÀ, POESIA E IRONIA, LE COORDINATE DI UNO STILE SENZA TEMPO

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Levità, poesia, ironia, colore, questa la magica alchimia racchiusa nelle meravigliose creazioni della brillante fashion designer romana Livia Risi – figlia del regista Marco Risi e nipote di uno dei padri del neorealismo cinematografico Dino Risi, la quale si è formata presso la rinomata Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma – che concretizzano felicemente il paradigma della vestibilità. Le sue creazioni, esposte nel suo fantastico atelier ubicato in via dei Vascellari 37, nella fervente area di Trastevere si adattano infatti a varie silhouette, parlano di unicità, esclusività e dipingono un nuovo dandyismo. Visitare l’atelier di Livia (in cui presto ritornerò) è un’ autentica esperienza. Ivi piccoli grandi dettagli, stoffe, accessori, disegni e arredi raccontano la creativa e del suo lavoro. Livia è una lavoratrice indefessa e alacre, contrariamente al suo ironico soprannome, “Ciumachella” ovvero “lumachina” come anche “bella fanciulla” in romanesco, dato a lei da un amico di Trastevere  che richiama alla mente la canzone popolare “Ciumachella de’ Trastevere”, tratta dalla commedia “Rugantino” di Garinei e Giovannini – resa famosa negli anni ’60 da Lando Fiorini e Claudio Villa – ed è anche impresso in una serie di t-shirt da lei create. Un’ estetica unica, all’ insegna di una femminilità incisiva, raffinata e suadente e di un’ eleganza sussurrata fatta di coerenza armonia di segni e visioni, abiti trasformabili, chemisier e altre creazioni che sono autentici passè-partout e tracciano le coordinate di uno stile senza tempo.

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Portrait photo of Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Portrait photo of Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi wearing a dress she made, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi wearing a dress she made, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

A sketch of the dress Livia Risi wears, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

A sketch of the dress Livia Risi wears, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

Livia Risi, photo courtesy of Livia Risi

 

 

 

L' Arabesque, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

L’ Arabesque, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Milan Liberty meets the Paris Art Noveau through a smashing selection made by Chichi Meroni, the founder of cult store L’ Arabesque, hosting during the Milan Salone del Mobile the works by the Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave. It’s an exbibition paying homage to the Art Nouveau and drawing inspiration from Palazzo Meroni, symbol of Milanese liberty, depicted on photos that were here on show. Paintings, vases and furniture, original items from Belle Epoque dialogue with the contemporary works by Isabelle, renowned artist who uses the paper for giving rise to awesome fashion and design creations.

IL SALONE DEL MOBILE DI MILANO: UN OMAGGIO AL LIBERTY DI ISABELLE DE BORCHGRAVE A L’ ARABESQUE VISTO DA JASMIN SCHROEDER

Isabelle de Borchgrave, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Isabelle de Borchgrave, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Il liberty di Milano incontra l’ art nouveau di Parigi attraverso una formidabile selezione di Chichi Meroni, la fondatrice del cult store L’ Arabesque, che ospita in occasione del Salone del Mobile di Milano le opere dell’ artista belga Isabelle de Borchgrave. Una mostra che rende omaggio all’ art nouveau e trae ispirazione da Palazzo Meroni, simbolo del liberty milanese, ritratto su foto che erano ivi esposte. Quadri, vasi e arredi, pezzi originali della Belle Epoque, dialogano con i lavori contemporanei di Isabelle, rinomata artista che usa la carta per dar vita a fantastiche creazioni di moda e design.

Isabelle de Borchgrave, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Isabelle de Borchgrave, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

 

Isabelle de Borchgrave, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Isabelle de Borchgrave, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

 

www.larabesque.net

photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

photo courtesy of Vivienne Westwood

It debuts during the Milan design week the brand Stories of Italy successfully joining art, craftsmanship, design made in Italy and giving rise to a precious collection of trays, sculptures and vases – made of Carrara marble and Murano glass – that are on show in the Milan Vivienne Westwood boutiques placed in Corso Venezia 25 and Via Vincenzo Capelli 4. Marvelous home accessories as the “Dattero” series of Murano vases and “Bramante rosa” marble trays. A not to be missed happening to enjoy the aesthetics of a legendary fashion designer, the queen of punk and the excellence of made in Italy.

IL DEBUTTO DI STORIES OF ITALY: ARTE, ARTIGIANALITÀ & DESIGN ALLE BOUTIQUE DI MILANO DI VIVIENNE WESTWOOD

photo courtesy of Cesare Biraghi

photo courtesy of Cesare Biraghi

Debutta in occasione della settimana del design di Milano il marchio Stories of Italy che felicemente unisce arte, artigianalità, design made in Italy e dà vita a una preziosa collezione di vassoi, sculture e vasi – realizzati in marmo di Carrara e vetro di Murano – che sono esposte presso le boutique di Milano di Vivienne Westwood boutique ubicate in Corso Venezia 25 ed in Via Vincenzo Capelli 4. Meravigliosi accessori per la casa quali la serie “Dattero” di vasi in vetro di Murano ed i vassoi di marmo “Bramante rosa”. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare l’ estetica di una leggendaria fashion designer, la regina del punk e l’ eccellenza del made in Italy.

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

 

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

 

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

 

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

Stories of Italy, photo courtesy of Davide Corrado

 

 

 

http://storiesofitaly.com

www.viviennewestwood.com

Santoni shoes and the Papiro collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Santoni shoes and the Papiro collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Santoni, luxury brand of shoes, during the Milan design week hosted at its boutique, placed in Via Montenapoleone 6, the “Papiro Collection” made by the celebrated designer Patricia Urquiola for the marble brand Budri, exploring  the concept of lightness, finding a new context in the marble and embodying a design’s evolution in the manufacture of marble, the inlay surfaces, polychrome materials. A smashing happening to enjoy the contemporary interior design.

SALONE DEL MOBILE DI MILANO: LA “COLLEZIONE PAPIRO” DI PATRICIA URQUIOLA PROTAGONISTA DELLA BOUTIQUE SANTONI, VISTA DA JASMIN SCHROEDER

The Papiro collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

The Papiro collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri, photo by Jasmin Schroeder

Santoni, brand di calzature di lusso, in occasione della settimana del design di Milano ha ospitato presso boutique, ubicata a Via Montenapoleone 6, la “Papiro collection” realizzata dalla celebre designer Patricia Urquiola per il marchio di marmi Budri, che esplora il concetto di leggerezza, trovando un nuovo contesto nel marmo e racchiude in sé un’ evoluzione del design nella lavorazione del marmo, nelle superfici a intarsio, in materiali policromi. Un formidabile evento per apprezzare l’ interior design contemporaneo.

Jasmin Schroeder behind the shop windows of Santoni, hosting the Papiro collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri, photo by Emanuele Marzi

Jasmin Schroeder behind the shop windows of Santoni, hosting the Papiro collection by Patricia Urquiola for Budri, photo by Emanuele Marzi

 

www.santonishoes.com

www.budri.com