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Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Colors, stripes, polka dots and smashing prints depicting Haitian landscapes featured in the Spring/Summer 2015 collection by the bright fashion designer Stella Jean, presented during the Milan Fashion Week. A smart development of a concept, made of an unique combination of different signs and pattern where it shines a detailed work of styling, successfully made concrete by joining retro volumes of skirts, fun shorts and dresses, reinterpreting many decades of fashion history (from Fifties to Eighties). A joyful alchemy talking about talking about freshness and contemporary times, enriched by catchy accessories as bags and shoes along with marvelous swimsuits.

LE COLORATE & DIVERTENTI ALCHIMIE DI STELLA JEAN

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Colori, righe, pois e formidabili stampe che ritraggono paesaggi Haitiani sono i protagonisti della collezione primavera/estate 2015 della brillante fashion designer Stella Jean, presentata durante la settimana della moda milanese. Un intelligente consolidamento di un concept, fatto di una combinazione unica di diversi segni e motivi in cui splende una fine opera di styling, felicemente concretizzata unendo volumi retro di gonne, divertenti shorts e abiti che reinterpretano molteplici decadi della storia della moda(dagli anni Cinquanta agli anni Ottanta). Una gioiosa alchimia che parla di freschezza e contemporaneità, arricchita da accattivanti accessori quali borse e scarpe unitamente a meravigliosi costumi da bagno.

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

The journalist Angelo Flaccavento and me, myself & I, photo by N

The journalist Angelo Flaccavento and me, myself & I, photo by N

A model at the backstage wearing the swimsuit by Stella Jean, photo by N

A model at the backstage wearing the swimsuit by Stella Jean, photo by N

 

The backstage of Stella Jean's fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Stella Jean’s fashion show, photo by N

 

The backstage of Stella Jean's fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Stella Jean’s fashion show, photo by N

 

The backstage of Stella Jean's fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Stella Jean’s fashion show, photo by N

 

The backstage of Stella Jean's fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Stella Jean’s fashion show, photo by N

 

A model at the backstage wearing the swimsuit by Stella Jean, photo by N

A model at the backstage wearing the swimsuit by Stella Jean, photo by N

The backstage of Stella Jean's fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Stella Jean’s fashion show, photo by N

 

Adriano Franchi in Napoleonesque version, photo by N

Adriano Franchi in Napoleonesque version, photo by N

 

 

The fashion soldier, Suzy Menkes at work, photo by N

The fashion soldier, Suzy Menkes at work, photo by N

 

Simonetta Gianfelici and Simone Cipriani, photo by N

Simonetta Gianfelici and Simone Cipriani, photo by N

 

 

Stella Jean along with the models at the backstage, photo by N

Stella Jean along with the models at the backstage, photo by N

 

 

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It will held in Venice on 22nd November 2013 at Palazzo Badoer, Aula Tafuri,from 4:00 pm and on 23rd November at San Basilio Terminal from 9:30 am (and it will run though the whole day) “To teach fashion: models and cultural policies between training and industry” the first international Conference of Misa, the Italian Association of Fashion Studies headed by Maria Luisa Frisa as President. This conference – organized with the support National Chamber of Italian Fashion, the contribution of Lectra and included in the third edition of CulT, the European Saloon of Culture – will be focused on the training and teaching as permanent purposes involving professors, students, researchers, designers, fashion designers, photographers and curators in order to give rise to a platform for making emerge the needs coming from the different realms that work in fashion in Italy. This laudable initiative will feature as panelists renowned personas of fashion world as Rita Airaghi, Sara Azzone, Andrea Batilla, Maria Bonifacic, Alberto Bonisoli, Mario Boselli, Patrizia Calefato, Paola Colaiacomo, Giovanni Maria Conti, Antonio Cristaudo, Elena Donazzan, Lidewij Edelkoort, Angelo Flaccavento, Adriano Franchi, Barbara Franchin, Maria Luisa Frisa, Massimiliano Giornetti, Gitte Jonsdatter, Andrea Lupo Lanzara, Linda Loppa, Mario Lupano, Laura Lusuardi, Sara Maino, Matteo Marzotto, Elisabetta Merlo, Paolo Meroni, Nicoletta Morozzi, Marzia Narduzzi, Giulia Pirovano, Patrizia Ranzo, Carla Rey, Caterina Rorro, Cristiano Seganfreddo, Stefan Siegel, Salvo Testa, Barbara Trebitsch, Alessandra Vaccari, Louise Wallenberg and Willie Walters. A not to be missed happening to celebrate the rise of this bright association and rethink about fashion, fashion training and fashion culture under the sign of syncretism.

INSEGNARE LA MODA: IL PRIMO CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE DI MISA A VENEZIA

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Si terrà a Venezia il 22 novembre 2013 presso Palazzo Badoer, Aula Tafuri, dalle ore 16:00 e il 23 novembre presso il Terminal San Basilio a partire dale ore 9:30 (e proseguirà per l’ intera giornata) “Insegnare la moda: modelli e politiche culturali tra formazione e industria”, il primo Convegno Internazionale di Misa, l’ Associazione Italiana di Studi di Moda guidata da Maria Luisa Frisa nelle vesti di Presidente. Questo convegno – organizzato con il patrocinio della Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, il contributo di Lectra e incluso nella terza edizione di CulT, il Salone Europeo della Cultura – sarà incentrato sulla formazione e sull’ insegnamento quali obiettivi permanenti che coinvolgono docenti, studenti, studiosi, designers, fashion designers, fotografi e curatori al fine di dar vita a una piattaforma in cui fare emergere le istanze provenienti da diversi ambiti che operano nella moda in Italia. Questa lodevole iniziativa avrà quali protagonisti rinomati personaggi nelle vesti di relatori quali Rita Airaghi, Sara Azzone, Andrea Batilla, Maria Bonifacic, Alberto Bonisoli, Mario Boselli, Patrizia Calefato, Paola Colaiacomo, Giovanni Maria Conti, Antonio Cristaudo, Elena Donazzan, Lidewij Edelkoort, Angelo Flaccavento, Adriano Franchi, Barbara Franchin, Maria Luisa Frisa, Massimiliano Giornetti, Gitte Jonsdatter, Andrea Lupo Lanzara, Linda Loppa, Mario Lupano, Laura Lusuardi, Sara Maino, Matteo Marzotto, Elisabetta Merlo, Paolo Meroni, Nicoletta Morozzi, Marzia Narduzzi, Giulia Pirovano, Patrizia Ranzo, Carla Rey, Caterina Rorro, Cristiano Seganfreddo, Stefan Siegel, Salvo Testa, Barbara Trebitsch, Alessandra Vaccari, Louise Wallenberg e Willie Walters. Un evento imperdibile per celebrare la nascita di questa brillante associazione e ripensare alla moda, alla formazione di moda e alla cultura della moda all’ insegna del sincretismo.

Maria Luisa Frisa

Maria Luisa Frisa

http://www.misa-associazione.org 

Maria Luisa Frisa and her latest book “Una nuova moda italiana”

It has presented in Milan at the NHow Lounge Hotel “Una nuova moda italiana”(Pitti Discovery/Marsilio € 34.00), the latest book by the bright Maria Luisa Frisa exploring and defining the Italian contemporary fashion, “a forced exit “ – as the author asserted during the talk featuring Stefano Tonchi, Angelo Flaccavento, Paola Nicolin and Silvia Robertazzi – made by a concept oriented approach, successfully depicting the constellation of contemporary Italian creatives.

“UNA NUOVA MODA ITALIANA”, L’ULTIMO LIBRO DI  MARIA LUISA FRISA

Maria Luisa Frisa and Angelo Flaccavento

È stato presentato a Milano presso il NHow Lounge Hotel “Una nuova moda italiana”(Pitti Discovery/Marsilio € 34.00), l’ultimo libro della brillante Maria Luisa Frisa che esplora e definisce la moda italiana contemporanea, “un’uscita forzata” – come ha affermato l’autrice in occasione del talk con Stefano Tonchi, Angelo Flaccavento, Paola Nicolin e Silvia Robertazzi – realizzata mediante un approccio concept oriented che dipinge felicemente la costellazione dei creativi italiani contemporanei.

 
 
 

Stefano Tonchi and Maria Luisa Frisa

 

me at the entering of the NHow Lounge hotel

 
 
 

Romina Toscano and me

 

Stefano Tonchi

Nunzia Garoffolo, photo by Stefano Mastropaolo

It has yesterday opened in Rome at Hadrian’s Temple the third edition of Fashion On Paper, smashing event curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, hosting FBF, Fashion Beyond Fashion, along with other celebrated blogs, foreigner and Italian, on-line and paper magazines, as well as A.I., Artisanal Intelligence, bilingual magazine focused on craftsmanship, recently launched by Alta Roma. Here I spent the afternoon with my dear friend Myriam Bottazzi aka  Myriam B– bright designer who created the dress and accessories I wore -, I enjoyed the talk moderated by Angelo Flaccavento and I was very pleased to meet  with Maria Silvia Venturini Fendi, President of Alta Roma, kind, genuine individual, with whom I share the idea of fashion as multidisciplinary realm and the care for its intersections with other channels of communications as art, culture and literature, ideas and suggestions successfully made concrete by her during the latest edition of Alta Roma.

FBF AL TEMPIO DI ADRIANO DI ROMA: LA TERZA EDIZIONE DI FASHION ON PAPER

Si è aperta ieri a Roma la terza edizione di Fashion On Paper, formidabile evento curato da Maria Luisa Frisa che ospita FBF, Fashion Beyond Fashion unitamente ad altri celebri blog, magazine on-line e cartacei stranieri e italiani come anche A.I., Artisanal Intelligence, magazine bilingue incentrato sull’artigianato, recentemente lanciato da Alta Roma. Ivi ho trascorso il pomeriggio conla mia cara amica Myriam Bottazzi aka Myriam B – brillante designer che ha creato l’abito e gli accessori da me indossati -, ho apprezzato il talk moderato da Angelo Flaccavento e sono stata molto lieta di incontrare Maria Silvia Venturini Fendi, Presidente di Alta Roma, gentile, autentica individualità con la quale condivido il concetto di moda quale ambito multidisciplinare e l’attenzione verso le sue intersezioni con altri canali di comunicazione quali l’arte, la cultura e la letteratura, idee e suggestioni da lei felicemente concretizzate in occasione dell’ultima edizione di Alta Roma.

 

Diane Pernet and me, photo by Mario Salvucci

 

Consuelo Aranyi, me and Clara Tosi Pamphili, photo by Sabrina Pilkati

www.altaroma.it

 

Fashion On Paper, smashing event ideated by Maria Luisa Frisa, platform promoting independent magazines and blogs – as FBFA Shaded View On Fashion, A blog, , Cura Magazine, Made WS and many other ones – come to the third edition which will be held from 29th to 30th January 2011 in Rome at the Hadrian’s Temple during the latest edition of Alta Roma, will feature an awesome series of initiatives exploring fashion and successful intersections with art and the non-place being the web as the Fashion Talks “Less is More Creative”, “Independent’s life” – which will be held at 5:30 pm, bright exploration of fashion with experts as the independent journalist Angelo Flaccavento and Maria Luisa Frisa – along with two exhibitions focused on the idea of independents as “Minimum”, curated by Angelo Flaccavento and “Oppure-La moda in movimento verso I nuovi media”, curated by Federico Sarica, “Fashionscape”, installation by Fabio Quaranta and the dj-set by Anarchy in the club. A not to be missed happening to explore the vibrant side of fashion and its most emblematic personas.

LA TERZA EDIZIONE DI FASHION ON PAPER AL TEMPIO DI ADRIANO DI ROMA

Fashion On Paper, formidabile evento ideato da Maria Luisa Frisa, piattaforma che promuove le riviste e i blog indipendenti – quali FBFA Shaded View On Fashion, A blog, , Cura Magazine, Made WS e molti altri – giunto alla terza edizione che si terrà dal 29 al 30 gennaio 2011 a Roma press il Tempio di Adriano in occasione dell’ultima edizione di Alta Roma avrà quali protagoniste una formidabile serie di iniziative che esplorano la moda e le sue felici intersezioni con l’arte e il non-luogo che é il web quali i Fashion Talks “Less is More Creative”, “Independent’s life” – che si terranno alle ore 17:30, brillante esplorazione della moda con esperti quali Angelo Flaccavento and Maria Luisa Frisa – unitamente a due mostre incentrate sul concetto degli indipendenti quali “Minimum”, curata da Angelo Flaccavento e “Oppure-La moda in movimento verso I nuovi media”, curata da Federico Sarica, “Fashionscape”, installazione di Fabio Quaranta e il dj-set a cura di Anarchy in the club. Un evento imperdibile per esplorare il lato vibrante della moda ed i suoi personaggi più emblematici.

www.altaroma.it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marco De Vincenzo

A suggestive journey through the suggestions of Marco De Vincenzo – who will feature in the latest edition of Fashion On Paper n.1 during the talk “Less is more creative”, moderated by the  journalist Angelo Flaccavento which will be held on 29th January 2011 at 5:30 pm in Rome at Hadrian’s Temple – under the sign of delicateness, femininity, poetry and elegance, a leitmotiv of his work of designer, one of the most innovative Italian designers I’m pleased to enjoy as creative and also as bright, genuine individual.

 

LA DELICATA POESIA DI MARCO DE VINCENZO

Marco De Vincenzo

 

Un suggestivo viaggio nelle suggestioni di Marco De Vincenzo – che sarà protagonista dell’ultima edizione di Fashion On Paper n.1 in occasione del  talk “Less is more creative” moderato dal giornalista Angelo Flaccavento che si terrà il 29 gennaio 2011 alle 17:30 a Roma presso il Tempio di Adriano – all’insegna di delicatezza, femminilità, poesia ed eleganza, un leitmotiv del suo lavoro di designer, uno dei più innovativi designer italiani che ho il piacere di apprezzare quale creativo ed anche brillante, autentica individualità.

www.marcodevincenzo.com

Marco De Vincenzo

Marco De Vincenzo

Marco De Vincenzo

Marco De Vincenzo

Marco De Vincenzo

www.marcodevincenzo.com