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The knitwear maching, photo by N

The knitwear maching, photo by N

 My visit to the Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia followed and featured the knitwear machines, the many collections produced yesterday by Miss Deanna (as Armani knitwear, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand which evokes my adolescence and many others) as well as the menswear and womenswear collections of many renowned today and yesterday brands. A smashing place to lose oneself between colors and prints, textiles and embroideries. Here it is showcased creations that marked an age, precious means to observe fashion and draw new ideas and inspirations to make, create. A vibrant place to visit and come back to enjoy fashion culture.

CULTURA DELLA MODA: LA MIA VISITA ALLA MODATECA DEANNA (2)

The knitwear machine, photo by N

The knitwear machine, photo by N

La mia visita alla Modateca Deanna a Reggio Emilia è proseguita ed ha avuto quali protagoniste le macchine da maglieria, le plurime collezioni prodotte ieri da Miss Deanna (come la maglieria di Armani, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand che evoca la mia adolescenza e molti altri) come anche le collezioni di abbigliamento uomo e donna di plurimi rinomati marchi di ieri e di oggi. Un formidabile luogo per perdersi tra colori e stampe, tessuti e ricami. Ivi sono esposte creazioni che hanno segnato un’ epoca, preziosi strumenti per osservare la moda e trarre nuove idee e ispirazioni per fare, creare. Un vibrante luogo da visitare e in cui tornare per apprezzare la cultura della moda.

Deanna's knitwear machine, photo by N

Deanna’s knitwear machine, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, ohoto by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt  I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

A short break featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

A short break at the Modateca Deanna featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

 

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

 

 

www.modatecadeanna.it

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Fashion history, semiotic and marketing arisen from the Sixties to the Nineties in a specific area, Umbria, renowned fashion manufacturing district (which today is the seat of successful companies as Brunello Cucinelli) is the core of a smashing book “Happy fashion, companies, styles and anti-fashion” by Emanuele De Donno (Viaindustriae Publishing, 15,00 Euros), bilingual essay including the interesting preface by Maria Luisa Frisa, which will be launched on 14th March 2013 in Rome at the Fahrenheit 451 bookshop in Campo De’ Fiori. The event will feature the author as moderator along with the fashion designers Caterina Gatta and Sylvio Giardina, the tv journalist and ex-model Valeria Oppenheimer and me as fashion blogger( exploring and celebrating the anti-fashion) will be the successful chance for talking about fashion, considering the heritage embodied in the book as a trait d’ union with the contemporary times.

LA PRESENTAZIONE DEL LIBRO “FELICE MODA, IMPRESE, STILISMO E CONTROMODE” DI EMANUELE DE DONNO PRESSO LA LIBRERIA DI ROMA FAHRENHEIT 451

"Happy fashion, companies, styles and anti-fashion” by Emanuele De Donno

“Happy fashion, companies, styles and anti-fashion” by Emanuele De Donno

Storia, semiotica e marketing della moda sorto dagli anni Sessanta agli anni Novanta in una specifica area, l’ Umbria, rinomato distretto manufatturiero della moda (che è oggi sede di felici aziende quali Brunello Cucinelli) è il nucleo del formidabile libro “Felice moda, imprese, stilismo e contromode” di Emanuele De Donno (Viaindustriae Publishing, 15,00 Euro), saggio bilingue che include l’ interessante prefazione di Maria Luisa Frisa che sarà presentato il 14 marzo 2013 a Roma presso la libreria Fahrenheit 451 a Campo De’ Fiori. L’ evento avrà quale protagonista l’ autore nelle vesti di moderator unitamente ai fashion designers Caterina Gatta e Sylvio Giardina, la giornalista televisiva ed ex-modella Valeria Oppenheimer e me nelle vesti di fashion blogger( che esplora e celebra le contro-mode) sarà la felice occasione per parlare di moda, considerando il patrimonio di esperienze racchiuso nel libro un trait d’ union con la contemporaneità.

Luisa Spagnoli from the Sixties

Luisa Spagnoli from the Sixties

Christian Dior tricot, 1975, produced by Umberto Ginocchietti

Christian Dior tricot, 1975, produced by Umberto Ginocchietti

Armani Fall/Winter 1978, produced by Icap

Armani Fall/Winter 1978, produced by Icap

Anna Anderson in Lancetti  ( Eighties)

Anna Anderson in Lancetti ( Eighties)

Kelly Le Brock in Umberto Ginocchietti, 1985

Kelly Le Brock in Umberto Ginocchietti, 1985

Issey Miyake, 1980

Issey Miyake, 1980

Nikos Fall/Winter 1988-1989, produced by Icap

Nikos Fall/Winter 1988-1989, produced by Icap

brands and labels produced in Umbria

brands and labels produced in Umbria

Thierry Mugler Fall/Winter 1986

Thierry Mugler Fall/Winter 1986

Umberto Ginocchietti

Umberto Ginocchietti

"The Milanes styling falls down and brings with it the Italian exports of realm. Is  Milanese styling is the Italian one?", Umberto Ginocchietti, 1987

“The Milanes styling falls down and brings with it the Italian exports of realm. Is Milanese styling is the Italian one?”, Umberto Ginocchietti, 1987

Anna Fonson in Thierry Mugler, 1983, photo by Laurence Sackmann

Anna Fonson in Thierry Mugler, 1983, photo by Laurence Sackmann

 

www.libreriafahrenheit451.it

rick

It will be held on 21st December 2012 in Hollywood at the Antebellum Gallery “End of days”, the Armageddon exhibition for celebrating the apocalyptical Maya prophecy, featuring many artists as the bright Fernando Carpaneda, Paul Maler, Tiger Phino, Leo Atkinson, Jennifer Sindon, Newt Clements and others. A nice happening to have fun beyond the end of days, circumstance reminding me “End of days”, the action movie by Peter Hyams,featuring the Gabriel Byrne as Satan who wears Armani.

ARTE & SUPERSTIZIONE: LA MOSTRA “END OF DAYS” ALLA ANTEBELLUM GALLERY DI HOLLYWOOD

Si terrà il 21 dicembre 2012 a Hollywood presso la Antebellum Gallery “End of days”, la Armageddon exhibition per celebrare la apocalittica profezia Maya di cui saranno protagonisti svariati artisti quali il brillante Fernando Carpaneda, Paul Maler, Tiger Phino, Leo Atkinson, Jennifer Sindon, Newt Clements e altri. Un simpatico evento per divertirsi al di là dei giorni contati, circostanza che mi ricorda il film d’azione di Peter Hyams con Gabriel Byrne nei panni di Satana che veste Armani.

Gabriel Byrne as Satan in Armani, still image from the movie  End of days

Gabriel Byrne as Satan in Armani, still image from the movie End of days

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Paul Maler

www.antebellum.us.ms