You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘Benedetta Bruzziches’ tag.

Silvio Betterelli, photo by N

 

The Winter edition of Altaroma featured “Showcase”, a bright project I appreciated very much ideated by the ICE Agency and Altaroma, which has concretely evidenced its support to the creativity made in Italy. To create connections between the Italian emerging brands with buyers, journalists, Italian and foreigners fashion insiders, that has been the purpose of this event, a laudable initiative which featured forty fashion designers – ten different ones alternated on every day – as Anna Porcu, 16R, Avaro Figlio Milano, Aroma 30, Nadiamari, The Dots, Mandredi Manara, Silvio Betterelli, Quattromani, Susana Traca, Delirious, Flaminia Barosini, Benedetta Bruzziches and many others who showcased the creations they made under the sign of a vibrant concept and a catchy design.

SHOWCASE UNA BRILLANTE INIZIATIVA DI ALTAROMA PER SOSTENERE LA CREATIVITÀ MADE IN ITALY

 

Quattromani, photo by N

L’ edizione invernale di Altaroma ha avuto quale protagonista “Showcase”, un brillante progetto da me molto apprezzato ideato dall’ Agenzia ICE ed Altaroma, che ha concretamente dimostrato durante questi anni il suo sostegno verso la creatività emergente made in Italy. Creare connessioni tra i brand emergenti italiani con i buyers, giornalisti, addetti ai lavori italiani e stranieri, questa la finalità dell’ evento, una lodevole iniziativa di cui hanno fatto parte quaranta fashion designers – dieci diversi si sono alternati ogni giorno – quali Anna Porcu, 16R, Avaro Figlio Milano, Aroma 30, Nadiamari, The Dots, Mandredi Manara, Silvio Betterelli, Quattromani, Susana Traca, Delirious, Flaminia Barosini, Benedetta Bruzziches e molti altri che hanno esposto le loro creazioni all’ insegna di un vibrante concetto e un accattivante design.

 

Nadiamari, photo by N

 

Flaminia Barosini, photo by N

 

Flaminia Barosini, photo by N

 

Flaminia Barosini, photo by N

 

The Dots, photo by N

 

Susana Traca, photo by N

 

Delirious, photo by N

 

Manfredi Manara, photo by N

 

Mandredi Manara, photo by N

 

Aroma 30, photo by N

 

Avaro Figlio Milano, photo by N

 

Benedetta Bruzziches, photo by Anna Porcu

 

Benedetta Bruzziches, photo by N

 

Anna Porcu, photo by N

 

Anna Porcu, photo by N

 

Me, myself and I along with Anna Porcu, photo by Silvia Pavanello

 

 

www.altaroma.it

Benedetta Bruzziches at the Laura Urbinati boutique, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches at the Laura Urbinati boutique, photo by Allucinazione

The latest edition of Altaroma featured the event “Road to Style – Celebrating”, an experimental project made by Altaroma to promote the shopping streets and emerging creativity which was held in the Rome city centre at via Dell’ Oca and Via Della Penna, renowned street peopled by artists, poets and artisans. Here boutiques, concepts stores, ateliers, research and high craftsmanship factories joined for paying homage to the accessories designer Benedetta Bruzziches (who has been finalist of the talent-scouting award Who Is On Next in 2012). Artisanal Cornucopia, Cristina Bomba, Glam, Laura Urbinati, Mondelliani, Oliver & Co. and Patrizia Fabri By Antica Manifattura Cappelli successfully welcomed and told about the creative path of the designer, giving rise to an exhibition path including the first creations as well as the Spring/Summer collection 2016 she made that are under the sign of irony, craftsmanship and contemporary times.

ALTAROMA: “ROAD TO STYLE – CELEBRATING” BENEDETTA BRUZZICHES

Benedetta Bruzziches at the Laura Urbinati boutique, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches at the Laura Urbinati boutique, photo by Allucinazione

L’ ultima edizione di Altaroma ha avuto quale protagonista l’ evento “Road to Style – Celebrating”, progetto sperimentale realizzato da Altaroma per valorizzare le vie dello shopping e la creatività emergente che si è tenuto nel centro storico di Roma presso via Dell’ Oca e Via Della Penna, rinomata strada popolata da artisti, poeti e artigiani. Ivi boutiques, concepts store, atelier, laboratori di ricerca e alto artigianato si sono uniti per rendere omaggio alla designer di accessori Benedetta Bruzziches (che è stata finalista del concorso di talent-scouting Who Is On Next nel 2012). Artisanal Cornucopia, Cristina Bomba, Glam, Laura Urbinati, Mondelliani, Oliver & Co. e Patrizia Fabri By Antica Manifattura Cappelli hanno felicemente accolto e raccontato l’ iter creativo della designer, dando vita a un percorso espositivo comprensivo delle prime creazioni ed anche della collezione primavera/estate 2016 da lei realizzata che sono all’ insegna di ironia, artigianalità e contemporaneità.

Benedetta Bruzziches at the Laura Urbinati boutique, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches at the Laura Urbinati boutique, photo by Allucinazione

 

Laura Urbinati, photo by Allucinazione

Laura Urbinati, photo by Allucinazione

 

Laura Urbinati, photo by Allucinazione

Laura Urbinati, photo by Allucinazione

 

Benedetta Bruzziches at the atelier of milliner Patrizia Fabri By Antica Manifattura Cappelli, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches at the atelier of milliner Patrizia Fabri By Antica Manifattura Cappelli, photo by Allucinazione

 

the milliner Patrizia Fabri, photo by Allucinazione

the milliner Patrizia Fabri, photo by Allucinazione

 

Benedetta Bruzziches at the atelier of Cristina Bomba, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches at the atelier of Cristina Bomba, photo by Allucinazione

 

Benedetta Bruzziches at the atelier of Cristina Bomba, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches at the atelier of Cristina Bomba, photo by Allucinazione

 

 

The atelier of Cristina Bomba, photo by Allucinazione

The atelier of Cristina Bomba, photo by Allucinazione

 

Benedetta Bruzziches at Artisanal Cornucopia, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches at Artisanal Cornucopia, photo by Allucinazione

 

Elif Sallorenzo, the owner of Artisanal Cornucopia, photo by Allucinazione

Elif Sallorenzo, the owner of Artisanal Cornucopia, photo by Allucinazione

 

Artisanal Cornucopia, photo by Allucinazione

Artisanal Cornucopia, photo by Allucinazione

 

Benedetta Bruzziches, photo by Allucinazione

Benedetta Bruzziches, photo by Allucinazione

 

 

www.altaroma.it

www.benedettabruzziches.com

 

William Burroughs featuring in the Penelope's show window, photo by N

William Burroughs featuring in the Penelope’s show window, photo by N

I recently visited in Brescia the smashing cathedral of conceptual fashion Penelope, created by the brilliant and vibrant Roberta Valentini. Vibrations meeting themselves as William Burroughs featuring in the shop-windows of boutique, being this year and this month the centenary of his birth, persona immediately making me think about the cut-up (literary technique he created along with the visual artist Brion Gysin, embodied in the marvelous book “The third mind”, which has found a new context in fashion, becoming the theme of “Urban cut-up”, the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 capsule collection by L. Rousseau, young, talented fashion designer). It was sales time, thus I couldn’t enjoy most of choices made by Roberta. Nevertheless it was clear and visible her unique taste and visions I appreciate and share: one for all is Comme des Garçons along with Yohji Yamamoto, Lanvin, Vionnet, Azzedine Alaia, including also contemporary creatives as well as  young contemporary creatives as Simone Rainer, Benedetta Bruzziches, Stella Jean and Fausto Puglisi. Fashion and new ideas, as sustainaibility, made concrete by the bags by Carmina Campus, brand created by the pioneer Ilaria Venturini Fendi, promoting the culture of re-use. An amazing interlude has been the visit to Penelope Sposa, bridal boutique which feels like getting married (also for the ones who – like me – are allergic to wedding, as – Domenico Modugno sang – “it does not bind a dream by a contract”). Here I also ran into a very beautiful, future spouse who was choosing her dress and was dressed by Penelope from the head to feet. Minimalism, conceptual elegance, sophistication and refinement, those are the alchemies of Penelope. A temple to visit and come back. I will come back soon to enjoy the companion of Roberta, her assertive individuality and wisdom I love and celebrate and hopefully also to see her hidden treasures, her rich fashion archives, a genuine fashion encyclopedia of conceptual fashion, source of culture and precious suggestions.

PENELOPE: QUANDO LA MODA É CULTURA E UNO STILE DI VITA

The first thing I saw at Penelope, the bag by Carmina Campus

The first thing I saw at Penelope, the bag by Carmina Campus

Ho recentemente fatto visita a Brescia alla formidabile cattedrale di moda concettuale Penelope, creata dalla brillante e vibrante Roberta Valentini. Vibrazioni che si incontrano come William Burroughs, protagonista delle vetrine della boutique, il cui centenario ricorre quest’ anno, personaggio che mi fa subito pensare al cut-up (tecnica letteraria da lui creata unitamente all’ artista Brion Gysin, racchiusa nel meraviglioso libro “The third mind”, che ha trovato un nuovo contesto nella moda, divenendo il tema di “Urban cut-up”, la collezione capsule autunno/inverno 2014-2015 di L. Rousseau, giovane e talentuosa fashion designer). Era tempo di saldi, sicché non ho potuto apprezzare la maggior parte delle scelte effettuate da Roberta. Ciònondimeno era chiaro e visibile il suo gusto unico e le visioni che anche io apprezzo e condivido: uno su tutti Comme des Garçons insieme a Yohji Yamamoto, Lanvin, Vionnet, Azzedine Alaia come anche giovani creativi contemporanei quali Simone Rainer, Benedetta Bruzziches, Stella Jean e Fausto Puglisi. Moda e nuove idee come la sostenibilità, concretizzata nelle borse di Carmina Campus, brand creato dalla pionieristica Ilaria Venturini Fendi che promuove la cultura del riuso. Uno splendido interludio è stato la visita a Penelope Sposa, boutique di abiti da sposa che fa venir voglia di sposarsi (anche a coloro che – come me – sono allergici al matrimonio, poiché – come cantava Domenico Modugno – “con un contratto non si lega un sogno”). Ivi mi sono imbattuta in una futura sposa, bellissima, che stava scegliendo il proprio abito da sposa vestita da Penelope dalla testa ai piedi. Minimalismo, eleganza concettuale, sofisticazione e raffinatezza, queste sono le alchimie di Penelope. Un tempio da visitare e in cui tornare. Ritornerò presto per godere della compagnia di Roberta, della sua assertiva individualità e saggezza che amo e celebro e sperabilmente anche per vedere i suoi tesori nascosti, il suo ricco archivio, un’ autentica enciclopedia di moda concettuale, risorsa di cultura e preziose visioni.

Penelope, photo by N

Penelope, photo by N

Me, myself and I, hat moment at Penelope, photo by N

Me, myself and I, hat moment at Penelope, photo by N

May the cut-up be  with you!... William Burroughs at Penelope strikes back, photo by N

May the cut-up be with you!… William Burroughs at Penelope strikes back, photo by N

Magic moment: Penelopesposa, photo by N

Magic moment: Penelopesposa, photo by N

Lightness and a detail in the name of Vionnet, photo by N

Lightness and a detail in the name of Vionnet, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa,  photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Lace, silk and a vintage details, the shoes by Alaia, photo by N

Lace, silk and a vintage details, the shoes by Alaia, photo by N

Penelopestore, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Jewelry in the name of love at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Jewelry in the name of love at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Lanvin at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Lanvin at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Lanvin at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Lanvin at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

The one and only Roberta Valentini, me and the nice Penelope-sque being part of Penelope family, photo by N

The one and only Roberta Valentini, me and the nice Penelope-sque being part of Penelope family, photo by N

Dress by Comme des Garçons, necklace by Lanvin, photo by N

Dress by Comme des Garçons, necklace by Lanvin, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Penelopesposa, photo by N

Comme des Garçons, photo by N

Comme des Garçons, photo by N

Comme des Garçons, photo by N

Comme des Garçons, photo by N

Roberta Valentini showing me a acket by Comme des Garçons, photo by N

Roberta Valentini showing me a jacket by Comme des Garçons, photo by N

Miss Bonomi choosing the bridal gown and accessories at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Miss Bonomi choosing the bridal gown and accessories at Penelopesposa, photo by N

Vionnet, photo by N

Vionnet, photo by N

The magic of random: to see Roberta Valentini at the Brescia railway station early in the morning before leaving, photo by N

The magic of random: to see Roberta Valentini at the Brescia railway station early in the morning before leaving, photo by N

Black celebration moment featuring me, myself and I, photo by N

Black celebration moment featuring me, myself and I, photo by N

www.penelope-store.it

photo by Giorgio Miserendino

photo by Giorgio Miserendino

It featured in Milan during the latest edition of White fashion tradeshow event, “Be Blue Be Balestra”, the second edition of an exhibition event which has recently launched in Rome by Altaroma where bright, young fashion designers – as Caterina Gatta, Francesco Ballestrazzi, Alessandro D’ Amico, San Andres, Carta & Costura, Covherlab, Sara Lanzi, Giulia Gobbi, Gianni Serra, A-Lab Milano, Eleonora Niccolai, Flavia La Rocca, Comeforbreakfast, Sofia Bertolli, Alessandra De Tomaso, Benedetta Bruzziches, Greta Boldini, Simone Rainer – paid homage to Renato Balestra, his renowned fashion house and blue, color of his eyes, evidencing haute couture and ready to wear can dialogue and implement a successful synergy under the sign of  tradition and innovation, values made concrete at best by Altaroma, institution which launched this idea( under the presidency of Silvia Venturini Fendi, fashion designer who held , holds and hopefully she continues holding this institutional role, following with the work of renewal, honoring the Rome tradition and fashion history she made). An initiative which has also exported in other cities as it is proved by this event, nullifying that sterile provincialism which often considers cities and institutions competing one against the other(that provincialism which still today impedes from the rise of a national museum of fashion), instead it can be done more – without being heroes -and better just being together, a healthy consciousness to promote, made concrete and share.

“BE BLUE, BE BALESTRA”, L’ OMAGGIO A RENATO BALESTRA PROTAGONISTA DI WHITE

Renato Balestra, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Renato Balestra, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

È stato protagonista a Milano in occasione dell’ ultima edizione dell’ evento fieristico di moda WhiteBe Blue Be Balestra”, la seconda edizione di un evento espositivo, recentemente lanciato a Roma da Altaroma in cui brillanti, giovani fashion designers – quali Caterina Gatta, Francesco Ballestrazzi, Alessandro D’ Amico, San Andres, Carta & Costura, Covherlab, Sara Lanzi, Giulia Gobbi, Gianni Serra, A-Lab Milano, Eleonora Niccolai, Flavia La Rocca, Comeforbreakfast, Sofia Bertolli, Alessandra De Tomaso, Benedetta Bruzziches, Greta Boldini, Simone Rainer – hanno reso omaggio a Renato Balestra, la sua rinomata casa di moda e il blu, il colore dei suoi occhi, dimostrando che l’ alta moda e il prêt a porter dimostrando che alta moda e prêt a porter possono dialogare e attuare una felice sinergia all’insegna di tradizione e innovazione, valori concretizzati al meglio da Altaroma istituzione che ha lanciato questa idea( sotto la presidenza di Silvia Venturini Fendi, fashion designer che ha rivestito, riveste e spero che continui a rivestire questo ruolo istituzionale, proseguendo con l’ opera di rinnovamento, onorando la tradizione e la storia della moda romana da lei intrapresa). Una iniziativa che è stata anche esportata in altre città, come si evince da questo evento, vanificando quello sterile provincialismo che sovente rappresenta città e istituzioni italiane in concorrenza l’ uno contro l’ altro(quel provincialismo che impedisce ancora oggi la nascita di un museo nazionale della moda), invece insieme si può fare di più – senza essere eroi – e meglio, una salubre consapevolezza da promuovere, concretizzare e condividere.

Renato Balestra, his nephew Sabrina Baldi on the left along with the young fashion designers featuring in the event, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The sweet Renato Balestra, his nephew Sofia Bertolli  along with the young fashion designers featuring in the event, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Gianni Serra, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Gianni Serra, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Caterina Gatta, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Caterina Gatta, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

CovHERlab by Marco Grisolia, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

CovHERlab by Marco Grisolia, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Angelos Bratis, featuring in the Rome edition of event

Angelos Bratis, featuring in the Rome edition of event

Francesco Ballestrazzi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Francesco Ballestrazzi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Renato Balestra and her daughter Fabiana, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The sweet Renato Balestra and her daughter Fabiana, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sofia Bertolli, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sofia Bertolli, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Alessandro D' Amico, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Alessandro D’ Amico, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sara Lanzi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Sara Lanzi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The beautiful Sofia Bertolli - nephew of Renato Balestra - along with the creation by Sofia Bertolli

The beautiful Sofia Bertolli – nephew of Renato Balestra – along with the creation by Sofia Bertolli

A-Lab Milano, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A-Lab Milano, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Eleonora Niccolai, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Eleonora Niccolai, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Alessandra de Tomaso, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Alessandra de Tomaso, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Carta & Costura, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Carta & Costura, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Greta Boldini, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Greta Boldini, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Fabiana Balestra and Cesare Cunaccia, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Fabiana Balestra and Cesare Cunaccia, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Flavia La Rocca, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Flavia La Rocca, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

San Andres Milano, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

San Andres Milano, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Simone Rainer, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Simone Rainer, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Giulia Gobbi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Giulia Gobbi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Benedetta Bruzicches, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Benedetta Bruzicches, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Angelos Bratis, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Angelos Bratis, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Andrea Spezzigu, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Andrea Spezzigu, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The charming model Valentina Spina and the Palermo womenswear fashion designer Vito Petrotta, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The charming model Valentina Spina and the Palermo womenswear fashion designer Vito Petrotta, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

www.whiteshow.it

A creation by Renato Balestra along with his portrait

A creation by Renato Balestra along with his portrait

The atelier of Renato Balestra hosted “Be Blue, be Balestra”, the homage to the sweet and nice couturier featuring the blue (color of his eyes and leitmotiv of the latest collection presented during Altaroma) and emerging creatives – Alessandro D’ Amico, Angelos Bratis, Benedetta Bruzziches, Carta e Costura, Caterina Gatta, Charline De Luca, CovHERlab by Marco Grisolia, Giulia Gobbi, Greta Boldini, San Andres Milano and Sara Lanzi -paid homage to his creativity at Altaroma.

Angelos Bratis

Angelos Bratis

A successful initiative, to merge tradition and contemporary times I really wish that this is the beginning of developing other events and collaborations to showcase and promote the new in fashion, the new faces of fashion, joining with the masters of tradition, sartorialism and craftsmanship to renew and add new energy to legendary fashion houses there are in Rome and Italy, genuine heritage of made in Italy. A mission embodied and made concrete by Silvia Venturini Fendi as President of Altaroma I’m proud – as Italian – to celebrate.

NEO-COUTURE & GIOVANE CREATIVITÀ: “BE BLUE BE BALESTRA, OMAGGIO A RENATO BALESTRA” AD ALTAROMA

Caterina Gatta

Caterina Gatta

L’ atelier di Renato Balestra ha ospitato “Be Blue, be Balestra”, l’ omaggio al dolce e simpatico couturier di cui è protagonista il blu (colore dei suoi occhi e leitmotiv dell’ ultima collezione presentata ad Altaroma) e creativi emergenti emergenti – Alessandro D’ Amico, Angelos Bratis, Benedetta Bruzziches, Carta e Costura, Caterina Gatta, Charline De Luca, CovHERlab by Marco Grisolia, Giulia Gobbi, Greta Boldini, San Andres Milano e Sara Lanzi – hanno reso omaggio alla sua creatività ad Altaroma.

CovHERlab by Marco Grisolia

CovHERlab by Marco Grisolia

Una felice iniziativa, per fondere tradizione e contemporaneità, mi auguro vivamente che ciò sia l’ inizio del consolidamento di altri eventi e collaborazioni per esporre e promuovere il nuovo nella moda, i nuovi volti della moda, unendo le maestranze della tradizione, la sartorialità e artigianalità per rinnovare e aggiungere nuova energia a leggendarie case di moda che esistono a Roma e in Italia, autentica risorsa del of made in Italy. Una mission racchiusa e concretizzata da Silvia Venturini Fendi nelle vesti di Presidente di Altaroma che – da italiana – sono fiera di celebrare.

Carta & Costura

Carta & Costura

 

Alessandro D' Amico

Alessandro D’ Amico

 

Sara Lanzi

Sara Lanzi

 

Giulia Gobbi

Giulia Gobbi

 

 

Charline De Luca

Charline De Luca

 

 

Greta Boldini

Greta Boldini

 

 

Benedetta Bruzziches

Benedetta Bruzziches

 

 

Lupo Lanzara and the genius milliner Francesco Ballestrazzi

Lupo Lanzara and the genius milliner Francesco Ballestrazzi

 

Cesare Cunaccia and Fabiana Balestra talking about the details of textiles and craftsmanship featuring in the Spring/Summer collection 2013 of Renato Balestra

Cesare Cunaccia and Fabiana Balestra talking about the details of textiles and craftsmanship featuring in the Spring/Summer collection 2013 of Renato Balestra

 

Renato Balestra Spring/Summer 2013

Renato Balestra Spring/Summer 2013

 

 

Renato Balestra Spring/Summer 2013

Renato Balestra Spring/Summer 2013

 

The charming nephew of Renato Balestra who shows a creation he made under the sign of a bright and colored craftsmanship


The charming nephew of Renato Balestra who shows a creation he made under the sign of a bright and colored craftsmanship

 

 

The sweet Renato Balestra

The sweet Renato Balestra

 

www.altaroma.it

 

www.ashadedviewonfashion.com

mostra

A homage to the best tradition of craftsmanship by Italian fashion will feature in the exhibition “The seduction of craftsmanship or the beauty and well done” curated by Bonizza Giordani Aragno and Stefano Dominella (promoted by UnindustriaRome, Frosinone, Rieti and Viterbo industrialists and companies Union in collaboration with CNA- National Confederation of Lazio Craftsmanship and small and middle company and MAT-Museum of Arts and Folk Traditions, the Rome Chamber of Commerce and the support by Culture Ministry, Rome Province, the National Chamber of Italian Fashion and Altaroma) which will be opened on 5th December 2012 at the National Museum of Arts and Folk Traditions and run through 10th February 2013. Here it will be showcased a wide range of Italian creativity, combining haute-couture, ready to wear and demi-couture, the work by genius, legendary personas as Roberta di Camerino, Walter Albini, Gianni Versace, Gianfranco Ferrè, contemporary fashion designers as Antonio Marras, Missoni, Romeo Gigli, bright fashion designers under the sign of demi-couture and ready to wear as Sylvio Giardina, Gabriele Colangelo, Bragia, emerging talents as Benedetta Bruzziches, Sante Bozzo and Tiziano Guardini, the creations hosted by the Reggio Emilia ModatecaDeanna of Deanna Ferretti Veroni, Annamode, the Costumes of Rome Opera theatre and others along with the creations by the most talented students from the Lazio fashion schools as the renowned Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, Frosinone Arts Academy, Koefia Academy, Maria Maiano Academy, National Academy of Tailors, Rome European Design Institute, Virginia Woolf Institute, Ida Ferri fashion school. A nice happening to see and enjoy the old traditions of made in Italy overlapping to what already exists and what  is going to be developed, creativity in open order.

CREATIVITÀ IN ORDINE SPARSO: LA SEDUZIONE DELL’ ARTIGIANATO AL MUSEO NAZIONALE DELLE ARTI E TRADIZIONI POPOLARI 

Sylvio Giardina

Sylvio Giardina

Un omaggio alla migliore tradizione dell’ artigianato della moda italiana sarà protagonista della mostra “La seduzione dell’ artigianato ovvero il bello e ben fatto” curata da Bonizza Giordani Aragno e di Stefano Dominella (promossa da Unindustria-Unione degli Industriali e Imprese di Roma, Frosinone, Rieti e Viterbo in collaborazione con CNA- Confederazione Nazionale della piccola e media impresa del Lazio e il MAT-Museo delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari, la Rome Camera di Commercio di Roma e il patrocinio del Ministero dei Beni e Attività Culturali, la Provincia di Roma, la Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana e Altaroma) che sarà inaugurata il 5 dicembre 2012 presso il Museo Nazionale delle arti e Tradizioni Popolari e proseguirà fino al 10 febbraio 2013. Ivi sarà esposta un’ ampia rassegna di creatività che unisce l’ alta moda, il prêt a porter, l’ opera di geniali personaggi leggendari quali Roberta di Camerino, Walter Albini, Gianni Versace, Gianfranco Ferrè, fashion designers contemporanei quali Antonio Marras, Missoni, Romeo Gigli, brillanti fashion designers all’ insegna della demi-couture e del prêt a porter quali Sylvio Giardina, Gabriele Colangelo, Bragia, talenti emergenti quali Benedetta Bruzziches, Sante Bozzo e Tiziano Guardini, le creazioni ospitate dalla ModatecaDeanna di Reggio Emilia di Deanna Ferretti Veroni, Annamode, i Costumi del Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma e altri unitamente alle creazioni dei più talentuosi studenti delle scuole di moda del Lazio quali la rinomata Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma, l’ Accademia di Belle Arti di Frosinone, l’ Accademia Koefia, l’ Accademia Maria Maiano, l’ Accademia Nazionale dei Sartori,l’ Istituto Europeo di Design, l’ Istituto Virginia Woolf, la Scuola di Moda Ida Ferri. Un simpatico evento per vedere e apprezzare le vecchie tradizioni del made in Italy che si sovrappongono a ciò che già esiste e sta per essere consolidato, creatività in ordine sparso.

 

A suggestive showcase of bright creatives featured in the latest edition of Vogue Talents, organized by Vogue.it in collaboration with the cutting edge virtual boutique Thecorner.com, event which was held in Milan at Palazzo Morando, coincided with the latest edition of Milan Fashion Week where designers as Andrea Incontri, Pedro Lourenco, the bright designers duo formed by Ilenia Corti and Matteo Mena of Vernissage Project, Cecilia Bringheli of C.B. Made in Italy, Benedetta Bruzziches who made a capsule collection of bags in collaboration with Caterina Gatta, making use of vintage fabrics, Joanne Stoker, the nice Juan Caro and Fabio Sasso of Leitmotiv, presented the capsule collection they made available at Thecorner.com along with the Fall/Winter 2012-2013 collection. A smashing chance to enjoy emerging creativity.

I VOGUE TALENTS AL PALAZZO MORANDO DI MILANO

Andrea Incontri

Una suggestiva vetrina di brillanti creativi é stata protagonista dell’ ultima edizione di Vogue Talents, organizzata da Vogue.it in collaborazione con la boutique virtuale cutting edge Thecorner.com, evento che si é tenuto a Milano presso Palazzo Morando, in concomitanza con l’ ultima edizione della settimana della moda milanese in cui designer quali Andrea Incontri, Pedro Lourenco, il talentuoso duo di designer formato da Ilenia Corti e Matteo Mena di Vernissage Project, Cecilia Bringheli di C.B. Made in Italy, Benedetta Bruzziches che ha realizzato una collezione capsule di borse in collaborazione con Caterina Gatta, avvalendosi di tessuti vintage, Joanne Stoker, i simpatici Juan Caro e Fabio Sasso di Leitmotiv, hanno presentato la collezione capsule da loro realizzata, disponibile su Thecorner.com unitamente alla collezione autunno/inverno 2012-2013. Una formidabile occasione per apprezzare la creatività emergente.

Andrea Incontri Fall/Winter 2012-2013

 

Andrea Incontri and Leila Palermo

 

Leitmotiv

 

Leitmotiv

 

Leitmotiv

 

Leitmotiv Fall/Winter 2012-2013

 

Juan Caro and me at Palazzo Morando

 

Vernissage Project

 

Ilenia Corti

 

C.B. Made in Italy by Cecilia Bringheli

 

C.B. Made in Italy by Cecilia Bringheli

 

C.B. Made in Italy by Cecilia Bringheli

 

C.B. Made in Italy by Cecilia Bringheli

 

C.B. Made in Italy by Cecilia Bringheli

 

Pedro Lourenco

 

Vivì Ponti

 

Joanne Stoker

 

Benedetta Bruzziches capsule collection in collaboration with Caterina Gatta

 

Deanna Ferretti Veroni and Caterina Gatta

 

www.vogue.it

www.thecorner.com