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Sfioro

Sfioro

Sfioro” is a talk focused on the artist’s jewelry which will be held on 30th March 2016 at 6:30 pm in Milan at the Galleria Carla Sozzani, featuring Alba Cappellieri, director of the Vicenza Jewelry Museum, the architect Stefano Casciani, the visual artist Emilio Isgrò and the designer Franco Mello. The event celebrates the launch of “Sfioro” a new collection of artist’s and designer’s jewelry in limited edition, which will be available since 30th March 2016 at the renowned Milan concept store 10 Corso Como, ideated by Franco Mello, Mauro Bonafede and Susanna Besio Tosco, designed by Emilio Isgrò, Mimmo Paladino, Marco Gastini, Enzo Cucchi, Maurizio Cattelan, Matteo Bonafede, Franco Mello, Isak Runggaldier, Aldo Spinelli, Marzia Migliora and Damiano Spelta, successfully joining art, design and craftsmanship.

“SFIORO”: IL LANCIO DI UNA COLLEZIONE DI GIOIELLI DI ARTISTA ALLA GALLERIA CARLA SOZZANI DI MILANO

Me, myself & I along with Carla Sozzani at 10 Corso Como, photo by Vincent Law

Me, myself & I along with Carla Sozzani at 10 Corso Como, photo by Vincent Law

Sfioro” è un talk incentrato sul gioiello d’ artista che si terrà il 30 marzo 2016 alle 18:30 a Milano presso la Galleria Carla Sozzani di cui sarà protagonista Alba Cappellieri, direttore del Museo del Gioiello di Vicenza, l’ architetto Stefano Casciani, l’ artista Emilio Isgrò ed il designer Franco Mello. L’ evento celebra il lancio di “Sfioro” una nuova collezione di gioielli di artista e di designer in edizione limitata, che sarà disponibile a partire dal 30 marzo 2016 presso il rinomato concept store di Milano 10 Corso Como, ideata da Franco Mello, Mauro Bonafede e Susanna Besio Tosco, progettata da Emilio Isgrò, Mimmo Paladino, Marco Gastini, Enzo Cucchi, Maurizio Cattelan, Matteo Bonafede, Franco Mello, Isak Runggaldier, Aldo Spinelli, Marzia Migliora e Damiano Spelta, che unisce felicemente arte, design e artigianalità.

www.galleriacarlasozzani.org

 

The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

I recently saw again the fashion designer Isabella Tonchi, companion of interludes under the sign of art – that frequently focus on the openings of Galleria Carla Sozzani, as it happened months ago, for the opening of exhibition on fashion photographer Arthur Elgort – with whom I attended at the opening of “Deep, deeper”., solo exhibition featuring the artist David Murphy, which is held at the Milan Galleria Monica De Cardenas and runs through 31st July 2015. The British sculptor gave rise to drawings being in the space( one of them reminded me another reference to the idea of “deepness”, the music video “Deep six” by Marilyn Manson), arising from a successful search of matter, also impressed on canvas and talking about a dialogue and interaction with the natural world. I was also pleased to enjoy the works by Linda Fregni Nagler – Switzerland artist who is resident at the gallery – and the intensity and light melancholy of photography she made, telling about the theme of suicide.

“DEEP, DEEPER”, I DISEGNI NELLO SPAZIO DI DAVID MURPHY ALLA GALLERIA MONICA DE CARDENAS DI MILANO

The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

The show-room of Isabella Tonchi, photo by N

Ho recentemente rivisto la fashion designer Isabella Tonchi, compagna di interludi all’ insegna dell’ arte – che sovente si rivolgono alle inaugurazioni della Galleria Carla Sozzani, come è accaduto mesi fa per la opening della mostra sul fotografo di moda Arthur Elgort – con la quale ho partecipato alla opening di “Deep, deeper”, personale di solo David Murphy(che si tiene presso la Galleria di Milano Monica De Cardenas e prosegue fino al 31 luglio 2015), Lo scultore inglese ha dato vita a varie opere, sculture che sono disegni nello spazio (una delle quali mi ha ricordato un altro riferimento all’ idea di “profondità”, il video del brano “Deep six” di Marilyn Manson), nascono da una felice ricerca materica, impressa anche su tela e parlano di un dialogo e interazione con il mondo della natura. Mi ha rallegrato poter apprezzare anche le opere di Linda Fregni Nagler, artista svizzera rappresentata dalla galleria, , l’ intensità e lieve malinconia delle sue fotografie, che affrontano il tema del suicidio.

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

David Murphy, photo by N

David Murphy, photo by N

 

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

 

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

 

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

Linda Fregni Nagler, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Helena Christensen seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Helena Christensen seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Keith Richards seen by Arthur  Elgort, photo by N

Keith Richards seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Trinity moment ft. Carla Sozzani, Isabella Tonchi & me, myself and I, photo by N

Trinity moment ft. Carla Sozzani, Isabella Tonchi & me, myself and I, photo by N

 

Charlotte Rampling, SHE, the thinking beauty seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

Charlotte Rampling, SHE, the thinking beauty seen by Arthur Elgort, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with Isabella Tonchi at the Milan Monica De Cardenas Gallery, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Isabella Tonchi at the Milan Gallera Monica De Cardenas, photo by N

 

 

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www.isabellatonchi.com

www.galleriacarlasozzani.org

 

 

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

The Spring/Summer 2015 collection by Maison Martin Margiela, brand owned by Renzo Rosso and designed by John Galliano has been on show at 10 Corso Como, renowned Milan concept-store created by the brilliant Carla Sozzani. It was a suggestive showcase of sartorialism  from which has arisen a question: to which extent is the Margiela’s heritage in this collection? The answer is articulated and complex. These creations has to be considered by using a double profile or rather the approach of matter and the concept, the sign which made Margiela a signature. The way to use matter, combine different materials giving rise to an amazing work of experimentation, follows Martin Margiela’s lesson. Instead observing architecture as a whole, it shines the incisive and theatrical sign of John Galliano which overlaps and stands above the Margiela’s conceptual experience, fascinations that make me think about a kind of Marchioness Luisa Casati who visits avant-garde landscapes. That is really far away from the austere minimalism, joined to the experimentation and a fine work of craftsmanship – leitmotiv staying -,paradigm which made famous the brand. Anyway that has been just the debut of John Galliano, genius fashion designer, as creative director of brand, then naturally it will be much other to see in order to discover the way he will reinterpret, renew and enrich the sign of Margiela.

LA COLLEZIONE PRIMAVERA/ESTATE 2015 DI MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA IN MOSTRA A 10 CORSO COMO DI MILANO

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

La collezione primavera/estate 2015 di Maison Martin Margiela, brand di proprietà Renzo Rosso e disegnato da John Galliano è stata in mostra a 10 Corso Como, rinomato concept-store di Milano, creato dalla brillante Carla Sozzani. Una suggestiva rassegna di sartorialità da cui nasce una domanda: in che misura l’ heritage di Margiela si ritrova in questa collezione? La risposta è articolata e complessa. Tali creazioni devono essere prese in considerazione sotto un duplice profilo ovvero l’ approccio materico e il concept, il segno che ha reso Margiela una firma. Il modo di usare la materia, di abbinare diversi materiali, dando vita a un meraviglioso lavoro di sperimentazione segue la lezione di Martin Margiela. Osservando invece le architetture nella loro interezza, splende il segno incisivo e teatrale di John Galliano che si sovrappone e quasi sovrasta l’ esperienza concettuale di Margiela, fascinazioni che mi fanno pensare a una sorta di Marchesa Luisa Casati che visita paesaggi futuristici. Ciò è oltremodo lontano dall’ austero minimalismo, unito alla sperimentazione ed a una fine artigianalità, un leitmotiv che permane, paradigma che ha reso famoso il marchio. In ogni caso questo è stato il debutto di John Galliano, geniale fashion designer, nelle vesti di direttore creativo del brand, quindi ci sarà naturalmente molto altro da vedere al fine di scoprire il modo in cui costui reinterpreterà, rinnoverà ed arricchirà il segno di Margiela.

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Maison Martin Margiela Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

 

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photo by N

photo by N

Emotion is everything”, pearl of wisdom impressed in a t-shirt by Arthur Arbesser featuring in the marvelous presentation of Spring/Summer 2015 collection he made. Art meets fashion in a Sunday morning in Milan, caressed by sun lights. Industrial suggestions, a sublime alchemy, the art by Carlo Valsecchi, a tribute to Walter Keller and  the sporty-chic minimalism by the bright Austrian fashion designer  Arthur Arbesser, a highly evocative path, curated by Luca Cipelletti, which has held in an old garage. It was a silent and intense dialogue, emphasized by the interiors and its details. Matter, transformations, research and emotion. That is embodied in the creations by Arthur, resulting from a bright work of experimentation. Red, black, blue, white, beige, light blue, light grey, colored prints, geometric patterns, a smashing combination of cloths – cotton, canvas, alcantara, technical cloths and organza – and minimal architectures successfully make concrete the paradigm “Less is more” by Mies van Der Rohe. Overalls, suits, bermuda shorts, sweatshirts and dresses of whose fluid  and clean lines talk about elegance and contemporary times.

L’EMOZIONE É TUTTO: IL MINIMALISMO SPORTY-CHIC DI ARTHUR ARBESSER

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

L’ emozione è tutto”, perla di saggezza impressa in una t-shirt di Arthur Arbesser protagonista della splendida presentazione della sua collezione primavera/estate 2015. L’ arte incontra la moda una domenica mattina a Milano, accarezzata dai raggi di sole. Suggestioni industrial, una sublime alchimia, l’ arte di Carlo Valsecchi, un tributo a Walter Keller e il minimalismo sporty-chic del brillante fashion designer austriaco  Arthur Arbesser, un percorso altamente evocativo, curato da Luca Cipelletti, che si è tenuto in un vecchio garage. Un silente e intenso dialogo enfatizzato dagli interni e i suoi dettagli. Materia, trasformazioni, ricerca ed emozione. Questo è ciò che è racchiuso nelle creazioni di Arthur, risultato di un brillante lavoro di sperimentazione. Rosso, nero, blu, bianco, beige, celeste, grigio chiaro, stampe colorate, motivi geometrici, trasparenze, una formidabile combinazione di tessuti – cotone, canvas, alcantara, tessuti tecnici ed organza – e architetture minimali concretizzano felicemente il paradigma “il meno è più” di Mies van Der Rohe. Tute, tailleurs, bermuda, felpe e abiti, le cui linee fluide e pulite parlano di eleganza e di contemporaneità.

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Details from the knitwear featuring in the Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Details from the knitwear featuring in the Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artwork by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artwork by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artwork by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artwork by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Athur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

photo by N

photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artworks by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015 & the artwork by Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, Dalmine, Bergamo, 2002, private collection, courtesy Carla Sozzani, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, Dalmine, Bergamo, 2002, private collection, courtesy Carla Sozzani, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Ladies & gentlemen...The Doors, photo by N

Ladies & gentlemen…The Doors, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Carlo Valsecchi, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

photo by N

The silent lyricism of objects, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser and Tommaso Aquilano, photo by N

Arthur Arbesser and Tommaso Aquilano, photo by N

Me, myself & I and Arthur Arbesser, photo by N

Me, myself & I and Arthur Arbesser, photo by N

www.arthurarbesser.com

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10 Corso Como is the place where I often am often during these days to enjoy art, visions and culture about which I tell soon. The renowned concept store created by the bright Carla Sozzani, yesterday hosted a smashing afternoon event featuring the legendary artist, fashion designer, stylist and film producer Maripol – warm-hearted individual of whose open-minded and joyful, easy-going attitude I enjoyed very much – and the collaborative project she made with the French brand and artistic collective Each x Other. Here it was showcased a collection of jackets, jeans and shirts where it was impressed the story and art by Maripol – along with the jewelry collection “Atomic glamour” she made -, turned into prints, telling about an age, the Eighties in New York City, its leading characters and places as Klaus Nomi. Music, fashion, art, experimentation and spontaneità. An atmosphere under the sign of color and freedom, emphasized by “Love therapy”, the series of vintage t-shirts by Elio Fiorucci enriched by prints featuring Maripol and the video of Elio Fiorucci’s New York store where artists as Klaus Nomi and Joey Arias performed, dancing behind its windows.

ARTE & MODA A 10 CORSO COMO MILANO: IL PROGETTO COLLABORATIVO DI MARIPOL CON EACH x OTHER

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

10 Corso Como è il luogo in cui mi trovo spesso in questi giorni per apprezzare arte, visioni e cultura di cui presto parlerò. Il rinomato concept store creato dalla brillante Carla Sozzani ha ieri ospitato un formidabile evento pomeridiano con la leggendaria artista, fashion designer, produttrice cinematografica e stylist Maripol  – generosa individualità la cui apertura e gioviale informalità ho molto apprezzato – e il suo progetto collaborativo con il brand e collettivo artistico francese Each x Other. É stata ivi presentata una collezione di giacche, jeans e camicie in cui era impressa la storia e l’ arte di Maripol – unitamente alla sua collezione di gioielli “Atomic glamour” -, trasformate in stampe, che raccontano un’ epoca, gli anni Ottanta a New York City, i suoi protagonisti quali Klaus Nomi. Musica, moda, arte, sperimentazione e spontaneità. Un atmosfera all’ insegna di colore e libertà, enfatizzata da “Love therapy”, la serie di t-shirt vintage di Elio Fiorucci, arricchite da stampe con Maripol e dal video della boutique di New York di Elio Fioruccci in cui artisti come Klaus Nomi e Joey Arias si esibivano ballando dinanzi alle sue vetrine.

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

 

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

"Love therapy", t-shirts by Elio Fiorucci along with Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

“Love therapy”, t-shirts by Elio Fiorucci along with Maripol for Each x Other at Milan 10 Corso Como, photo by N

 

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada and Elio Fiorucci, photo by N

Agatha Ruiz de la Prada and Elio Fiorucci, photo by N

 

Jewelry Atomic glamour by Maripol, photo by N

Jewelry Atomic glamour by Maripol, photo by N

 

Jewelry Atomic glamour by Maripol, photo by N

Jewelry Atomic glamour by Maripol, photo by N

Maripol and Vincent Law, proud of wearing  the cuff she made, photo by N

Maripol and Vincent Law, proud of wearing the cuff she made, photo by N

 

 

Me, myself & I along with the brilliant Carla Sozzani, photo by Vincent Law

Me, myself & I along with the brilliant Carla Sozzani, photo by Vincent Law

 

 

www.maripolitan.com

www.each-other.com

www.10corsocomo.com

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It will be held on 4th November 2013, at 7:00 pm, in Milan at the Galleria Carla Sozzani the conference about economy and landscape, organized by NABA in collaboration with Repower and Quodlibet, featuring the celebrated author, entomologist, gardener, agronomist engineer and landscape architect Gilles Clément, who theorized the idea of third landscape and planetary garden and third landscape (concept embodied in the book he wrote “The manifesto of third landscape”, Quodlibet editions, 12,00 Euros, including “the places abandoned by the man”: parks and natural reserves and also the more little and diffused space that are almost invisible like the industrial disused areas. Spaces that are different in the shape and dimensions, but they share the same lack of any human activity and are are equally fundamental to the conservation of biological diversity and the future of planet). The conference will be introduced by the the renowned architect Italo Rota  and moderated by Manuel Orazi. A not to be missed happening to rethink more consciously about the landscape.

UN INTERLUDIO DI CULTURA: ECONOMIA & PAESAGGIO AT THE MILAN GALLERIA CARLA SOZZANI

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Gilles Clément

Si terrà il 4 novembre 2013, alle ore 19:00, a Milano presso la Galleria Carla Sozzani la conferenza su l’ economia e il paesaggio, organizzata da NABA in collaborazione con Repower e Quodlibet, di cui sarà protagonista il celebre scrittore, entomologo, giardiniere, ingegnere agronomo e architetto paesaggista Gilles Clément, che ha teorizzato l’ idea del terzo paesaggio e del giardino planetario (concetto racchiuso nel suo libro “Il manifesto del terzo paesaggio”, Quodlibet, 12,00 Euro, che include “i luoghi abbandonati dall’ uomo: parchi e riserve naturali ed anche spazi più piccoli e diffusi che sono quasi invisibili come le aree industriali dismesse. Spazi che sono diversi per forma e dimensioni, ma sono tutti accomunati dalla mancanza di attività umana e ugualmente fondamentali per la conservazione della diversità biologica ed il futuro del pianeta). La conferenza sarà introdotta dal rinomato architetto Italo Rota e moderata da Manuel Orazi. Un evento imperdibile per ripensare al paesaggio in modo più consapevole.

www.galleriacarlasozzani.org

Tony  Viramontes, photo by Alice Springs, 1986, courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Tony Viramontes, photo by Alice Springs, 1986, courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

The illustrations of celebrated fashion illustrator Tony Viramontes will feature in the exhibition “Tony Viramontes, bold beautiful and damnedwhich will be held from 5th September to 3rd November 2013 in Milan at the renowned Carla Sozzani Gallery. Here it will be told the creative path of the artist, his unique, hard and direct style which has been a great contrast which the soft pastel school of fashion illustration which prevailed during the late Seventies, age where the Los Angeles fashion illustrator debuted. A smashing showcase of his work, including works resulting from collaborations with brands as Valentino, Jean Paul GaultierClaude Montana and portraits of personas as Duran Duran, Janet Jackson and Paloma Picasso, evidencing and imagery depicting an age, the New wave age and its shining vibrations and successfully telling avout the idea, guideline of Tony Viramontes: “it is essential to capture an image, not a detail, not a garment or an expression, but an impression”. A not to be missed happening to enjoy a vibrant creative who marked an age.

TONY VIRAMONTES, BOLD BEAUTIFUL & DAMNED ALLA GALLERIA CARLA SOZZANI DI MILANO

Valentino Haute Couture, 1984, courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Valentino Haute Couture, 1984, courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Le illustrazioni del celebre illustratore di moda Tony Viramontes saranno protagonisti della mostra “Tony Viramontes, bold beautiful and damnedche si terrà dal 5 settembre al 3 novembre 2013 a Milano presso la rinomata Galleria Carla Sozzani. Ivi sarà raccontato l’ iter creativo dell’ artista, il suo unico stile ruvido e diretto che ha rappresentato un grande contrasto con la scuola del leggiadro pastello prevalente durante la fine degli anni Settanta, epoca in cui l’ illustratore di moda Los Angeles ha debuttato. Una formidabile esposizione della sua opera che include lavori derivanti dalle collaborazioni con Valentino, Jean Paul GaultierClaude Montana e ritratti di personaggi quali Duran Duran, Janet Jackson e Paloma Picasso, un immaginario che dipinge un’ epoca, l’ epoca della New wave e le sue splendide vibrazioni e racconta felicemente l’ idea, la linea guida di Tony Viramontes: “è essenziale catturare un’ immagine, non un dettaglio, non un capo o un’ espressione, ma un’ impressione”. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare un vibrante creative che ha segnato un’ epoca.

Jean Paul Gaultier by Tony Viramontes, 1984, courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Jean Paul Gaultier by Tony Viramontes, 1984, courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Janice Dickinon in a hat by Montana by Tony Viramontes, 1984,  courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Janice Dickinson in a hat by Montana by Tony Viramontes, 1984, courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Paloma Picasso by Tony Viramontes, 1984, photo courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

Paloma Picasso by Tony Viramontes, 1984, photo courtesy of Galleria Carla Sozzani

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Daniela Morera will feature on 5th June 2013 in Milan at 6:00 pm the renowned concept store of Carla Sozzani 10 Corso Como in the book signing of “Stephen Burrows, when fashion danced”(Skira editions, 45.00 $) she wrote, documenting the exhibition she curated which is currently held at the Museum of City of New York, runs through 28th July 2013 and telling about a genius who innovated the American fashion during the Seventies, marked this glamorous and liberated era and dressed iconic personas as Liza Minnelli, Cher and Diana Ross.

LA BOOK SIGNING DI “STEPHEN BURROWS, WHEN FASHION DANCED” CON DANIELA MORERA 10 CORSO COMO DI MILANO

Stephen Burrows

Stephen Burrows

Daniela Morera sarà protagonista il 5 giugno 2013 a Milano alle ore 18:00 presso il rinomato concept store di Carla Sozzani 10 Corso Como della book signing “Stephen Burrows, when fashion danced” (Edizioni Skira, 45.00 $)  da lei scritto, che documenta la mostra da lei curata la quale si tiene attualmente presso il Museum of City of New York, prosegue fino al 28 luglio 2013 e racconta di un genio che ha innovato la moda americana negli anni Settanta, ha segnato questa epoca all’ insegna del glamour e dell’ emancipazione e ha vestito personaggi iconici quali Liza Minnelli, Cher e Diana Ross.

Stephen Burrows

Stephen Burrows

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VS2R Accessories, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

VS2R Accessories, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

It has opened “Vogue talents”, the exhibition which is held in Milan at Palazzo Morando, featuring the most promising and cutting edge fashion designers, event – enjoyed by people from the fashion world as Suzy Menkes, Cesare Cunaccia, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Carla Sozzani, Federico Marchetti, Simonetta GianfeliciFranca Sozzani, Delfina DelettrezGoga AshkenaziRodolfo Paglialunga and many others – ideated by Vogue Italia in collaboration with the virtual multi-brand boutique Thecorner.com (by Yoox Group) which sells the creations made by these young fashion designers. A successful chance to enjoy what is new in fashion.

MILAN FASHION WEEK: L’ INAUGURAZIONE DI “VOGUE TALENTS” A PALAZZO MORANDO

VS2R Accessories, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

VS2R, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

É stata inaugurata “Vogue talents”, la mostra che si tiene a Milano presso Palazzo Morando, di cui sono protaqonisti i fashion designers più promettenti e cutting edge, evento – apprezzato da personaggi del mondo della moda quali Suzy Menkes, Cesare Cunaccia, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Carla Sozzani, Federico Marchetti, Simonetta Gianfelici,Franca Sozzani, Delfina Delettrez, Goga Ashkenazi, Rodolfo Paglialunga e molti altri – ideato da Vogue Italia in collaborazione con la boutique multibrand virtuale Thecorner.com (del Gruppo Yoox) che vende le creazioni realizzate da questi giovani fashion designers. Una felice occasione per apprezzare ciò che è nuovo nella moda.

Slivia Venturini Fendi and Cesare Cunaccia in the crowd, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Slivia Venturini Fendi and Cesare Cunaccia in the crowd, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Palmer/Harding, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Palmer/Harding, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Palmer/Hardinf, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Palmer/Harding, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Palmer/Harding, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Palmer/Harding, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Carla Sozzani looking at the creations by Palmer/Harding, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Carla Sozzani looking at the creations by Palmer/Harding, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Heaven Tanudiredja, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Heaven Tanudiredja, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Heaven Tanudiredja, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Heaven Tanudiredja, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

L'F Unisex, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

L’F Unisex, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

L'F Unisex, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

L’F Unisex, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Suzy Menkes, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Suzy Menkes, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kzenyis, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kzenyia, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Goga Ashkenazi and Federico Marchetti in the crowd as well as Giuliana Bonafaccia Mancinelli, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Goga Ashkenazi and Federico Marchetti in the crowd, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kirsty Ward, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kirsty Ward wearing the jewelry she made, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kirtsty Ward, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kirsty Ward, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kirsty Ward, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Kirsty Ward, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Delfina Delettrez, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Delfina Delettrez, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Nana Aganovich, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Nana Aganovich, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Rodolfo Paglialunga, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Rodolfo Paglialunga, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Silvia Venturini Fendi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Silvia Venturini Fendi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Franca Sozzani, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Franca Sozzani, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

It has recently presented at the renowned Milanese concept store of Carla Sozzani 10 Corso Como, the new successful collaboration under the sign of knitwear, color, fun prints and geometric patterns, featuring the fashion designer Matthew Williamson who teamed with the brand Ballantyne, making catchy timeless creations.

MATTHEW WILLIAMSON FOR BALLANTYNE A MILANO DA 10 CORSO COMO

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

È stata recente presentata presso il rinomato concept store Milanese di Carla Sozzani 10 Corso Como, la nuova felice collaborazione all’ insegna di maglieria, colore, divertenti stampe e motivi geometrici, di cui è protagonista il fashion designer Matthew Williamson che ha collaborato con il brand Ballantyne, realizzando accattivanti creazioni senza tempo.

Mattew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Matthew Williamson for Ballantyne at 10 Corso Como, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

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