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Bouboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

Creativity, cutting edge brands and vibrant emerging creatives who joins a catchy design to a bright craftsmanship featured in the White latest edition. Boboutic, smashing Florentine brand focused on search and experimentation on knitwear created by the bright fashion designers duo formed by Cristina Zamagni and Michel Bergamo, has been one of the special guests of event and hosted a performance to present “La Bic non si getta” (meaning “the Bic doesn’ t throw”), the Spring/Summer collection 2014. The performance, ideated by Kinkaleri starred the Jerusalem, Palestine native artist Ramzy Abu Assab and explored the idea of surface, light adherence, fluidity and simplicity, paradigms of the brand which involved in this collection the teaming with fashion designer Niccolò Magrelli.

One of the paper pieces featuring in the performance by Kinkaleri, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

One of the paper pieces featuring in the performance by Kinkaleri, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

Bouboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

Another special guest has been the celebrated jewelry brand Iosselliani which showcased the new collection joining a combination of gems set into avant-garde constructions under the sign of postmodern suggestions.

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Bella Freud, brilliant fashion designer creating knitwear, a genuine ironic passé-partout embodying high-end materials has also been a special guest.

Bella Freud Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Bella Freud Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Bella Freud Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Bella Freud Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

It returned at White as special guest Cat’s, the young line of Tsumori Chisato talking about color, fun patterns, comfort, nonchalance and irony.

Tsumori Chisato Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Tsumori Chisato Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Last but not the least, a successful evidence of care and search of emerging creatives made concrete by White has been is the work by the artist and fashion designer Alessandro Di Cola, who also returned for the second time in the A.I. area – arising from a successful teaming with Altaroma – of fashion tradeshow event to present the collection of bags he made, little, fun sculptures giving rise to a nice dialogue between fashion and art.

Alessandro di Cola, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Alessandro di Cola, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

LA VIBRANTE CREATIVITÀ IN MOSTRA AL WHITE

Bouboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Cristina Zamagni

Creatività, brands cutting edge e creativi emergenti che uniscono un design accattivante a una brillante artigianalità sono stati i protagonisti dell’ ultima edizione del White. Boboutic, formidabile marchio fiorentino rivolto alla ricerca e sperimentazione sulla maglieria creato dal brillante duo di fashion designers formato da Cristina Zamagni e Michel Bergamo, è stato uno degli special guests dell’ evento ed ha ospitato una performance per presentare “La Bic non si getta”, la collezione primavera/estate 2014. La performance, ideata da Kinkaleri ha avuto quale protagonista l’ artista di Gerusalemme, natio della Palestina Ramzy Abu Assab ed ha esplorato l’ idea di superficie, la sottile aderenza, fluidità e semplicità, paradigmi del brand che si è avvalso in questa collezione della collaborazione con il fashion designer Niccolò Magrelli.

Bouboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Un’ altro special guest è stato il celebre marchio di gioielli Iosselliani che ha esposto la nuova collezione che unisce una combinazione di pietre preziose assemblate in avveniristiche costruzioni all’ insegna di suggestioni postmoderne.

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Iosselliani Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Bella Freud, brillante fashion designer che realizza maglieria, un autentico, ironico passe-partout che racchiude in sé materiali di alta qualità è stata anche lei una special guest.

Bella Freud Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Bella Freud Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

È tornata al White nelle vesti di special guest Cat’s, la linea giovane di Tsumori Chisato che parla di colore, divertenti motivi, comfort, nonchalance e ironia.

Alessandro di Cola, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Alessandro di Cola, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Last but not least, una felice dimostrazione dell’ attenzione e ricerca di creativi emergenti concretizzata dal White il lavoro dell’ artista e fashion designer Alessandro Di Cola, anche lui tornato per la seconda volta nell’ area di A.I. – che nasce da una felice collaborazione con Altaroma – dell’ evento fieristico di moda per presentare la collezione di borse da lui realizzate, piccole divertenti sculture che danno vita a un simpatico dialogo tra moda e arte.

Alessandro di Cola, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Alessandro di Cola, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

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Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Knitwear beyond knitwear, a continuous exploration of the many potentialities of a material, giving rise to outfits under the sign of a sophisticated simplicity is the leitmotiv of Boboutic, renowned brand created by the architect Michel Bergamo and the architect and photographer Cristina Zamagni (who have chosen the city of Florence as place to live and create). The aesthetics of lightness of brand shines in the Spring/Summer 2013 collection featuring cotton, linen and smashing combinations of rayon, viscose, a manufacture giving rise to light stripe effect, prints on cotton with marbled effect as well as the paper effect of cloth, created by using a special manufacture of knitwear emphasizing the construction of items and a palette of colors including natural nuances along with black, light grey, blue, light blue and catchy shades of red and orange, successfully joining a caressing comfort to a refined thinking femininity.

MAGLIERIA OLTRE LA MAGLIERIA: L’ ESTETICA DELLA LEGGEREZZA DI BOBOUTIC

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Maglieria oltre la maglieria, una continua esplorazione delle plurime potenzialità di un materiale che dà vita a capi all’ insegna di una sofisticata semplicità è il leitmotiv di Boboutic, rinomato brand creato dall’ architetto Michel Bergamo e dall’ architetto e fotografo Cristina Zamagni (che hanno scelto la città di Firenze quale luogo per vivere e creare). L’ estetica della leggerezza del brand splende nella collezione primavera estate 2013 di cui sono protagonisti cotone, lino e formidabili combinazioni di rayon, viscose, una manifattura che dà vita a un lieve effetto a strisce, stampe su cotone dall’ effetto marmorizzato come anche l’ effetto carta del tessuto, creato avvalendosi di una speciale lavorazione della maglieria che enfatizza la costruzione dei capi e una palette di colori che include nuances naturali unitamente a nero, grigio chiaro, blu, celeste e accattivanti sfumature di rosso e arancione che felicemente uniscono un carezzevole comfort a una raffinata femminilità pensante.

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

Boboutic Spring/Summer 2013

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The exhibition “In the making”, curated by Maria Luisa Frisa at Fashion Design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice

Refinement, emerging talents, bright and coherent work is the essence of what the University Iuav of Venice is about. The public institution trains young people and is headed by the fashion curator/critic/author/professor, Maria Luisa Frisa. Her initiatives have a contemporary and international concept which is oriented around a leitmotiv I celebrate – featured in “Fashion at Iuav”, the event was recently held in Treviso and included three events: the exhibition “In the making” at the Iuav University of Venice Fashion Design Faculty, curated by Maria Luisa Frisa which presented the works of the fashion design workshops of the three-year Fashion Design Degree Course, “End of the year show” at Palazzo Giacomelli, curated by Fabio Quaranta which hosted a series of catchy installations and tableaux-vivant and the refined “Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni, featuring the works of graduate students from the Fashion Design Bachelor of Arts and Master Advanced Course. The graduates offered many interesting proposals: “The new comers 2012” showcased in several boutiques, turning the city into a little cathedral of fashion. A laudable event I enjoyed and shared with my friend Simone Sbarbati, editor of blog  Frizzi Frizzi(www.frizzifrizzi.it).

 

 

 

RAFFINATEZZA & CREATIVITÀ EMERGENTE A TREVISO: “FASHION AT IUAV” 2012

The exhibition “In the making”, curated by Maria Luisa Frisa at Fashion Design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice

 

Raffinatezza, talenti emergenti, lavoro brillante e coerente é l’ essenza di ciò che rappresenta l’ Università Iuav di Venezia. L’ istituzione pubblica forma I giovani ed é diretta dalla curatrice/critica/scrittrice/docente di moda, Maria Luisa Frisa. Le sue iniziative hanno un concept contemporaneo ed internazionale che è rivolto ad un leitmotiv che celebro, protagonista di “Fashion at Iuav”, l’ evento si é recentemente tenuto a Treviso ed ha incluso tre eventi: la mostra “In the making” presso la Facoltà di Fashion Design dell’ Univerdita Iuav di Venezia, curate da Maria Luisa Frisa che ha presentato i lavori dei laboratori di fashion design workshops del Corso di Laurea triennale di Fashion Design, “End of the year show” presso Palazzo Giacomelli, curato da Fabio Quaranta che ha ospitato una serie di accattivanti installazioni e tableaux-vivant ed il raffinato “Graduation show” presso la Riviera Santa Margherita, diretto da Mario Lupano e Cristina Zamagni con il lavori dei neolaureati del Corso di Laurea Triennale e Magistrale di Fashion Design. I neolaureati hanno offerto molteplici proposte interessanti: “The new comers 2012” hanno esposto in svariate boutiques, trasformando la città in una piccola cattedrale della moda. Un evento lodevole che ho apprezzato e condiviso con il mio amico Simone Sbarbati, editor del blog Frizzi Frizzi(www.frizzifrizzi.it).  

The exhibition “In the making”, curated by Maria Luisa Frisa at Fashion Design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice

The new comers 2012 on the Treviso road

The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

A collection of accessories inspired by the plexiglas chair, featuring in The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

A collection of accessories inspired by the plexiglas chair, featuring in The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

A collection of accessories inspired by the plexiglas chair, featuring in The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

A collection of accessories inspired by the plexiglas chair, featuring in The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

The “end of year show”, curated by Fabio Quaranta at Palazzo Giacomelli

Maria Luisa Frisa and Andrea Toma at Palazzo Giacomelli

Sunset on a channel, at Riviera Santa Margherita going to the “graduation show”, photo by Simone Sbarbati

The catchy set up of fashion show

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

“Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

A collection of accessories featuring in the “Graduation show” at Riviera Santa Margherita, directed by Mario Lupano and Cristina Zamagni

Carlo Contrada

Fabio Quaranta and Simone Sbarbati at Basilico 13 restaurant where…

…I enjoyed an Epicurean interlude, the meringue filled with blackberries

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