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Galitzine by Sergio Zambon Spring/Summer 2013, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

It has recently presented during the latest edition of Milan Fashion Week at the renowned concept-store of Carla Sozzani 10 Corso Como the Spring/Summer 2013 capsule collection of Galitzine which is under the sign of conceptual and refined creativity by the bright fashion designer Sergio Zambon as creative director, featuring the glamour, a sophisticated elegance, light colors along with different shades of white, black, colored prints, precious details as Swarovski appliques and catchy shoes, successfully joining a timeless refinement to the comfort and being born to be a genuine passé-partout, “a uniform” as Jackie Kennedy asserted yesterday.

UN FELICE RITORNO: IL PIGIAMA PALAZZO DI GALITZINE DI SERGIO ZAMBON A 10 CORSO COMO DI MILANO 

Galitzine Spring/Summer 2013, photo by Elisabetta Facco

É stata recentemente presentata in occasione dell’ ultima edizione della Milan Fashion Week presso il rinomato concept-store di Carla Sozzani 10 Corso Como la capsule collection primavera/estate 2013 di Galitzine che é all’ insegna della concettuale e raffinata creatività del brillante designer Sergio Zambon nelle vesti di direttore creativo di cui sono protagonisti il glamour, una sofisticata eleganza, colori tenui unitamente a svariate nuance di bianco, nero, stampe colorate, dettagli preziosi quali le applicazioni di Swarovski ed accattivanti calzature che felicemente uniscono una raffinatezza senza tempo al comfort e sono nati per essere un autentico passé-partout, “una uniforme” come affermava ieri Jackie Kennedy.

Galitzine by Sergio Zambon Spring/Summer 2013, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Galitzine by Sergio Zambon Spring/Summer 2013, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Galitzine by Sergio Zambon Spring/Summer 2013, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Galitzine by Sergio Zambon Spring/Summer 2013, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Sergio Zambon along with a model wearing the Galitzine Spring/Summer 2013 he designed and a journalist interviewing with him, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Galitzine by Sergio Zambon Spring/Summer 2013, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The sweet Sergio Zambon, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

 

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Carmina Campus, photo by Raffaele Granato

It was recently showcased in Rome at the RE(f)USE store – during the Rome edition of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO) -, hosting the accessories, jewelry and furnishing by Carmina Campus, the new catchy creations of brand created by the pioneer Italian ethical fashion designer – and darling friend – Ilaria Venturini Fendi, including the collection arisen from the collaboration with the cars brand Mini, made by re-use of Mini Roadster components. A smashing chance to enjoy fashion, its aesthetics embodying a healthy and vibrant ethic.

LA VFNO DI ROMA: L’ ARTE DEL RIUSO DI CARMINA CAMPUS

Carmina Campus and Raffaele Granato on the frame, photo by Raffaele Granato

É stata recentemente esposta a Roma presso la boutique RE(f)USE – in occasione dell’ edizione romana della Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO) – che ospita gli accessori, i gioielli ed I componenti di arredo di Carmina Campus, le nuove accattivanti creazioni del brand creato dalla pionieristica designer italiana – e cara amica – Ilaria Venturini Fendi che include la collezione nata dalla collaborazione con il marchio di automobili Mini, realizzato mediante il riuso dei componenti della Mini Roadster. Una formidabile occasione per apprezzare la moda, la sua estetica che racchiude una salubre e vibrante etica.

Carmina Campus

Carmina Campus, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus, photo  by Raffaele Granato

The RE(f)USE store, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus

Carmina Campus, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

A history of the eye moment featuring Carmina Campus for Mini & Elisabetta Facco, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

 

Sylvio Giardina and Ilaria Venturini Fendi on video, photo by Raffaele Granato

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Emanuela Nobile Mino at the Ugo Ferranti Gallery

Les objets singuliers”, consists of two exhibitions curated by Emanuela Nobile Mino during the latest edition of AltaRoma at the Ugo Ferranti art gallery and O Design gallery, featuring exclusive creations, catchy scarves that are exhibited at the Ugo Ferranti gallery – available on www.filedundernet.com – along with unusual creations such as the jewelry – created with animal tripe – along with furnishing made by Fernando and Humberto Campana, clothing and accessories by Florian Böhm, Kostantin Gricic, Annahita Kamali, Luca Pizzaroni, Joanna Grawunder and Sergio Zambon, The exhibition joins art, fashion and design, followed by a fun party I enjoyed  and which was held at Gusto.

“LES OBJETS SINGULIERS”: ARTE, MODA & DESIGN AD ALTA ROMA

Scarves exhibited at the Ugo Ferranti Art Gallery

Les objets singuliers”, consiste di due mostre curate da Emanuela Nobile Mino in occasione di AltaRoma presso la galleria Ugo Ferranti art e la galleria O Design di cui sono protagoniste esclusive creazioni, accattivanti foulard che sono stati esposti alla galleria Ugo Ferranti – disponibile su www.filedundernet.com – unitamente a insolite creazioni quali i gioielli – creati con trippa animale – unitamente agli arredi realizzati da Fernando e Humberto Campana, abbigliamento ed accessori di Florian Böhm, Kostantin Gricic, Annahita Kamali, Luca Pizzaroni, Joanna Grawunder e Sergio Zambon, La mostra unisce arte, moda e design, seguita da un divertente party che ho apprezzato e si è tenuto da Gusto.

A scarf exhibited at the Ugo Ferranti Art Gallery

A scarf exhibited at the Ugo Ferranti Art Gallery

A model wearing clothes and accessories by Sergio Zambon and the lighting bag by Joanna Grawunder

The lighting bag by Joanna Grawunder

Fernando & Humberto Campana at the O Design Gallery

Fernando & Humberto Campana at the O Design Gallery

Fernando & Humberto Campana at the O Design Gallery

Fernando & Humberto Campana at the O Design Gallery

The visual artist Enzo Cucchi at the O Design Gallery

Carla Fendi, Bonizza Giordani Aragno and Silvia Venturini Fendi at the O Design Gallery

Sergio Zambon talking with Ilaria Venturini Fendi and the artists featuring in the exhibition during the party which was held at Gusto

The critic and author Angelo Capasso, Nicola Paccagnella, Florian Böhm. Elisabetta Facco, Emanuela Nobile Mino and Maurizio Faraoni

My friend Ilaria Venturini Fendi and me

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Fernando and Humberto Campana

It has recently opened the exhibition “Privato Romano interno” – event organized in collaboration with the Brazil Embassy in Rome, the Fiat House of Culture and the Culture Minister of Brazil -, curated by Emanuela Nobile Mino, which was held in Rome at Palazzo Pamphilj, featuring the contemporary baroque of suggestive works by Fernando and Humberto Campana, joining to Italian baroque by Borromini and Cortona of whose works are in the ancient building, office of the Brazil Embassy in Rome. The exhibition, following until 23rd June 2011, presents a series of tables, lamps and chandeliers exclusively created for the rooms of Palazzo Pamphilj. A not to be missed happening to enjoy art, elegance and creativity.

PRIVATO ROMANO INTERNO”, BRAZILIAN BAROQUE COLLECTION DI FERNANDO E HUMBERTO CAMPANA AL PALAZZO PAMPHILJ DI ROMA

Fernando and Humberto Campana

È stata recentemente inaugurata la mostra “Privato Romano interno”- evento realizzato in collaborazione con l‘ Ambasciata del Brasile a Roma, la casa Fiat di Cultura ed il Ministero della cultura del Brasile -, curata da Emanuela Nobile Mino che si è tenuta a Roma presso Palazzo Pamphilj ed ha quale protagonista il barocco contemporaneo delle suggestive opere di Fernando ed Humberto Campana che si unisce al barocco italiano di Borromini and Cortona le cui opere si trovano nell‘antico palazzo, sede dell‘ Ambasciata del Brasile a Roma. La mostra che prosegue fino al 23 giugno 2011 presenta una serie di tavoli, lampade e candelabri create esclusivamente per gli ambienti di Palazzo Pamphilj. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare arte, eleganza e creatività.

Fernando and Humberto Campana Sergio Zambon and me

 Emanuela Nobile Mino, me, Delfina Delettrez and Elisabetta Facco

 

Sergio Zambon and me

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