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Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Experimentation, reinterpretations and innovations, an atmosphere smelling of creativity, those are the main features of Talents 2016, fashion contest of the Rome Costume and Fashion Academy – which was held at the marvelous building of Rome Ex Dogana, place under the sign of industrial, metropolitan suggestions and contemporary times where took place the events curated by Altaroma – which featured the final works by the graduated students of the renowned fashion school headed by Lupo Lanzara and Adrien Yakimov Roberts as director of education, showed behind a jury of experts as Silvia Venturini Fendi (President of Altaroma), Carlo Capasa (President of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion), Laura Lusuardi (Max Mara Creative Director), Leonardo Pucci (Christian Dior) and many others. Ilaria Fiore won this edition, who has also awarded with a special prize for the accessories she made. The bright creative made a capsule collection joining sartorialism and experimentation, combines the cloth with leather, where the accessories or rather bags and belts become a fundamental part of dress (though they are removable). Lightness, minimalism, rebellion against family, father and dialectics of power is what the collection by Deniza Nugnes talks about, who – as she told me days ago, during the fitting of the fashion show which was held at the Costume & Fashion Academy – has inspired by the cultural revolution from 1968 and subverted the male wardrobe, its constructions giving rise to minimal essential garments and successful asymmetries. Many are the ideas on the move drawing new shapes and lines as the sphere becoming the fundamental idea of the collection by Andrea Maria di Salvo where white is the main features, which embodies many theatrical references.

 Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

ALTAROMA: I TALENTS 2016 DELL’ ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME & MODA DI ROMA

 Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Sperimentazione, reinterpretazioni e innovazioni, un’ atmosfera che profuma di creatività, questi i principali protagonisti di Talents 2016, il fashion contest dell’ Accademia Costume e Moda di Roma -che si è tenuto nei  meravigliosi spazi dell’ Ex Dogana di Roma, luogo all’ insegna di suggestioni industrial, metropolitane e contemporaneità  in cui hanno avuto luogo gli eventi curati da Altaroma – di cui sono stati protagonisti i final works degli studenti neo-diplomati nella rinomata scuola di moda diretta da Lupo Lanzara e da Adrien Yakimov Roberts nelle vesti di direttore didattico, che sono stati presentati dinanzi a una giuria di esperti quali Silvia Venturini Fendi (Presidente di Altaroma), Carlo Capasa (Presidente della Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana), Laura Lusuardi (Direttore Creativo di Max Mara), Leonardo Pucci (Christian Dior) e molti altri. Vincitrice di questa edizione è Ilaria Fiore, la quale è stata insignita anche di un premio speciale per gli accessori da lei realizzati. La brillante creativa ha creato una collezione capsule che unisce sartorialità e sperimentazione, abbina il tessuto alla pelle, in cui gli accessori ovvero borse e cinture diventano parte integrante dell’ abito (pur essendo rimovibili). Leggerezza, minimalismo e ribellione contro la famiglia e la dialettica del potere è ciò di cui parla la collezione di Deniza Nugnes, la quale -. come mi ha detto giorni fa, durante il fitting della sfilata che si è tenuto all’ Accademia di Costume e Moda – si è ispirata alla rivoluzione culturale del 1968 ed ha sovvertito il guardaroba maschile, le sue costruzioni dando vita a capi minimali e felici asimmetrie. Plurime le idee in movimento che disegnano nuove forme e linee quali la sfera che diventa il concetto fondante della collezione di Andrea Maria di Salvo in cui il bianco è il principale protagonista, la quale racchiude in sé plurimi riferimenti teatrali.

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

Ilaria Fiore, photo courtesy of Ilaria Fiore

 

Me, myself & I along with Fabiana Balestra, photo by Raffaella Scordino

Me, myself & I along with Fabiana Balestra, photo by Raffaella Scordino

 

Me, myself & I along with Ari Seth Cohen, photo by Raffaella Scordino

Me, myself & I along with Ari Seth Cohen, photo by Raffaella Scordino

 

 

Me, myself & I with Raffaella Scordino, photo by N

Me, myself & I with Raffaella Scordino, photo by N

 

Andrea Maria di Salvo, photo by Luca Sorrentino

Andrea Maria di Salvo, photo by Luca Sorrentino

 

Andrea Maria di Salvo, photo by Luca Sorrentino

Andrea Maria di Salvo, photo by Luca Sorrentino

 

Me, myself and I with Livia Risi, photo by Raffaella Scordino

Me, myself and I with Livia Risi, photo by Raffaella Scordino

 

Me, myself & I along with Enrico Quinto, photo by Raffaella Scordino

Me, myself & I along with Enrico Quinto, photo by Raffaella Scordino

 

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

The models at the backstage of fashion show wearing the creations by Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

The models at the backstage of fashion show wearing the creations by Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

A model at the backstage of fashion show wearing the creations by Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

A model at the backstage of fashion show wearing the creations by Deniza Nugnes, photo courtesy of Deniza Nugnes

 

Carlo Capasa at the backstage of fashion show, photo by N

Carlo Capasa at the backstage of fashion show, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I along with Deniza Nugnes at the backstage of fashion show, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Deniza Nugnes at the backstage of fashion show, photo by N

 

Nicolas Garcia Bernal, the winner of Talents 2015 edition at the backstage of fashion show, wearing a creation he made, photo by N

Nicolas Martin Garcia, the winner of Talents 2015 edition at the backstage of fashion show, wearing a creation he made, photo by N

 

A student turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

A student of  Rome Costume & Fashion Academy  turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

 

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

 

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

 

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

 

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

 

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

 

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

A student of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy turned into model for a moment wearing the creation by Deniza Nugnes, photo by N

 

Deniza Nugnes and Ilaria Fiore at work during the fitting of Talents' 2016 fashion show, photo by N

Deniza Nugnes and Ilaria Fiore at work during the fitting of Talents’ 2016 fashion show, photo by N

 

Me. myself & I along with Adrien Yakimov Roberts at the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by N

Me. myself & I along with Adrien Yakimov Roberts at the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by N

 

 

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Cinzia Malvini, Furio Francini, Frida Giannini, photo by N

Cinzia Malvini, Furio Francini, Frida Giannini, photo by N

A celebration, the 50th birthday of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, which coincided with the opening of its new academic year and with the launch of book “Accademia Costume & Moda 1964-2014” by Maria di Napoli Rampolla and Antonio Mancinelli, was recently held in Rome at the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy. The afternoon event was under the sign of fashion. There were many celebrated personas from the fashion realm as Beppe Modenese, Anna Fendi, Piero Tosi, Adriano Franchi, Fabiana Balestra, Fabio Quaranta, Deanna Ferretti Veroni, Laura Lusuardi, Donata Sartorio, Alessandra Spalletti, Maria Luisa Frisa, the ex-alumni of Academy Tommaso Aquilano, Maurizio Galante and Sylvio Giardina. Here it was hosted a talk moderated by Cinzia Malvini which featured the creative director of Gucci fashion house Frida Giannini, who was a student of Academy. The fashion designer talked about creativity as “result of a team work”. Concerning young creatives she is focused on “observing the hand, the way they draw, as the instinct and vision of free hand makes the difference”. She talked about her experience made working at Fendi fashion house “where she learnt to be in place as today it’s important how to approach”, considering there is a Wikipedia culture today in many realms”. A video, introduced by Cinzia Malvini told about the Women association she launched and an live music event featuring Beyonce, Rita Ora, Jessie J, Florence & the Machine and many others. The association made concrete over 390 projects supporting the women. The talk with Frida Giannini ended with her suggestion for the student: let’s study, work hard and have fun”. Later, another ex-alumnus, the fashion journalist Antonio Mancinelli talked about his experience. He wanted to work as fashion designer and during the study at the Academy he changed his path and came to the journalism. He considered the wearability as value and result of a suggestion given him in the form of a question by Rosana Pistolese, the founder of Academy, arising from the view of a creation he made: “is it wearable?”, she asked him. Antonio said yes, it was, but naturally it was not. And since this experience, that became a paradigm to look at fashion, “something which always features in the Gucci collections Frida made, the wearability, their being wearable and super glamourous”. He considered “Rosana Pistolese as a kind of human Facebook, as she catalysed a series of important personas”. Later it was told about the book celebrating the fifty years of Academy, a book made with the support and collaboration with Altaroma and Alcantara along with the initiatives of Academy as the creations of the ex-alumni Association in order to give them working opportunities. A successful event depicting the laudable work of a bright Institution.

UNA CELEBRAZIONE & L’ INAUGURAZIONE DELL’ ANNO ACCADEMICO DELL’ ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME & MODA DI ROMA

Cinzia Malvini, Antonio Mancinelli and Beppe Modenese, photo by N

Cinzia Malvini, Antonio Mancinelli and Beppe Modenese, photo by N

Una celebrazione, il 50° compleanno dell’ Accademia di Costume & Moda di Roma, in concomitanza con l’ apertura del suo nuovo anno accademico e la presentazione del libro “Accademia Costume & Moda 1964-2014” a cura di Maria di Napoli Rampolla e Antonio Mancinelli, si è recentemente tenuta a Roma presso l’ Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma. L’ evento pomeridiano è stato all’ insegna della moda. Presenti molteplici celebri personaggi della moda quali Beppe Modenese, Anna Fendi, Piero Tosi, Adriano Franchi, Fabiana Balestra, Fabio Quaranta, Deanna Ferretti Veroni, Laura Lusuardi, Donata Sartorio, Alessandra SpallettiMaria Luisa Frisa, gli ex-allievi dell’ Accademia Tommaso Aquilano, Maurizio Galante e Sylvio Giardina. Ivi è stato ospitato un talk moderato dalla giornalista Cinzia Malvini di cui è stato protagonista il direttore creativo della casa di moda Gucci Frida Giannini, che è stata una studentessa dell’ Accademia. La fashion designer ha parlato di creatività come “risultato di un lavoro di gruppo”. Riguardo ai giovani creativi si è concentrata sull’ “osservare la mano, il modo in cui disegnano, perché l’ istinto e la visione della mano libera fà la differenza”. Ha raccontato la sua esperienza di lavoro presso la casa di moda Fendi “dove ha imparato a stare al proprio posto, poiché oggi è importante come comportarsi”, considerando che “oggi c‘ è una cultura da Wikipedia un po’ su tutti i fronti”. Un video, presentato da Cinzia Malvini parlava dell’ Associazione per le Donne da lei lanciata e di un evento musicale con  Beyonce, Rita Ora, Jessie J, Florence & the Machine e molti altri. L’ associazione ha concretizzato più di 390 progetti a sostegno delle donne. Il talk con Frida Giannini si è concluso con un simpatico monito da lei dato  agli studenti: “studiate, impegnatevi e divertitevi”. Successivamente, un altro ex-allievo, il giornalista di moda Antonio Mancinelli ha parlato della sua esperienza all’ Accademia. Voleva lavorare come fashion designer e durante gli studi all’ Accademia ha cambiato il suo percorso ed è approdato al giornalismo. Costui ha preso in considerazione la portabilità come valore e risultato di un suggerimento a lui dato in forma di domanda da Rosana Pistolese, la fondatrice dell’ Accademia, derivante dalla visione di una sua creazione: “lo indosseresti?”, chiese a lui. Antonio rispose di si, ma naturalmente il capo non era indossabile. E a partire da questa esperienza, ciò è divenuto un suo paradigma per guardare la moda e qualcosa che appare sempre nelle collezioni Gucci realizzate da Frida: la indossabilità, l’ esser portabili e super glamourous. Riteneva “Rosana Pistolese una sorta di Facebook umano, perché catalizzava una serie di personaggi importanti”. A seguire si è parlato del libro che celebra i cinquanta anni dell’ Accademia, un libro realizzato con il sostegno e la collaborazione di Altaroma ed Alcantara unitamente alle iniziative dell’ Accademia quali la creazione di un’ Associazione di ex-alunni al fine di offrire opportunità lavorative. Un felice evento che ritrae il lodevole lavoro di una brillante istituzione.

Beppe Modenese, Fiamma Lanzara, Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by N

Beppe Modenese, Fiamma Lanzara, Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by N

Piero Tosi and Anna Fendi, photo by N

Piero Tosi and Anna Fendi, photo by N

Two Adrien: Adriano Franchi and Adrien Roberts, photo by N

Two Adrien: Adriano Franchi and Adrien Roberts, photo by N

Fabiana Balestra and Lupo Lanzara, photo by N

Fabiana Balestra and Lupo Lanzara, photo by N

Details talking about the Academy and its founder, Rosana Pistolese, photo by N

Details talking about the Academy and its founder, Rosana Pistolese, photo by N

Me, myself and I along with Alessandra Spalletti, photo by N

Me, myself and I along with Alessandra Spalletti, photo by N

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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

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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

 

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