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It will be opened on 4th April 2014 at 6 pm in Venice at the Spazio Punch “Re-visioni: esercizi a partire da una study collection”(standing as “Re-visions: exercises arising from a study collection”), exhibition organized by the Culture of Project Research Unit “The design in fashion” of Iuav University of Venice, in collaboration with the Venice Fondazione Musei Civici-Palazzo Moncenigo, curated by Gabriele Monti teaming with the students of third year of Fashion Design Course from the Iuav University of Venice. The name of exhibition – which will run through 29th April 2014 – evokes the gesture of seeing again, catching the unseen details. A smashing display of fashion from Eighties to contemporary times, including creatives as Jean Paul Gaultier, Giorgio Armani, Romeo Gigli, Comme des Garçons, Emilio Pucci, Norma Kamali, Maison Martin Margiela, Complice, Byblos, Irié, Claude Montana, Yohji Yamamoto, Moschino, Sybilla, Junya Watanabe, Vivienne Westwood, Prada, creations coming from the private collection of Maria Luisa Frisa, director of BA Fashion Design Course at Iuav. This exhibition has been the chance of giving rise to reproductions on canvas of items that are here showcased, made by the students, a modeling work which is part of exhibition path and emphasizes a different way of observing the dress, as study and design. It completes the exhibition the ephemera, ephemeral objects as invitations to attend at events, fashion shows and performances, press- releases, lookbooks and other materials as catalogues telling the work by fashion designers. A not to be missed event under the sign of fashion culture.

 

“RE-VISIONI: ESERCIZI A PARTIRE DA UNA STUDY COLLECTION” ALLO SPAZIO PUNCH DI VENEZIA

Jacket by Moschino( late Eighties), Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

Jacket Moschino( late Eighties), Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

Sarà inaugurata il 4 aprile 2014 alle ore 18:00 a Venezia presso lo Spazio Punch “Re-visioni: esercizi a partire da una study collection”, mostra organizzata dal Dipartimento di Cultura del Progetto Unita di Ricerca “Il progetto nella moda” dell’ Università Iuav di Venezia, in collaborazione con la Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia-Palazzo Moncenigo, curata da Gabriele Monti in collaborazione con gli studenti del terzo anno del Corso di Laurea in Fashion Design dell’ Università Iuav di Venezia. Il nome della mostra – che proseguirà fino al 29aprile 2014 – evoca il gesto del rivedere, catturando i dettagli che non erano stati visti. Una formidabile esposizione di moda dagli anni Ottanta alla contemporaneità, comprensiva delle opere di creativi quali Jean Paul Gaultier, Giorgio Armani, Romeo Gigli, Comme des Garçons, Emilio Pucci, Norma Kamali, Maison Martin Margiela, Complice, Byblos, Irié, Claude Montana, Yohji Yamamoto, Moschino, Sybilla, Junya Watanabe, Vivienne Westwood, Prada, creazioni provenienti dalla collezione privata di Maria Luisa Frisa, direttore del Corso di Laurea Triennale di Fashion Design della Iuav. Questa mostra è stata la felice occasione di dar vita a riproduzioni dei modelli esposti su tela, realizzate dagli studenti, un lavoro di modellistica che fa parte del percorso espositivo e sottolinea un modo diverso di osservare l’ abito, quale studio e progetto. Completano la mostra le ephemera, oggetti effimeri quali inviti a eventi, sfilate e performances, comunicati stamp, lookbooks ed altri materiali quali cataloghi che raccontano l’ opera dei fashion designers. Un evento imperdibile all’ insegna della cultura della moda.

Suit by Giorgio Armani, Fall/Winter 1998-1999, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

Suit Giorgio Armani, Fall/Winter 1998-1999, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

 

Suit by Emilio Pucci from Mid-Nineties, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

Suit Emilio Pucci from Mid-Nineties, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

 

Jacket by Prada Spring/Summer 1998, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

Jacket Prada Spring/Summer 1998, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection

 

Moschino, Fall/Winter 1987-1988, photo by Francesco de Luca

Moschino, Fall/Winter 1987-1988, photo by Francesco de Luca

 

Complice, late Eighties, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection, photo by Francesco de Luca

Complice, late Eighties, Maria Luisa Frisa Collection, photo by Francesco de Luca

 

From the left to the right side: Jacket Norma Kamali, late Eighties; suit Giorgio Armani, early Nineties; suit Emilio Pucci, late Sixties; Maria Luisa Frisa collection, photo by Francesco de Luca

From the left to the right side: Jacket Norma Kamali, late Eighties; suit Giorgio Armani, early Nineties; suit Emilio Pucci, late Sixties; Maria Luisa Frisa collection, photo by Francesco de Luca

 

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Still image of Chaos to Couture fashion film by Chris Sutton on Kickstarter

Still image of Chaos to Couture fashion film by Chris Sutton on Kickstarter

Chris Sutton is raising funds on Kickstarter to create a fashion film accompanying the exhibition “Punk: chaos to couture”, the wider showcase documenting a subculture, the punk and its style which will be opened on 9th May 2013 in New York at the MET Museum – running through 14th August 2013 –, curated by Andrew Bolton and featuring as creative consultant Nick Knight who invited Chris Sutton to make a film.

Sid Vicious, photo by Dennis Morris, courtesy of Met Museum

Sid Vicious, photo by Dennis Morris, courtesy of Met Museum

The reproduction of a lavatory in Kingsroad at Met Museum, photo courtesy of Met Museum

The reproduction of a lavatory in Kingsroad at Met Museum, photo courtesy of Met Museum

The reproduction of  Vivienne Westwood's boutique at Met Museum, photo courtesy of Met Museum

The reproduction of Vivienne Westwood’s boutique at Met Museum, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Versace Spring/Summer 1994, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Versace Spring/Summer 1994, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Patti Smith, photo by Caroline Coon, photo courtesy of Met Musueum

Patti Smith, photo by Caroline Coon, photo courtesy of Met Musueum

A contemporary reflection on the punk and on the Met exhibition themes which represents the debut of Chris Sutton Studio. There are just sixteen days for the end of fundraising, thus let’s join and support, giving our modest contribution to make concrete this smashing artistic project and celebrate an unforgettable movement (where the nihilism was vibrant and dynamic critique instead if the static one featuring frequently in the contemporary times) and its fashion suggestions.

“CHAOS TO COUTURE”: CHRIS SUTTON PER SHOWSTUDIO SU KICKSTARTER

Still image of fashion film by Cris Sutton, featuring on Kickstarter

Still image of fashion film by Cris Sutton, featuring on Kickstarter

Chris Sutton sta raccogliendo fondi su Kickstarter  per creare un fashion film che accompagna la mostra “Punk: chaos to couture”, la più ampia esposizione che documenta una subcultura e il suo stile che sarà inaugurata il 9 maggio 2013 a New York presso il MET Museum – che proseguirà fino al 14 agosto 2013 –, curata da Andrew Bolton e che ha Nick Knight nelle vesti di direttore creativo il quale ha invitato Chris Sutton a realizzare una pellicola.

John Lydon, photo by Ray Stevenson, courtesy of Met Museum

John Lydon, photo by Ray Stevenson, courtesy of Met Museum

Clothes for heroes, a section of the Met exhibition, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Clothes for heroes, a section of the Met exhibition, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Junya Watanabe, Fall/Winter 2006-2007, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Junya Watanabe, Fall/Winter 2006-2007, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Maison Martin Margiela, Spring/Summer 2011, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Maison Martin Margiela, Spring/Summer 2011, photo courtesy of Met Museum

Una riflessione contemporanea sul punk e sui temi della mostra al Met che rappresenta il debutto del Chris Sutton Studio. Restano soltanto sedici giorni per la chiusura della raccolta fondi, pertanto uniamoci e sosteniamo, dando il nostro modesto contributo, per rendere concreto questo formidabile progetto artistico e celebrare un indimenticabile movimento (in cui il nichilismo era una vibrante critica diversamente dalla stasi sovente protagonista della contemporaneità) e le sue suggestioni moda.

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http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1855770792/chaos-to-couture-chris-sutton-for-showstudio

 

 

 

A day to celebrate the twentieth birthday of 10 Corso Como, legendary Milanese concept-store created by the charismatic Carla Sozzani, showcasing the exclusive clothing collection made by Comme des Garçons for 10 Corso Como along with a smashing series of objects and boxes. Here the visitors are pampered with epicurean suggestions as prosecco, delicious chocolates and fresh sorbets while they look at the refined clothes and accessories, as Givenchy, Balenciaga, Azzedine Alaia, Yohji Yamamoto, Junya Watanabe, Stephen Jones, Nicholas Kirkwood and many other ones, succesfully evoking a contemporary, timeless elegance.

 

UN GIORNO PER FESTEGGIARE IL COMPLEANNO DI 10 CORSO COMO BIRTHDAY

Comme des Garçons for 10 Corso Como

 

Un giorno per festeggiare il ventesimo compleanno di 10 Corso Como, leggendario concept-store milanese creato dalla carismatica Carla Sozzani, che espone la collezione esclusiva realizzata da Comme des Garçons per 10 Corso Como unitamente ad una formidabile serie di oggetti e scatole. Ivi i visitatori sono coccolati con suggestioni epicuree prosecco, deliziosi cioccolatini e freschi sorbetti mentre osservano i raffinati abiti, accessori che inncludono brand quali Givenchy, Balenciaga, Azzedine Alaia, Yohji Yamamoto, Junya Watanabe, Stephen Jones, Nicholas Kirkwood e molti altri che evocano felicemente una eleganza contemporanea senza tempo.

10 Corso Como

 

The delicious chocolates available at 10 Corso Como

 

Dress by Paco Rabanne, private collection of Carla Sozzani

 

Hat by Stephen Jones

 

Shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood, hat by Stephen Jones