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The knitwear maching, photo by N

The knitwear maching, photo by N

 My visit to the Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia followed and featured the knitwear machines, the many collections produced yesterday by Miss Deanna (as Armani knitwear, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand which evokes my adolescence and many others) as well as the menswear and womenswear collections of many renowned today and yesterday brands. A smashing place to lose oneself between colors and prints, textiles and embroideries. Here it is showcased creations that marked an age, precious means to observe fashion and draw new ideas and inspirations to make, create. A vibrant place to visit and come back to enjoy fashion culture.

CULTURA DELLA MODA: LA MIA VISITA ALLA MODATECA DEANNA (2)

The knitwear machine, photo by N

The knitwear machine, photo by N

La mia visita alla Modateca Deanna a Reggio Emilia è proseguita ed ha avuto quali protagoniste le macchine da maglieria, le plurime collezioni prodotte ieri da Miss Deanna (come la maglieria di Armani, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand che evoca la mia adolescenza e molti altri) come anche le collezioni di abbigliamento uomo e donna di plurimi rinomati marchi di ieri e di oggi. Un formidabile luogo per perdersi tra colori e stampe, tessuti e ricami. Ivi sono esposte creazioni che hanno segnato un’ epoca, preziosi strumenti per osservare la moda e trarre nuove idee e ispirazioni per fare, creare. Un vibrante luogo da visitare e in cui tornare per apprezzare la cultura della moda.

Deanna's knitwear machine, photo by N

Deanna’s knitwear machine, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, ohoto by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt  I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

A short break featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

A short break at the Modateca Deanna featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

 

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

 

 

www.modatecadeanna.it

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

The postmodernism in its many, catchy and fresh versions under the sign of easily decodable products has been the leitmotiv of Florentine fashion tradeshow event Pitti, a celebration of semiotic from contemporary times which featured as special guests Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, the creative directors of Kenzo (who contributed as fashion designers of New York brand Opening Ceremony to develop a casual-chic elegance and a laudable habit that gave rise to successful teamings with creatives as Chloe Sevigny, Yoko Ono and Delfina Delettrez).

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

The same semiotic approach along with light colors, fluid and caressing lines and volumes is embodied in the menswear and womenswear capsule collection by the young Italian fashion designer Emiliano Rinaldi (who paid homage to Florence, his native city) as well as the. fun graphic elements, nice prints, catchy details and accessories – as the shopping bags – that featured in the collection by the WION finalist Andrea Pompilio.

IL CULTO CONTEMPORANEO DEL POSTMODERNISMO AL PITTI 

Emiliano Rinaldi, photo courtesy of Pitti

Emiliano Rinaldi Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Il postmodernismo nelle sue plurime, accattivanti e fresche versioni all’ insegna di prodotti facilmente decodicabili è stato il leitmotiv dell’ ultima edizione dell’ evento fieristico di moda fiorentino Pitti, celebrazione della semiotica della contemporaneità di cui sono stati protagonisti  quali special guests Humberto Leon e Carol Lim, direttori creativi di creative di Kenzo (che hanno contribuito nelle vesti di fashion designers del brand newyorkese Opening Ceremony a consolidare una eleganza casual-chic e anche una lodevole prassi che ha dato vita a felici collaborazioni con creativi quali Chloe Sevigny, Yoko Ono e Delfina Delettrez).

Emiliano Rinaldi Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Emiliano Rinaldi Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Emiliano Rinaldi along with the models waring the creations featuring in the collection Fall/Winter 2013-2014 he made, photo courtesy of Pitti

Emiliano Rinaldi along with the models waring the creations featuring in the collection Fall/Winter 2013-2014 he made, photo courtesy of Pitti

Il medesimo approccio semiotico unitamente a colori tenui, forme e volumi fluidi e carezzevoli è racchiuso nella collezione capsule uomo e donna del giovane fashion designer italiano Emiliano Rinaldi (che ha reso omaggio a Firenze, la sua città natia) come anche i divertenti grafismi, le simpatiche stampe,gli accattivanti dettagli e accessori – quali le shopping bags -, protagonisti della collezione del finalista di WION Andrea Pompilio.

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni,courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio, Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio, Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy  of Pitti

Andrea Pompilio Fall/Winter 2013-2014, photo by Giovanni Giannoni, courtesy of Pitti

www.pittimmagine.com

Quentin Jones

London street-style, pop art and surreal suggestions features in the short film made by the London illustrator and filmmaker Quentin Jones that tells about the Kenzo Pre-Fall 2012 collection – designed by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim – under the sign of a sport, feminine, delicate and at the same time strong mood.

LA PRE-COLLEZIONE AUTUNNO 2012 DI KENZO VISTA DA QUENTIN JONES

Lo street-style londinese, suggestioni pop-art e surreali sono protagonisti del cortometraggio realizzato dalla illustratrice e regista londinese Quentin Jones che racconta la pre-collezione autunno 2012 di Kenzo – disegnata da Humberto Leon e Carol Lim – all’ insegna di un mood, sportivo, femminile, delicato e al tempo stesso forte.

www.kenzo.com

Kenzo Pre-Fall/Winter 2012 collection

The Pre-Fall/Winter 2012 collection of Kenzo, brand designed by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, features playful prints, vibrant colors and comfortable, fluid lines under the sign of a sophisticated fun for outfits born to be a genuine passé-partout.

IL SOFISTICATO DIVERTIMENTO DI KENZO

Kenzo Pre-Fall/Winter 2012 collection

 

La pre-collezione autunno/inverno di Kenzo, brand disegnato da Humberto Leon e Carol Lim, ha quale protagonisti giocose stampe, vibranti colori, confortevoli linee fluide all’ insegna di un sofisticato divertimento per outfit nati per essere un autentico passé-partout.

Kenzo Pre-Fall/Winter 2012

Kenzo Pre-Fall/Winter 2012

Kenzo Pre-Fall/Winter 2012

Kenzo Pre-Fall/Winter 2012

Kenzo Pre-Fall/Winter 2012

www.kenzo.com

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2012-2013

A male elegance under the sign of a playful mood, vibrant colors as orange, ochre along with shades of blue, grey and brown, prints, simple and fluid lines, fun knitwear and polka dots is successfully embodied in the Fall/Winter 2012-2013 menswear collection of Kenzo, brand designed by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim.

LE ELEGANTI FANTASIE DI KENZO

Kenzo Spring/Summer 2012-2013

Una eleganza maschile all’ insegna di un mood giocoso, vibranti colori quali arancione, ocra unitamente a nuance di blu, grigio e marrone, stampe, linee semplici e fluide, una divertente maglieria ed i pois é felicemente racchiusa nella collezione uomo autunno/inverno 2012-2013 di Kenzo, brand disegnato da Humberto Leon e Carol Lim.

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2012-2013

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2012-2013

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2012-2013

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2012-2013

Kenzo Fall/Winter 2012-2013

www.kenzo.com

Kenzo Spring/Summer 2012

The Spring/Summer 2012 collection of Kenzo represents the debut of  Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, designers of American brand Opening Ceremony as creative directors of fashion house created by Kenzo Takada, inspired to the primary colors, leitmotiv of work by American painter Ellsworth Kelly, featuring a playful mood: vibrant colors, reversible cuts, comfortable volumes, prints, embroideries and accessories evoke a coast landscape, successfully making concrete a dialogue between the American streetwear and the Paris soft elegance.

IL MOOD LUDICO DI KENZO

Kenzo Spring/Summer 2012

La collezione primavera/estate 2012 di Kenzo rappresenta il debutto di Humberto Leon e Carol Lim designer del brand americano Opening Ceremony nelle vesti di direttori creativi della casa di moda creata da Kenzo Takada che si ispira ai colori primari, leitmotiv dell’opera del pittore americano Ellsworth Kelly di cui é protagonista un mood giocoso: colori vibranti, tagli reversibili, volumi confortevoli, stampe, ricami ed accesso evocano un paesaggio costiero, concretizzando felicemente un dialogo tra lo streetwear americano e la morbida eleganza parigina.

www.kenzo.com

It continues the celebration of Kenzo’s 40th anniversary – legendary brand,  founded by Kenzo Takada during the Seventies and directed since 2003 by the smashing Italian designer Antonio Marras, famous are its colors and prints successfully joining western and oriental suggestions – which will feature on 12th November 2010 in London at the Victoria & Albert Museum Raphael Gallery during the latest Fashion in Motion event. Here it will be held a day of catwalk shows including creations form the band’s archive, depicting 40 years of the poetry by Kenzo, told also in the book “Kenzo 1970/2010”, by Kenzo Takada and Antonio Marras(Rizzoli Editions, 70,00 Euros).

IL VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM DI LONDRA FESTEGGIA I QUARANTA ANNI DI POESIA DI KENZO

Kenzo

Continua il festeggiamento del quarantesimo anniversario di Kenzo – leggendario brand, fondato da Kenzo Takada negli anni Settanta e diretto dal 2003 dal formidabile designer italiano Antonio Marras, famose sono i suoi colori e stampe che felicemente uniscono suggestioni occidentali e orientali – che sarà protagonista il 12 novembre 2010 a Londra presso la Raphael Gallery del Victoria & Albert Museum in occasione dell’ultimo evento Fashion in Motion event. Ivi si terrà un giorno di sfilate che includeranno le creazioni di archivio del brand, dipingendo i quaranta anni di poesia di Kenzo, raccontati anche dal libro “Kenzo 1970/2010”, di Kenzo Takada e Antonio Marras(Rizzoli Edizioni, 70,00 Euro).

Kenzo

 

 

Kenzo

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www.kenzo.com