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Anna Wintour by Agata Mocarska, hairtstyling by Agraph

The Dolls, fetish evoking childhood, history, art – its emblematic personas as  Hans Bellmer – feature in “Puppen“, an artistic project – presented during the latest edition of Polish Fashion Week – joining art and fashion launched by the artist Agata Mocarska, who created ceramic dolls with a vibrant personality, inspired by Nineteenth century German dolls found in Meyenburg Schloss and explored the creative possibilities resulting from the teamwork, as the artist usually works alone, showcasing her work individually. A successful connection between Polish modern art and fashion that involved fashion designers – Anna Orska, Asia Wysoczyńska, Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska, Karina Królak, Kasia Stanny, Konrad Parol, Maldoror, Paulina Plizga, Piotr Drzał -, the hairstylist Agraph and video-artist Maksym Matuszewski under the sign of sharing and expression of creativity.

“PUPPEN”, ARTE & MODA PER CELEBRARE IL MITO DELLE BAMBOLE

Opera singer by Agata Mocarska, hairstyling by Agraph,jewelry by Karina Królak

Le bambole, feticcio che evoca l’ infanzia, storia, arte -i suoi emblematici personaggi quali Hans Bellmer – é protagonista di “Puppen“, progetto artistico – presentato in occasione dell’ ultima edizione della Polish Fashion Week – che unisce arte e moda, ideato dall’ artista Agata Mocarska che ha creato bambole di ceramica con una vibrante personalità che si ispirano alle bambole tedesche del diciannovesimo secolo scoperte al Castello di Meyenburg ed esplorano le possibilità creative derivante dal lavoro di gruppo, poiché l’ artista solitamente lavora da sola, esponendo individualmente la sua opera. Una felice unione tra arte moderna e moda polacca – che ha coinvolto designer – Anna Orska, Asia Wysoczyńska, Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska, Karina Królak, Kasia Stanny, Konrad Parol, Maldoror, Paulina Plizga, Piotr Drzał -, l’ hairstylist Agraph ed il video-artista Maksym Matuszewski all’ insegna della condivisione ed espressione della creatività.

Abyssinian by Agata Mocarska, costume by Asia Wysoczyńska

Sleeping knight by Agata Mocarska, jewelry by Anna Orska

Japanese by Agata Mocarska, hairstyling by agraph, costume by Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska

Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska, photo Bartek Sejwa

The “Metropolis” Spring/Summer 2011 collection, created by young Poland designer Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska – awarded during the latest edition of Polish Fashion Week which was held in Łódź -, features avant-garde suggestions, futuristic shapes, wonderful plissé emphasizing the silhouette, a basic palette of colors including black, white, bright shades of red and magenta and suggestive accessories as the cagoules.

LA COLLEZIONE  “METROPOLIS” DI KAMILA GAWROŃSKA-KASPERSKA 

 
 

Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska

 

La collezione “Metropolis” per la primavera/estate 2011, creata dalla giovane designer polacca Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska – premiata in occasione dell’ultima edizione della settimana della Fashion Week polacca che si è tenuta a Łódź -, ha quale protagonisti avveniristiche suggestioni, volumi futuristici, il meraviglioso plissé che enfatizza silhouette, una basica palette di colori che include il nero, bianco, accese tonalità di rosso e fucsia e suggestivi accessori quali le cagoules.

Kamila-Gawronska-Kasperska, photo Bartek Sejwa

Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska, photo Bartek Seiwa

 

Kamila Gawrońska-Kasperska, photo Bartek Seiwa

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