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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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It's important to know what is your seat: Rome Capitol Square before the start of T.A.G., photo by N

It’s important to know what is your seat: Rome Capitol Square before the start of T.A.G., photo by N

I recently featured in the nice fashion contest T.A.G., event which was held in the Rome Capitol Square, including a showcase of sport and ballet. The contest gave the chance to young graduated students to present their creations and win a money scholarship amounting to 1000 Euros and an internship at the Milan atelier of Raffaella Curiel. Awards were given to personas of world sport as the Olympic Games champion of foil Valentina Vezzali who also featured on the stage as jury member sat down close to me, as well as the sport journalist Valeria Ciardiello and the pr Michela Bonafoni along with the dancers Kledi and Giuseppe Picone, Stefano Dominella, CEO of Gattinoni fashion house and the bright fashion designer Chiara Boni. The event included the live performance of Bussoletti, an emerging singer, of whose song he made “Come scemi” (meaning “Like idiots”), a song about the habit of taking selfie, became famous due to a commercial of an Italian brand of ice-creams. It was nice to see a project made to increase and support the creativity, dance and sport being in the area of Rome, but I have to add something, some remarks concerning that and initiatives like that. Today “young talents” and “emerging creativity” along with “start-up” are words that became empty slogans in the fashion of the “love’s party”, old memory from Berlusconism. That wants to be a double alert, regarding the people who set up projects like these ones and the fashion schools training the students in order to use sense in what they do and develop. My words are strictly connected to this experience and a moment of that or rather when it was asked me for giving some remarks on the fashion shows. I did it, though later it was asked to the jury for being more kind with the young creatives. I tell what I think, that is a virtue and a big limit, as consent gives sense to all that has no sense. I saw some collections Japan inspired, which is the hardest thing to develop in terms of structure and volumes. In this circumstance this inspiration has turned into a Lady Gaga-esque weak interpretation, lacking of any fashion show styling, a leitmotiv of the evening, except few fashion shows. A man from the audience made me compliments for my sagacity. I had to tell that. Why? Because I think if you make believe to a young boy/ girl he/ she has got talent, you destroy him/her and make him/her waste time if he or she has not got it. It results from that a diabolical alchemy, made of  pretentiousness of the people who wants being a fashion designer, but lacks of abilities and a proper background to become it. I focus on the huge responsibility having the fashion schools to train properly the students, a hard work I enjoy every time I am at the Fashion Design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice, headed by Maria Luisa Frisa and at the Rome Costume and Fashion Academy, excellent institution headed by Lupo Lanzara as well as in many fashion schools, institutions there are in Italy and abroad. I care to tell that to improve instead of destroying initiatives like this for giving rise to a real virtuous circuit, made of ideas, energies and facts, considering that as a mere suggestion, given to young people who want working in the realm of fashion. Modesty helps, as well hard-working, but there is not just only the work as fashion designer in the fashion industry. Textile designers, pattern makers are other works being extremely precious. Thus let’s focus on your ability with honesty and modesty to give rise to a successful working path. That is my genuine wish for all the ones who are currently studying and investing time, money and energies on that.

T.A.G.: CREATIVITÀ EMERGENTE, SPORT & DANZA A ROMA

Me, myself & I waiting for the start of T.A.G.(being on time is not always a virtue...), photo by N

Me, myself & I waiting for the start of T.A.G.(being on time is not always a virtue…), photo by N

Sono stata recentemente protagonista del simpatico contest di moda T.A.G., evento che si è tenuto presso la Piazza del Campidoglio di Roma, comprensivo di una rassegna di sport e danza. Il contest ha dato la possibilità a giovani studenti neo-diplomati di presentare le loro creazioni e vincere una borsa di studio in denaro pari a 1000 Euro e uno stage presso l’ atelier di Raffaella Curiel. Premi sono stati consegnati a personaggi del mondo dello sport quali la campionessa olimpica di fioretto Valentina Vezzali che è apparsa anche sul palco nelle vesti di giurata, seduta vicino a me, come anche la giornalista sportiva Valeria Ciardiello e la pr Michela Bonafoni unitamente ai ballerini Kledi e Giuseppe Picone, Stefano Dominella, il CEO della casa di moda Gattinoni e la brillante fashion designer Chiara Boni. L’ evento ha incluso l’ esibizione dal vivo di Bussoletti, un cantante emergente, il cui brano “Come scemi”, una canzone sull’ abitudine di fare selfie, divenuta famosa per uno spot di un marchio italiano di gelati. È stato simpatico vedere un progetto fatto per incentivare e sostenere la creatività, lo sport e la danza che c’è nell’ area di Roma, devo però aggiungere altro, alcune riflessioni inerenti iniziative come questa. Oggi “giovani talenti” e “creatività emergente” insieme a “start-up” sono parole che sono diventate slogan vuoti alla stregua del “partito dell’ amore”, vecchio ricordo del Berlusconismo. Ciò vuol essere un doppio avvertimento che riguarda la gente che organizza progetti come questi e le scuole di moda che formano gli studenti affinché si dotino di senso in ciò che fanno e sviluppano. Le mie parole sono strettamente collegate a questa esperienza e a un suo momento ovvero quando mi è stato chiesto di commentare le sfilate. L’ ho fatto, anche se è poi stato chiesto alla giuria di essere più gentile con i giovani creativi. Dico ciò che penso, una virtù che è un grande limite, poiché il consenso dà senso a ciò che non lo ha.. Ho visto alcune collezioni ispirate al Giappone che è la cosa più difficile da sviluppare in termini di struttura e volumi. In questa circostanza tale ispirazione si è trasformata in una debole interpretazione Lady Gaga-esca, priva di alcuno styling della sfilata, un leitmotiv della serata, ad eccezione di alcune sfilate. Un uomo del pubblico mi ha fatto i complimenti per la mia sagacia. Dovevo dire ciò che pensavo. Perchè? Perchè ritengo che se fai credere a un giovane ragazzo/ragazza che abbia talento, lo/la distruggi e gli/le fai perdere tempo ove non ne abbia. Da ciò deriva una diabolica alchimia, fatta di pretenziosità della gente che vuol essere un fashion designer, ma è privo delle capacità e di un background appropriato per diventarlo. Mi soffermo sulla grande responsabilità che hanno le scuole di moda nel formare in modo appropriato gli studenti, un duro lavoro che apprezzo ogni volta che mi trovo alla Facoltà di Design della Moda della Università Iuav di Venezia, guidata da Maria Luisa Frisa e all’ Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma, eccellente istituzione diretta da Lupo Lanzara come anche in diverse scuole di moda, istituzioni che si trovano in Italia e all’ estero. Mi preoccupo di dire ciò per migliorare e non distruggere iniziative come queste, dando vita a un reale circolo virtuoso, fatto di idee, energie e fatti, considerando ciò un mero monito dato ai giovani che vogliono lavorare nell’ ambito della moda. La modestia aiuta, come anche il lavorare alacremente, ma non esiste soltanto il lavoro di fashion designer nell’ industria della moda. I designers di tessuti, i modellisti sono professionalità altrettanto preziose. Perciò concentratevi sulle vostre capacità con onestà e modestia per dar vita a un felice iter lavorativo. Questo che il mio sincero augurio per tutti coloro che in questo momento stanno studiando e investendo tempo, denaro ed energie in ciò.

A moment of performance by the Italian fencing team along the a Ballet company, photo by N

A moment of performance by the Italian fencing team along the a Ballet company, photo by N

 

The jury at work: Valentina Vezzali & Valeria Ciarriello. photo by N

The jury at work: Valentina Vezzali & Valeria Ciardiello. photo by N

 

 

A selfie(sh) moment inspired by the song performed by Bussoletti ft. Michela Bonafoni, me, myself & I, Valeria Ciarriello & Valentina Vezzali, photo by N

A selfie(sh) moment inspired by the song performed by Bussoletti ft. Michela Bonafoni, me, myself & I, Valeria Ciardiello & Valentina Vezzali, photo by N

 

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Fashion and its culture, the experience of a renowned institution as the Rome Costume and Fashion Academy will be told and celebrated during an event which will be held on 15th November 2013 at 6:30 pm in Rome at the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy. This event celebrates the opening of Academic year 2013-2014, it’s starting event for celebrating the fiftieth birthday of the fashion schools – founded by Rosana Pistolese and headed by her daughter Fiamma Lanzara – ,featuring an ex-student of Academy, the fashion designer Maurizio Galante who will be  interviewed by the fashion journalist and author Antonio Mancinelli about the book “Maurizio Galante-Regard Transversal Haute Couture Design Architecture” (HC Éditions, 82,00 Euros) and including also  Lyne Cohen-Solan  (Adjoint au Maire de Paris chargée du Commerce, de l’Artisanat, des Professions indépendantes et des Métiers d’Art) and Renza Fornaroli (curator of Farnesina Design collections). A not to be missed happening to know more and enjoy the fashion culture and the work of a bright institution.

L’ EVENTO INAUGURALE DELL’ ANNO ACCADEMICO ALL’ ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME E MODA DI ROMA 

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La moda e la sua cultura, l’ esperienza di una rinomata istituzione come l’ Accademia di Costume e Roma di Roma sarà raccontata e celebrata in occasione di un evento che si terrà il 15 novembre 2013 alle ore 18:30 a Roma presso l’ Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma. Questo happening festeggia l’ apertura dell’ anno accademico 2013-2014, è l’ evento iniziale delle celebrazioni per il cinquantesimo compleanno della scuola di moda – fondata da Rosana Pistolese e guidata da sua figlia Fiamma Lanzara – di cui sarà protagonista un ex studente della stessa, il fashion designer Maurizio Galante che sarà intervistato dal giornalista di moda e scrittore Antonio Mancinelli in merito al libro “Maurizio Galante-Regard Transversal Haute Couture Design Architecture” (HC Éditions, 82,00 Euro) e includerà anche Lyne Cohen-Solan (Assessore al Commercio, Artigianato e Professioni e Mestieri d’arte del Comune di Parigi) e Renza Fornaroli (curatrice delle collezioni Farnesina Design). Un evento imperdibile per conoscere meglio e apprezzare la cultura della moda e l’ opera di una brillante istituzione.

www.accademiacostumeemoda.it

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

R/Evolution is an event included in the Altaroma’s calendar which featured the renowned Rome Costume & Fashion Academy (headed by Lupo Lanzara) and showcased the creativity which is here training and trained, the works by the ex alumni as Maurizio Galante and many others. A smashing event which represents the evolution of the fashion school arising from changes as its logo turned into Accademia Costume e Moda, result of a successful teaming with Independent ideas, the communication company by Lapo Elkann along a wide series of initiatives and events that will be made during the forthcoming times. A bright evidence of work under the sign of tradition and contemporary times made by this institution.

ALTAROMA: R/EVOLUTION, CREATIVITÀ IN MOSTRA ALL’ ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME & MODA DI ROMA

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

R/Evolution è un evento incluso nel calendario di Altaroma che ha avuto quale protagonista la rinomata Accademia di Costume & Moda di Roma (headed by Lupo Lanzara) ed ha esposto la creatività che si sta formando e si è ivi formata, i lavori degli ex alunni quali Maurizio Galante e molti altri. Un formidabile evento che rappresenta l’ evoluzione della scuola di moda che nasce da cambiamenti quali il suo logo trasformato in Accademia Costume e Moda, risultato di una felice collaborazione con Independent ideas, azienda di comunicazione di company Lapo Elkann unitamente a un ampia serie di iniziative ed eventi che saranno realizzate nei tempi a venire. Una brillante dimostrazione dell’ opera all’ insegna di tradizione e contemporaneità effettuata da questa istituzione.

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A costume depicted on photo by Giorgio Miserendino,  from the  Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, reminding me...

A costume depicted on photo by Giorgio Miserendino, from the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, reminding me…

George JB, Georgian beauty and promising creative, photo by N

…George JB, Georgian beauty and promising creative, photo by N

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A Stella Jeanesque costume at the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A Stella Jeanesque costume at the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

 The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino


The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

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Francesca della Vallle, the Talents 2013 award she won and a model wearing the creations she made

Francesca della Vallle, the Talents 2013 award she won and a model wearing the creations she made

Francesca Della Valle, graduated student from the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, renowned fashion school headed by Lupo Lanzara, will feature in the Graduate Fashion Week, event where she will present on 3rd June 2013 at 11:00 am in London at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Degradé, the menswear collection she made, which has awarded with the Talents 2013 award during the latest edition of Altaroma. A not to be missed happening to enjoy bright emerging creatives and the work of a celebrated, fair and healthy institution.

UNIVERSITÀ ITALIANE, SCUOLE DI MODA & STUDENTI NEODIPLOMATI (2): FRANCESCA DELLA VALLE DELL’ ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME & MODA DI ROMA ALLA GRADUATE FASHION WEEK DI LONDRA

The moodboard of Degradé, the menswear collection by Francesca Della Valle

The mood board of Degradé, the menswear collection by Francesca Della Valle

Francesca Della Valle, neo-diplomata dell’ Accademia di Costume & Moda di Roma, rinomata scuola di moda guidata da Lupo Lanzara, sarà protagonista della Graduate Fashion Week, evento nell’ ambito del quale presenterà il 3giugno 2013 alle ore 11:00 a Londra presso il Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Degradé, la collezione uomo da lei realizzata che è stata insignita del premio Talents 2013 in occasione dell’ ultima edizione di Altaroma. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare brillanti creative emergent e l’ opera di una celebre, onesta e salubre istituzione.

www.gfw.org.uk

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Marco Bianchini

Marco Bianchini

Marco Bianchini, graduated student from the Fashion design Faculty of Iuav University of Venice, headed by Maria Luisa Frisa, will feature – along with the graduated students from the most celebrated fashion schools like Parsons, Shenkar, Bunka, Esmod as well as a renowned Italian fashion school I will tell you about later, the Rome Costume and Fashion Academy – in the Graduate Fashion week, event which will be held from 2nd to 5th June 2013 in London at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre. Here he will participate presenting on 3rd June 2013 at this international event Sno, the Fall/Winter menswear collection he presented during Fashion at Iuav 2012, made by having as supervisor the professor, researcher and fashion designer Fabio Quaranta. A not to be missed happening to enjoy bright creatives, the results from the training work by fashion schools and universities there are inside out Italy into a suggestive frame.

UNIVERSITÀ ITALIANE, SCUOLE DI MODA & STUDENTI NEODIPLOMATI (1): MARCO BIANCHINI DELLA UNIVERSITÀ ALLA GRADUATE FASHION WEEK DI LONDRA

Marco Bianchini

Marco Bianchini

Marco Bianchini, student neolaureato della Facoltà di Fashion design della Università Iuav di Venezia, guidata da Maria Luisa Frisa, sarà protagonista – unitamente agli studenti neo-diplomati delle più celebri scuole di moda quali la Parsons, Shenkar, Bunka, Esmod come anche una rinomata scuola di moda italiana di cui vi dirò a breve, l’ Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma – nella Graduate Fashion week, evento che si terrà dal 2 al 5 giugno 2013 a Londra presso il Earls Court Exhibition Centre. Ivi costui parteciperà a questo evento internazionale presentando il 3 giugno 2013 in occasione di questo evento Sno, la collezione uomo autunno/inverno da lui presentata durante Fashion at Iuav 2012, realizzata con la supervisione del docente, ricercatore e fashion designer Fabio Quaranta. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare brillanti creativi, i risultati concreti derivanti dall’ opera di formazione effettuata da scuole di moda e università esistenti dentro e fuori dall’ Italia all’ interno di una suggestiva cornice.

Marco Bianchini

Marco Bianchini

 

www.gfw.org.uk

www.iuav.it

 

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Yesterday a dear friend of mine with whom I was talking, suggested me of reading a piece, featuring a brilliant critique on fashion policy connected also to the Italian policy and Rome which will  be soon will vote for its major. This interesting piece made by a young, promising journalist, Claudia Proietti, included in the blog of Seminario Sapienza, connected to talks and events made by the Fashion and Costume Sciences Faculty of University La Sapienza of Rome, I am pleased to share with you dear FBFers. The following article is a precious source to think, re-think about fashion, fashion culture, fashion training, fashion journalism as well as fashion blogging( hopefully that are more oriented to culture and value of doing, doing well, having a content, a real content, something which in the era of big brother generation – where the overexposure justifies and celebrates the whole empty, the lack of contents and ethic – has often forgotten or didn’t make concrete properly.

Gianfranco Ferrè, legendary fashion designer who celebrated the fashion culture and gave his contribution in this realm as professor

Gianfranco Ferrè, legendary fashion designer who celebrated the fashion culture and gave his contribution in this realm as professor

David Perluigi and Nello Trocchia from the Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano have released on Sunday 19th May 2013 an investigative report on one of the names featuring in the list of Ignazio Marino, candidate as Rome mayor for the Democratic Party in the forthcoming elections which will be held within few days, the one of President of Gattinoni fashion house Stefano Dominella. The article reports, with the care featuring in a well done investigative report, a story of invoices paid with public money dating back to the time when cui Dominella  performed as President of Altaroma, public limited company which manages the fashion week of capital city. Now Stefano Dominella present himself as candidate for the city of Rome, focusing his campaign on the relevant , in Rome as well as in the whole Italy, need of investments in the realm of fashion, one of two or three fields that are constantly growing in our economy, and he defends himself by justifying the gifts as homage regularly licensed and invoiced by its company due to a mere issue of practicality. Beyond the circumstance, sufficiently documented, what it thrills is two journalist who have nothing to do with fashion signed the investigative report, beginning with the desire of telling how are the things, of exercising an intelligence and critique which ,except for a few of pens, is completely alien to the Italian fashion journalism, especially the one coming from the new generations.

Irene Brin, a celebrated Italian fashion journalist

Irene Brin, a celebrated Italian fashion journalist

Being tied by a pandemic lack of real preparation – costume history, as well as general history, current news, politics and international economy, if it is true fashion is far away from being just only a trendy bag -, the Italian fashion journalism loses verve, critic spirit, ability to show the facts beyond the hem of a dress  and the need of pleasing the investors during years of crisis of advertising and redefinition of its own space. In a vicious circle where the few “important” names always speak well about the same fashion designers who after strive in every way to please them, it need avoiding the fashion press or referring to the foreign press for reading a well-advised reflection, otherwise it’s a crowd of copying and pasting from the press releases, useless infos and ridiculous Anglicisms.

Rosana Pistolese, the brilliant founder of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy

Rosana Pistolese, the brilliant founder of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy

The traditional role of watchdog of journalist, to which everyone should aspire everyone performs this profession, both if it is done in the hallways of Parliament or in the front-row at the fashion shows, totally disappeared – except rare exceptions – from the fashion columns of magazines, journals and newspapers: fascinated by the crowd of homages and privileges or directly lied down by the chance of seeing the disappearance of advertisements of brand one dared to criticize. It has replaced, in this marvelous universe which is the web – platform where are in force the laws of real world, it never will be said enough, both the laws of penal code and the laws on professional deontology and training, that, these last ones, are instead completely unknown to the journalist in pijama by Andrew Keen – by an infinite amount of beginners who often attends the second two months-period of fashion courses and self-proclaiming themselves fashion blogger.  Some are genuine personas who have a personal style – but there isn’t anyone in Italy – who can count on a big amount of real users, and not the ones that are bought en masse on the social networks, but for the most part indefinite figures for who a well done cut is the one of a dress from  a low-cost retail chain, flattened on trends of whose inspirations and reasons they would not able to recognize, ready to use all of their competences with a not to be missed post on the seasonal nail enamels.

Anna  Piaggi

Anna Piaggi

The same ones that, some days before, were shipped as kind homage by the company which produces that. Far from being the independent voice one could expert some year ago, they are today a real marketing instrument, “an investment to increase”, as Pietro Negra, President of Pinko said, answering to a question during a recent talk at the University La Sapienza, following a very common habit in the fashion field. It’ s not journalism, that is true, but it often is confused with that, by the one who reads, and unfortunately also by the one who practices it: but journalism is nor an item of expenditure in a company balance, neither those “due homages” representing – as Stefano Dominella candidly admitted – no news, it’s just the minimum for those journalists who followed with interest the activities of brand. The journalism helps to discover, understand, make one think about, make move, by a well done and written reportage, those investments in the realm of marketing, camouflaged as opinion for improving the product and the working conditions of employees, being often a really topical raw nerve”.

QUANDO IL GIORNALISMO DI MODA NON CRITICA PIÙ LA MODA

Isabella Blow, editor-in-chief of Tatler magazine

Isabella Blow, editor-in-chief of Tatler magazine

Ieri un mio caro amico con il quale stavo chiacchierando, mi ha suggerito di leggere un pezzo, di cui è protagonista una brillante critica sulla politica della moda, connessa anche alla politica italiana e a Roma che presto voterà per il suo sindaco. Questo interessante pezzo, scritto da una giovane, promettente giornalista, Claudia Proietti, è incluso nel blog di Seminario Sapienza, collegato ai talks ed eventi che sono stati realizzati dalla Facoltà di Scienze della Moda e del Costume dell’ Università La Sapienza di Roma che sono lieta di condividere con voi, cari FBFers. L’ articolo che segue è una preziosa fonte per pensare, ripensare alla moda, a la cultura della moda, la formazione nell’ ambito della moda, il giornalismo di moda come anche il fashion blogging (che sperabilmente siano più orientati alla cultura e al valore del fare, fare bene, apportando un contenuto, un reale contenuto, qualcosa che nell’ era della generazione del grande fratello – in cui la sovraesposizione giustifica e celebra il vuoto totale, la mancanza di contenuti e etica  – è stata sovente dimenticata o non è stata concretizzata in modo appropriato).

Rankin, fashion photographer, co-founder of Dazed & Confused and founder of The Hunger

Rankin, fashion photographer, co-founder of Dazed & Confused and founder of The Hunger

Domenica 19 maggio David Perluigi e Nello Trocchia de Il Fatto Quotidiano pubblicano un’ inchiesta su uno dei nomi nella lista di Ignazio Marino, candidato a sindaco di Roma nelle elezioni ormai prossime, quello del presidente della maison Gattinoni Stefano Dominella. L’ articolo riporta, con la cura che si addice a un’ inchiesta ben fatta, una storia di fatture pagate con soldi pubblici risalenti al periodo in cui Dominella ha ricoperto l’ incarico di presidente di Altaroma, società a partecipazione pubblica che gestisce la settimana della moda della capitale. Adesso Stefano Dominella si candida al comune incentrando la propria campagna elettorale sulla necessità, tangibile a Roma come in tutta Italia, di investimenti nel settore moda, una delle due o tre voci in costante crescita della nostra economia, e si difende giustificando i regali come omaggi regolarmente autorizzati e fatturati dalla sua società solo per una questione di praticità. Al di là della vicenda, documentata comunque a sufficienza, quello che colpisce è che a firmare l’ inchiesta siano due giornalisti che non hanno nulla a che vedere con la moda, a cominciare dal desiderio di dire le cose come stanno, di esercitare un’ intelligenza e una critica che ormai, una manciata di firme a parte, risulta completamente estraneo al giornalismo di moda italiano, soprattutto quello delle nuove generazioni.

Rita Ora featuring in the cover issue of The Hunger

Rita Ora featuring in the cover issue of The Hunger

Stretto tra una dilagante mancanza di preparazione reale – sulla storia del costume, ma anche sulla storia in generale, sull’ attualità, sulla politica e l’ economia internazionale, se è vero che la moda è ben lontana dall’ essere solo una borsa trendy – e dalla necessità di accontentare gli investitori in anni di crisi della pubblicità e ridefinizione dei propri spazi, il giornalismo di moda italiano perde verve, spirito critico e capacità di mostrare i fatti oltre l’ orlo di un vestito. In un circolo vizioso che vede quei pochissimi nomi “importanti” parlare sempre bene dei soliti stilisti che poi si adoperano in ogni modo per compiacerli, per leggere una riflessione sensata bisogna evitare la stampa di settore o rivolgersi all’ estero, altrimenti è una selva di copia-incolla dai comunicati stampa, informazioni inutili e ridicoli anglicismi.

Jefferson Hack, the co-founder of magazine Dazed & Confused

Jefferson Hack, the co-founder of magazine Dazed & Confused

Il tradizionale ruolo di watchdog del giornalista, cui dovrebbe ambire chiunque svolta questa professione, che lo faccia nei corridoi del Parlamento o in prima fila alle sfilate, è praticamente scomparso – salvo rare eccezioni – dalle pagine di moda delle testate: allettato dall’ osso di omaggi e privilegi o direttamente messo a cuccia dalla prospettiva di veder sparire le inserzioni pubblicitarie del marchio che si è osato criticare. È stato sostituito, in questo prodigioso universo che è la Rete – piattaforma dove a tutti gli effetti vigono le leggi del mondo reale, non sarà mai detto abbastanza, sia quelle  del codice penale sia quelle di deontologia e formazione professionale, completamente ignote invece, queste ultime, al giornalista in pigiama di Andrew Keen – da un numero infinito di dilettanti spesso al secondo semestre di studi di moda che rispondono al nome di fashion blogger. Alcuni veri e propri personaggi con uno stile molto personale – ma nemmeno uno in Italia -, che possono contare su un gran numero di utenti reali, e non quelli comprati a pacchetti sui social, ma per la maggior parte indefinite figure per cui un taglio ben fatto è quello di un abito di una catena low-cost, appiattiti su tendenze di cui non saprebbero riconoscere ispirazioni e ragioni, pronti a mettere in campo tutte le loro competenze con un imperdibile post sugli smalti di stagione.

Maria Luisa Frisa, founder and director of Fashion Design Faculty at Iuav University of Venice

Maria Luisa Frisa, author, critic, fashion curator, founder and director of Fashion Design Faculty at Iuav University of Venice

Quelli che, pochi giorni prima, l’ azienda produttrice ha provveduto a far recapitare loro come gentile omaggio. Lungi dall’ essere la voce indipendente che ci si sarebbe aspettati qualche anno fa, rappresentano oggi un vero e proprio strumento di marketing, un “investimento da potenziare”, come ha risposto a domanda diretta, Pietro Negra, Presidente di Pinko, durante il recente intervento all’ Università La Sapienza, in osservanza di una pratica largamente condivisa nel settore. Non è giornalismo, è vero, ma spesso viene confuso con questo, da chi legge e, quel che è peggio, anche da chi lo pratica: ma il giornalismo non è una voce di spesa in un bilancio aziendale, nemmeno con quei “dovuti omaggi” che, come Stefano Dominella ha candidamente ammesso – nessuna novità, in effetti –, rappresentano il minimo nei confronti di giornalisti che hanno seguito con interesse le attività del marchio. Il giornalismo serve a scoprire, capire, far riflettere: serve a far spostare, con la spina nel fianco di un’ inchiesta ben fatta e ben scritta, quegli investimenti di marketing camuffato da opinione al miglioramento del prodotto e delle condizioni di lavoro dei dipendenti, tasto spesso dolente e quanto mai di scottante attualità”.

The moder of fashion blog, founder of A Shaded View on Fashion blog and the A Shaded View On Fashion Festival and me

Diane Pernet, the mother of fashion blog, founder of A Shaded View on Fashion blog,  A Shaded View On Fashion Film Festival and me

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It will start on 20th May 2013, at 4:00 pm, in the Rome Costume & Fashion Academy In Accademia, the series of events, fashion talks with renowned young fashion designers, fashion experts, journalists and fashion bloggers to talk about contemporary fashion, focusing on the new talents of made in Italy. The first event of series will feature the brilliant fashion designer Marco De Vincenzo of whose work embodies a marvelous demi-couture, a sophisticated search under the sign of experimentation along with the fashion journalist of Il Giornale newspaper Daniela Fedi. A not to missed happening to know fashion, told by the insiders.

IN ACCADEMIA, UNA CONVERSAZIONE DI MODA CON MARCO DE VINCENZO & DANIELA FEDI ALL’ ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME & MODA DI ROMA

Marco De Vincenzo

Marco De Vincenzo

Inizierà il 20 maggio 2013, alle ore 16:00, all’ Accademia di Costume & Moda di Roma In Accademia, la serie di eventi, fashion talks con rinomati giovani fashion designers, esperti della moda, giornalisti e fashion bloggers per parlare di moda contemporanea, dedicandosi ai nuovi talenti del made in Italy. Il primo evento della serie avrà quale protagonista il brillante fashion designer Marco De Vincenzo, la cui opera racchiude una meravigliosa demi-couture, una sofisticata ricerca all’ insegna della sperimentazione, unitamente alla giornalista di moda del quotidiano Il Giornale Daniela Fedi. Un evento imperdibile per conoscere la moda, raccontata dagli addetti ai lavori.

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The work by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy at the Gina Lollobrigida room, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy at the Gina Lollobrigida room, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

It was held at the Rome Costume and Fashion Academy the Open-day, smashing event which showcased the work by renowned fashion school established yesterday by Rosana Pistolese, headed today by the daughter Fiamma Lanzara and her son Lupo Lanzara, who started a work successfully joining fashion to contemporary times.

The work by  a graduated student of the Costume & Fashion Academy at the Gina Lollobrigida room, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by a graduated student of the Costume & Fashion Academy at the Gina Lollobrigida room, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work on the theme of androginy by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work focused on the black line by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

he work by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work  focused on Andy Wharhol by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work focused on color drops by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

he work by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

he work on implosion esthétique by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work on Eighties by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The sketches of items featuring in Talents 2013, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The sketches of items featuring in Talents 2013, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The creations by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The creations by graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The works by  graduated students of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The works by Michela Archibugi, graduated student of the Costume & Fashion Academy featuring in Talents 2013, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A work by a graduated student of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A work by a graduated student of the Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A creation and the creator, graduated student of Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

A creation and the creator, graduated student of Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Here it was showcased the works of graduated students included in the factories featuring in the training courses of Academy as the ones on accessories, jewelry, fashion design and many other ones along with the sketches and items presented during Talents 2013( event which was held on January 2013 during the latest edition of Altaroma). A brilliant initiative to show the work of a laudable and healthy institution to discover and enjoy.

IL LABORATORIO DELLA CREATIVITÀ IN MOSTRA: L’ OPEN DAY ALL’ ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME E MODA DI ROMA

The costumes made by the raduated students of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The costumes made by the raduated students of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Si è tenuto presso l’ Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma l’ Open-day, formidabile evento che ha presentato l’ opera della rinomata scuola di moda fondata ieri da Rosana Pistolese, guidata oggi dalla figlia Fiamma Lanzara e da suo figlio Lupo Lanzara, che ha intrapreso un’ opera che felicemente unisce la moda alla contemporaneità.

The sketches giving rise to the costumes made by graduated students of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The sketches giving rise to the costumes made by graduated students of Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The professor of training course on jewelry who explains the creative process which gives rise to the jewelry, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The professor of training course on jewelry who explains the creative process which gives rise to the jewelry, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The professor of training course on jewelry who explains the creative process which gives rise to the jewelry, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The professor of training course on jewelry who explains the creative process which gives rise to the jewelry, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work focused on by gradated students of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work focused on Scottish flowers by gradated students of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by the graduated students of  Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by the graduated students of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by the graduated students of  Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by the graduated students of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by the graduated students of  Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The work by the graduated students of Rome Fashion & Costume Academy, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Ivi sono state esposti i lavori degli studenti neo-diplomati inclusi nei laboratori protagonisti dei corsi formativi dell’ Accademia quali quelli su accessori, gioielli, fashion design e molti altri unitamente ai bozzetti e capi presentati in occasione di Talents 2013( evento che si è tenuto nel Gennaio 2013 in occasione dell’ ultima edizione di Altaroma). Una brillante iniziativa per mostrare il lavoro di una lodevole e salubre istituzione da scoprire e apprezzare.

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A homage to the best tradition of craftsmanship by Italian fashion will feature in the exhibition “The seduction of craftsmanship or the beauty and well done” curated by Bonizza Giordani Aragno and Stefano Dominella (promoted by UnindustriaRome, Frosinone, Rieti and Viterbo industrialists and companies Union in collaboration with CNA- National Confederation of Lazio Craftsmanship and small and middle company and MAT-Museum of Arts and Folk Traditions, the Rome Chamber of Commerce and the support by Culture Ministry, Rome Province, the National Chamber of Italian Fashion and Altaroma) which will be opened on 5th December 2012 at the National Museum of Arts and Folk Traditions and run through 10th February 2013. Here it will be showcased a wide range of Italian creativity, combining haute-couture, ready to wear and demi-couture, the work by genius, legendary personas as Roberta di Camerino, Walter Albini, Gianni Versace, Gianfranco Ferrè, contemporary fashion designers as Antonio Marras, Missoni, Romeo Gigli, bright fashion designers under the sign of demi-couture and ready to wear as Sylvio Giardina, Gabriele Colangelo, Bragia, emerging talents as Benedetta Bruzziches, Sante Bozzo and Tiziano Guardini, the creations hosted by the Reggio Emilia ModatecaDeanna of Deanna Ferretti Veroni, Annamode, the Costumes of Rome Opera theatre and others along with the creations by the most talented students from the Lazio fashion schools as the renowned Rome Costume & Fashion Academy, Frosinone Arts Academy, Koefia Academy, Maria Maiano Academy, National Academy of Tailors, Rome European Design Institute, Virginia Woolf Institute, Ida Ferri fashion school. A nice happening to see and enjoy the old traditions of made in Italy overlapping to what already exists and what  is going to be developed, creativity in open order.

CREATIVITÀ IN ORDINE SPARSO: LA SEDUZIONE DELL’ ARTIGIANATO AL MUSEO NAZIONALE DELLE ARTI E TRADIZIONI POPOLARI 

Sylvio Giardina

Sylvio Giardina

Un omaggio alla migliore tradizione dell’ artigianato della moda italiana sarà protagonista della mostra “La seduzione dell’ artigianato ovvero il bello e ben fatto” curata da Bonizza Giordani Aragno e di Stefano Dominella (promossa da Unindustria-Unione degli Industriali e Imprese di Roma, Frosinone, Rieti e Viterbo in collaborazione con CNA- Confederazione Nazionale della piccola e media impresa del Lazio e il MAT-Museo delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari, la Rome Camera di Commercio di Roma e il patrocinio del Ministero dei Beni e Attività Culturali, la Provincia di Roma, la Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana e Altaroma) che sarà inaugurata il 5 dicembre 2012 presso il Museo Nazionale delle arti e Tradizioni Popolari e proseguirà fino al 10 febbraio 2013. Ivi sarà esposta un’ ampia rassegna di creatività che unisce l’ alta moda, il prêt a porter, l’ opera di geniali personaggi leggendari quali Roberta di Camerino, Walter Albini, Gianni Versace, Gianfranco Ferrè, fashion designers contemporanei quali Antonio Marras, Missoni, Romeo Gigli, brillanti fashion designers all’ insegna della demi-couture e del prêt a porter quali Sylvio Giardina, Gabriele Colangelo, Bragia, talenti emergenti quali Benedetta Bruzziches, Sante Bozzo e Tiziano Guardini, le creazioni ospitate dalla ModatecaDeanna di Reggio Emilia di Deanna Ferretti Veroni, Annamode, i Costumi del Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma e altri unitamente alle creazioni dei più talentuosi studenti delle scuole di moda del Lazio quali la rinomata Accademia di Costume e Moda di Roma, l’ Accademia di Belle Arti di Frosinone, l’ Accademia Koefia, l’ Accademia Maria Maiano, l’ Accademia Nazionale dei Sartori,l’ Istituto Europeo di Design, l’ Istituto Virginia Woolf, la Scuola di Moda Ida Ferri. Un simpatico evento per vedere e apprezzare le vecchie tradizioni del made in Italy che si sovrappongono a ciò che già esiste e sta per essere consolidato, creatività in ordine sparso.