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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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photo by N

photo by N

Sharing and activism in the name of fashion, this is a call to act for all the ones who think Made in Italy is a source of culture and productivity. To join with me it’s very simple, take a picture, a selfie, like I did to assert “I am with Altaroma” and post it on Instagram and Facebook. Dear FBFers, you are asking: why? That is part of the digital campaign “# IostoconAltaroma” to support Altaroma – event promoting young creativity made in Italy and presenting fashion in its vibrant alchemies with art, craftsmanship and design, showcasing also the works by the students from the fashion schools – and the work done until now by this public institution. It has spent many years and alternated different presidencies ( headed yesterday by Nicoletta Fiorucci and now by Silvia Venturini Fendi) that have driven fashion, the haute fashion existing in Italy and having in Rome its main house to a work of relaunch and renewal, connected to contemporary fashion, art and craftsmanship, precious mastership which is very thriving in Rome.

It exists the concrete risk all was done until now to promote and showcase the Made in Italy internationally could be deleted and a city, Rome, the capital of Italy, bringer of a legendary past and many experiences on the art of making, falls again into the darkness, oblivion. That is not fair and offences all of the people working, very much and good, in this realm. It’s a modest action what I am asking you for, but modest actions, ideas, value produce big changes, that is what I am wishing for. This is a spontaneous reaction to the news I knew some days ago. I discovered the Winter edition of Altaromawhich should be held from 24th to 27th January 2015 – could be shelved “due to the lack of decisions from the partners concerning the annual contribute”( as it was written in the press release which has informed me of this fact). The lack of funds is an issue in Italy, unfortunately experienced by many productive realms, due to a crisis which is hard to cross, along with other pathologies, the diabolical cocktail made of policy, its corruption and mafia, as it evidences the latest news regarding the City of Rome and the operation “Mafia Roma”.

That exists unfortunately, but it’s not the only Italy existing, there is an Italy working and dreaming of a better Italy, a Country welcoming its citizens, instead of making them escape abroad to look for a chance to express their skills. At this time there are a lot of Italians living in Italy, facing with the problems due to the crisis and working, giving their contribution to change this status quo. And fashion is one of its most productive areas. Industries, companies, institutions as Altaroma are currently bringers of productivity and give a big contribution to Italy in terms of GNP. GNP is not all, as it has evidenced yesterday by Adriano Olivetti and the development of his company (from which it has arisen a model of company “The Olivetti model”, which was successfully implemented as a whole by the Food company Ferrero known worldwide for its celebrated “Nutella”, a company which was not victim of the negative effects arising from the crisis). “There is beyond the apparent rhythm “- as he asserted – “something more fascinating, a destination, a vocation also in the life of a company”. That something more is made of values. Spiritual values that are more precious of GNP, though it needs. Fashion is a productive field and embodies different values that were the purposes got by Altaroma as the culture of fashion, the support of emerging creativity and the synergies between high fashion and ready to wear, realms that give to work to many people and can give working to many other people. Fashion is a source, a source of productivity and culture. Thus I ask to myself why public institutions could delete what it was built until know, what made Rome more international and known?

The funds lack, but they can be raised. I am skeptical behind the public institutions’ myopia – even if they have recently, widely experienced generosity coming from privates. I am talking about the gala dinner of the exhibition “Bellissima”, organized in collaboration with Altaroma and in main partnership with Bulgari, which was held at MAXXI Museum giving rise and hosted a fund raising amounting to 600,000 Euros, resulting from the generosity of fashion which joined art to support a museum which is experiencing a hard time. It’s easy when the contributes come from the private entities, but it becomes hard when it regards public institutions. I consider the absence of City of Rome’s officers which is a partner of Altaroma and never appeared at the meeting to fix the annual contribution – to the risk to miss a chance of developing and just break down, though I wish there is a positive change. Therefore it’s important you join with me and express your support to this campaign, spreading the word and paying attention to that. I also ask to my fellows, fashion bloggers and journalist for talking about that in order to avoid the news ends like those news, tragic news concerning Italy and its citizens, creating noises lasting for one day only. Thus please let’s do that, by sharing this post and/or writing other. Living in a Middle Age time, very dark, where everything, good and beautiful there is, breaks down, it’s important to fight against ignorance and inertia, reacting vertically to save culture and fashion.

IO STO CON ALTAROMA: SOSTENIAMO  LA CAMPAGNA DIGITALE #IOSTOCONALTAROMA!

photo by N

photo by N

Condivisione e attivismo nel nome della moda, questa è una chiamata all’ azione per tutti coloro che ritengono che il Made in Italy sia una fonte di cultura e produttività. Unirsi a me è molto semplice, scattare una foto, un selfie, come io stessa ho fatto, per affermare “Io sto con Altaroma” e postarla su Instagram e Facebook. Cari FBFers, vi state chiedendo: perché? Ciò fa parte della campagna digitale “# IostoconAltaroma” per sostenere Altaroma – evento che promuove la creatività emergente, il Made in Italy e presenta la moda nelle sue vibranti alchimie con l’ arte, l’ artigianalità e il design, esponendo anche i lavori degli studenti delle scuole di moda – e l’ opera che questa istituzione pubblica ha fatto finora. Sono passati tanti anni e si sono avvicendate diverse presidenze ( ieri alla guida di Nicoletta Fiorucci e da un paio di anni di Silvia Venturini Fendi) che hanno guidato la moda, l’ alta moda che esiste in Italia e ha a Roma la sua principale dimora verso un’ opera di rilancio e rinnovamento, legata alla  moda contemporanea, all’ arte e all’ artigianato, preziosa maestranza che è oltremodo fiorente a Roma.

Esiste il rischio concreto che tutto ciò che è stato fatto finora per promuovere ed esporre il Made in Italy a livello internazionale sia cancellato e che una città, Roma, la capitale d’ Italia, portatrice di un leggendario passato e copiose esperienze nell’ arte del fare, ricada nelle tenebre, nel dimenticatoio. Ciò non è giusto e offende tutta la gente che lavora, tanto e bene, in questo ambito. È un’ azione modesta quella ciò che vi sto chiedendo, ma le azioni modeste, le idee, i valori, producono grandi cambiamenti, questo, ciò che mi auguro. Questa è una reazione spontanea alle notizie di cui sono venuta a sapere giorni fa. Ho scoperto che l’ edizione invernale di Altaromache dovrebbe tenersi dal 24 al 27 gennaio 2015potrebbe essere congelata “in assenza di decisioni dei soci sul contributo annuale”( come era scritto nel comunicato stampa che mi informava dell’ accaduto). La mancanza di fondi è una problematica in Italia, sfortunatamente sperimentata da suoi vari ambiti produttivi a causa di una crisi che è difficile superare unitamente ad altre patologie, il cocktail diabolico fatto di politica, la sua corruzione e mafia, come si evince dalle ultime notizie che riguardano il Comune di Roma e l’ operazione “Mafia Roma”.

Ciò purtroppo esiste, ma non è l’ unica Italia che c’è, c’è un’ Italia che lavora e sogna un’ Italia migliore, un Paese che accoglie e valorizza i suoi cittadini, invece di farli fuggire via all’ estero a cercare un’ occasione per esprimere i loro talenti. In questo momento ci sono molti italiani che vivono in Italia, si confrontano con i problemi derivanti dalla crisi e lavorano, dando il loro contributo per cambiare questo status quo. E la moda è una delle sue aree più produttive. Industrie, aziende, istituzioni come Altaroma sono attualmente portatrici di produttività e danno un grande contributo all’ Italia in termini di PIL. Il PIL non è tutto, come è stato dimostrato ieri da Adriano Olivetti e dallo sviluppo della sua azienda (da cui è nato un modello aziendale “Il modello Olivetti” che è stato felicemente attuato per intero dall’ azienda alimentare Ferrero, nota in tutto il mondo per la sua celebre “Nutella”, un’ azienda che non è stata vittima degli effetti negativi derivanti dalla crisi). “C’è qualcosa al di là del ritmo apparente – come costui affermava – di più affascinante, una destinazione, una vocazione anche nella vita di un’ azienda”. Quel qualcosa in più è fatto di valori, i valori spirituali che sono molto più preziosi del PIL, anche se esso serve. La moda è un settore produttivo e racchiude in sé diversi valori che sono stati gli obiettivi raggiunti da Altaroma quali la cultura della moda, il sostegno alla creatività emergente e le sinergie tra alta moda e prêt à porter, ambiti che offrono lavoro a tante persone e che possono dar lavoro ad altrettante persone. La moda è una risorsa, una fonte di produttività e cultura. Perciò mi chiedo perché le istituzioni pubbliche potrebbero cancellare ciò che è stato costruito finora, ciò che ha reso Roma più internazionale e nota?

I fondi mancano, ma possono essere raccolti. Sono scettica dinanzi alla miopia delle pubbliche istituzioni – anche se esse stesse hanno recentemente, ampiamente sperimentato la generosità proveniente dai privati. Mi riferisco alla cena di gala per la mostra “Bellissima”, organizzata in collaborazione con Altaroma e in main partnership con Bulgari, che si é tenuta al Museo MAXXI ed ha ospitato una raccolta di fondi per il Museo pari a 600.000 Euro, derivante dalla generosità della moda che si è unita all’ arte per supportare un museo che sta vivendo un momento difficile. È facile quando i contributi provengono da organismi privati, ma diventa difficile quando si ha a che fare con le pubbliche istituzioni. Prendo in considerazione l’ assenza dei rappresentanti del Comune di Roma che è un socio di Altaroma e non si è mai presentato al meeting per fissare il contributo annuale – al rischio di perdere un occasione di sviluppo e fallire, benché speri che ci sia un cambiamento positivo. Pertanto è importante che vi uniate a me ed esprimiate il vostro sostegno a questa campagna, spargendo la parola e prestando attenzione a essa. Inoltre chiedo ai miei colleghi, fashion bloggers e giornalisti di parlarne al fine di evitare che la notizia faccia la fine di tante notizie, quelle notizie tragiche che riguardano l’ Italia e i suoi cittadini e creano rumore che dura soltanto un giorno. Fatelo,condividendo questo post e/o scrivendo altro. Vivendo in un’ epoca medioevale, oltremodo oscura in cui tutto ciò che di buono e bello esiste cade a pezzi è importante combattere l’ ignoranza e l’inerzia, reagendo verticalmente per proteggere la cultura e la moda.

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Ilaria Venturini Fendi talking about the event before its start, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi talking about the event before its start, photo by N

It was held yesterday in the Rome countryside, at La Storta, in the Casali del Pino, “Seminare il futuro”(meaning “Sowing the future”), a smashing initiative launched by the chain of organic supermarkets Naturasì and hosted by the organic farm by the fashion designer and social activist Ilaria Venturini Fendi. A return to nature, its rhythm, a gesture talking about humanity, sharing and connecting again the man to the earth: to sow the seeds, the seeds of grain. This event, come to its third edition, was held simultaneously held in many farms inside out Italy. Many people, families and children attended at at “Seminare il futuro” and started to sow at 11:00 am. It was the first time I attended at this event and it was a beautiful experience, framed by a sunny day, I enjoyed very much. Me along with many people – after having a delicious breakfast made of organic products which also featured the delicious bread made exclusively for the event by the Casali del Pino along with other organic products given by Naturasì – started to sow the wheat seeds, a special type of wheat, the “Claudio” wheat, existing since the age of ancient Roman emperor Claudio. A special emotion was embodied in this gesture – to bring the seeds and spread them on the ground -, representing the idea of sharing, giving something of ourselves to the ground, the place hosting us. A precious consciousness, connected to humanity, the respect and love for environment. Those are the values successfully made concrete by the nice people who featured in the event who enthusiastically joined and spent one day under the sign of nature. Silence, interrupted by voices of children, the bleats of sheep, light swish of trees and enriched by Epicurean interludes (including a selection of organic cheeses made by using vegetal rennet and cold cuts by the Casali del Pino).

“SEMINARE IL FUTURO”: LA CULTURA DELLA NATURA COME STILE DI VITA

Me, myself and I ready to sow, photo by N

Me, myself and I ready to sow, photo by N

Si è tenuta ieri presso la campagna romana, a La Storta, ai Casali del Pino, “Seminare il futuro”, una formidabile iniziativa lanciata dalla catena di supermercati biologici Naturasì e ospitata dall’ azienda agricola biologica della fashion designer e attivista del sociale social Ilaria Venturini Fendi. Un ritorno alla natura, al suo ritmo, a un gesto che parla di umanità, condivisione e ricollega l’ uomo alla terra: piantare i semi, i semi del grano. L’ evento, giunto alla sua terza edizione, si è tenuto simultaneamente in molteplici aziende agricole dentro e fuori dall’ Italia. Molta gente, famiglie e bambini hanno partecipato a “Seminare il futuro” hanno iniziato a seminare alle ore 11:00. Era la prima volta che partecipavo a questo evento, una bella esperienza, incorniciata da una giornata di sole che ho apprezzato molto. Io e molte persone – dopo una deliziosa colazione fatta di prodotti biologici di cui è stato protagonista anche un delizioso pane preparato esclusivamente per l’ evento dai Casali del Pino unitamente ad altri prodotti offerti da Naturasì – abbiamo cominciato a piantare i semi di grano, una varietà speciale di grano, il grano Claudio” che esiste sin dall’ epoca dell’ imperatore Claudio dell’ antica Roma. Una particolare emozione era racchiusa in questo gesto – prendere i semi e spargerli nel terreno – che rappresenta l’ idea della condivisione, del dare qualcosa di noi alla terra, il luogo che ci ospita. Una preziosa consapevolezza, legata all’ umanità, al rispetto e all’ amore per l’ ambiente. Questi i valori felicemente concretizzati dalle simpatiche persone protagoniste dell’ evento che hanno aderito ad esso con entusiasmo e hanno trascorso una giornata all’ insegna della natura. Silenzio, interrotto dalle voci di grandi e piccini, dai belati delle pecore, dal lieve fruscio degli alberi e arricchito da interludi epicurei(comprensivi di una selezione di formaggi biologici realizzati avvalendosi di caglio vegetale e salumi dei Casali del Pino).

Mother and daughter: Anna Venturini Fendi and Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Mother and daughter: Anna Venturini Fendi and Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez going to sow, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends going to sow, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends going to sow, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends sowing, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

The walk of a pioneer: Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

The walk of a pioneer: Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and the people sowing, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and the people sowing, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez ready to sow, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez ready to sow, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the grain to the people, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the grain to the people, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the wheat seeds to the people, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the wheat seeds to the people, photo by N

A selfi(esh) afternoon moment ft me, myself & I and Roberto Palagetti, photo by N

A selfi(esh) afternoon moment ft me, myself & I and Roberto Palagetti, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, myself and I, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, myself and I, photo by N

Me, myself & I  along with the people sowing, photo by Enea Roveda

Me, myself & I along with the people sowing, photo by Enea Roveda

Seminare il futuro at the Casali del Pino, photo by N

Seminare il futuro at the Casali del Pino, photo by N

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Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Modernism, avant-garde, refinement and experimentation, symmetry and lightness, an elegance talking about the art of made in Italy and culture, this is the core of Spring/Summer 2015 collection by Fendi, paying homage to the architecture, the Rome Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana ( Rationalist building – hosting the brand Headquarters – which has drawn inspiration by the metaphysical painting by De Chirico) and its arches. Colors are light, natural and basic(black and white).  A wise game of cuts and transparencies enhances the silhouette along with marvelous prints and unusual reinterpretations in sophisticated way of cloths as denim. It features the orchid-motif  being embroidered in the invitation of fashion show and is impressed on shirts, trousers, dresses and accessories, bags ( as the legendary Baguette bag, enriched by many decorations and Peekaboo bag) and shoes, sandals, genuine masterpieces.

L’ ARTE DEL MADE IN ITALY & LA CULTURA: IL MODERNISMO, L’ AVANGUARDIA & LA RAFFINATEZZA DI FENDI

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Modernismo, avanguardia, raffinatezza e sperimentazione, simmetria e leggerezza, un’ eleganza che parla dell’ arte del made in Italy e di cultura, questo, il cuore della collezione primavera/estate 2015 di Fendi che rende omaggio all’ architettura, al Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana di Roma (costruzione razionalista – e sede centrale del marchio – che ha tratto ispirazione dalla pittura metafisica di De Chirico) e alle sue arcate. I colori sono tenui, naturali e basici (bianco e nero). Un sapiente gioco di tagli e trasparenze esalta la silhouette unitamente a splendide stampe e insolite reinterpretazioni in chiave sofisticata di tessuti quali il denim. Protagonista, il motivo a orchidea che è ricamato nell’ invito alla sfilata ed è impresso su camicie, pantaloni, abiti e accessori, borse( quali la leggendaria Baguette, arricchita da plurime decorazioni e la Peekaboo) e le scarpe, i sandali, autentici capolavori.

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Fendi Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Silvia Venturini Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld, photo by N

 

The backstage of Fendi fashion show, photo by N

The backstage of Fendi fashion show, photo by N

 

Silvia Venturini Fendi and Bianca Brandolini D' Adda, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and Bianca Brandolini D’ Adda, photo by N

 

Carla Fendi, photo by N

Carla Fendi, photo by N

 

Delfina Delettrez, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez, photo by N

 

Mother and daughter: Silvia Venturini Fendi and Leonetta Luciano Fendi, photo by N

Mother and daughter: Silvia Venturini Fendi and Leonetta Luciano Fendi, photo by N

 

Nina Pons Fendi and me, myself and I, photo by N

Nina Pons Fendi and me, myself and I, photo by N

 

 

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A girl wearing the dress and jewelry by Myriam B., photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

A girl wearing the dress and jewelry by Myriam B., photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

Fashion and olfactive design featured in “Beyond black, fashion as experience”, collateral event of the Altaroma latest edition I ideated and curated which coincided with “Black celebration”, the other official event I made in collaboration with Altaroma and was held in Rome, at the same street, via di Montoro, smashing area hosting factories of artisans. Three were the different locations that hosted a smashing showcase of creativity made in Italy: the factory Menexa, the bride atelier La Maison Blanche and the factory of lutist Michel Eggimann where was presented the creations by OFFICINE904, Myriam B. and Anna Porcu, combined to olfactive installations smelling of artistic perfumery scents created by Meo Fusciuni, romantic and genius aromatorius, apothecary, researcher of olfactive memory embodying liquid emotions in a bottle, that tells about his journeys, uniqueness of experiences and universality of feelings. The travelling universe of scents by Meo, his two fragrances composing the Trilogia di viaggio, “1#nota di viaggio (Rites de passage)” and “2#nota di viaggio (Shukran…)” dialogued with the minimalism and craftsmanship by OFFICINE 904, eclectic factory and brand of accessories and jewelry created by Paolo Porcu Rodriguez and Silvia Pavanello – promoting and successfully making concrete a free dialogue between art, fashion, design e architecture, giving rise to ideas on the move, signs, symbols, surfaces and shapes becoming projects and products, stories and experiences drawing the Italian lifestyle and taste – that were hosted by the factory Menexa. The approach of matter by Myriam B., inspired by the nature, flowers and corals that are reworked by non-specific paillettes, feathers and gems where it shines a bright craftsmanship, was combined to the third scent talking about the scent of love and composes the trilogy of journey by Meo Fusciuni, “3# nota di viaggio (Ciavuru d’amuri)”, suave dialogue enhanced by the light atmospheres of the bride La Maison Blanche. The poetry by Anna Porcu where fascinations from the past, made concrete by a jewel, the cameo, become contemporary and blend in the leather and silver, joined to music or rather to the creations by the lutist Michel Eggiman and scents by Meo Fusciuni or the two fragrances composing il Ciclo della poesia (The cycle of poetry). Lights and shadows, nostalgia and love, the features of two scents, “Notturno” and “Luce” that were part of a delicate olfactive installation. A myriad of signs, craftsmanship, art, uniqueness and experimentation that catch fashion as total experience and lifestyle. An enchanting afternoon interlude which was sweetened by the experience of taste by a renowned Sicilian wine house, Tasca d’ Almerita along with the creations by Bocca di Dama.

 

ALTAROMA: “BEYOND BLACK, FASHION AS EXPERIENCE”, UN’ ESPERIENZA POMERIDIANA DI MODA & DESIGN OLFATTIVO

The olfactive installation by Meo Fusciuni at the Menexa factory, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

The olfactive installation by Meo Fusciuni at the Menexa factory, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

Moda e design olfattivo sono stati i protagonisti di “Beyond black, fashion as experience”, evento collaterale dell’ ultima edizione di Altaroma da me ideato e curato in concomitanza di “Black celebration”, l’ altro evento da me realizzato in collaborazione con Altaroma e si è tenuto a Roma, nella stessa strada, a via di Montoro, formidabile area che ospita i laboratori di artigiani. Tre erano le diverse locations che esponevano una formidabile rassegna di creatività made in Italy: la factory Menexa, l’ atelier di abiti da sposa La Maison Blanche e la factory del liutaio Michel Eggimann in cui sono state presentate le creazioni di OFFICINE904, Myriam B. and Anna Porcu, abbinate a installazioni olfattive di fragranze di profumeria artistica create da Meo Fusciuni, romantico e geniale aromatario, uno speziale, ricercatore della memoria olfattiva che racchiude emozioni liquide in bottiglia, le quali narrano i suoi viaggi, unicità di esperienze e universalità di sentimenti. L’ itinerante universo di odori di Meo, le sue due fragranze che compongono la Trilogia di viaggio, “1#nota di viaggio (Rites de passage)” e “2#nota di viaggio (Shukran…)”, ha dialogato con il minimalismo e l’ artigianalità di OFFICINE 904, eclettica factory e brand toscano di accessori e gioielli creato da Paolo Porcu Rodriguez e Silvia Pavanello – il quale promuove e concretizza felicemente un libero dialogo tra arte, moda, design e architettura, dando vita a idee in movimento, segni simboli, superfici e forme che diventano progetti e prodotti, storia ed esperienze che disegnano il lifestyle e gusto italiano – che era presso ospitato la factory Menexa. L’ approccio materico di Myriam B., che trae ispirazione dalla natura, da fiori e coralli che vengono rielaborati mediante aspecifiche paillettes, piume e pietre dure in cui splende una brillante artigianalità, è stato abbinato alla terza fragranza che parla dell’ odore dell’ amore e compone la trilogia di viaggio di Meo Fusciuni,  “3# nota di viaggio (Ciavuru d’amuri)”, soave dialogo valorizzato dalle leggiadre atmosfere dell’ atelier di abiti da sposa La Maison Blanche di Davide Raciti. La poesia di Anna Porcu in cui fascinazioni del passato, concretizzate da un gioiello, il cammeo, diventano contemporanee e si fondono con la pelle e l’ argento, si è unita alla musica o meglio alle creazioni del liutaio Michel Eggiman ed agli effluvi di Meo Fusciuni ovvero le due fragranze che compongono il Ciclo della poesia. Luci e ombre, nostalgia e amore, i protagonisti di due profumi, “Notturno” e “Luce” che hanno fatto parte di una delicata installazione olfattiva. Una miriade di segni, artigianalità, arte, unicità e sperimentazione che immortala la moda come esperienza totale e stile di vita. Un’ incantevole interludio pomeridiano che è stato addolcito dall’ esperienza del gusto di una rinomata casa vinicola siciliana, Tasca d’ Almerita unitamente alle creazioni di Bocca di Dama.

OFFICINE904, photo by N

OFFICINE904, photo by N

OFFICINE904, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

OFFICINE904, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

OFFICINE904, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

OFFICINE904, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

Silvia Venturini Fendi, talking with Lorcan O' Neill along with me and Massimiliano Padovan, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

Silvia Venturini Fendi, talking with Lorcan O’ Neill along with me and Massimiliano Padovan, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

Me, myself & Sergio Zambon, photo by N

Me, myself & Sergio Zambon, photo by N

 

The jewelry by Myriam B., a dress by Christian Lacroix and the scent “3# nota di viaggio (Ciavuru d'amuri)” by Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

The jewelry by Myriam B., a dress by Christian Lacroix and the scent “3# nota di viaggio (Ciavuru d’amuri)” by Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

 

 

A dress by Christian Lacroix at the bride atelier La Maison Blanche, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

A dress by Christian Lacroix at the bride atelier La Maison Blanche, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

The jewelry by Myriam B.and the scent “3# nota di viaggio (Ciavuru d'amuri)” by Meo Fusciuni, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

The jewelry by Myriam B.and the scent “3# nota di viaggio (Ciavuru d’amuri)” by Meo Fusciuni, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

Myriam B., photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

Myriam B., photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

Davide Racite from the atelier La Maison Blance, my, myself and Silvia Venturini Fendi along with Davide Racite's wife, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

Davide Racite from the atelier La Maison Blance, my, myself and Silvia Venturini Fendi along with Davide Racite’s wife, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

Me, myself and Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

Me, myself and Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

 

The jewelry by Anna Porcu and the scent "Luce" by Meo Fusciuni at the factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by N

The jewelry by Anna Porcu and the scent “Luce” by Meo Fusciuni at the factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by N

 

The jewelry by Anna Porcu at the factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by N

The jewelry by Anna Porcu at the factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by N

 

Meo Fusciuni at the factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

Meo Fusciuni at the factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

The factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

The factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

he factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

The factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

he factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

The factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

The factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

The factory of lutist Michel Eggimann, photo by Francesca Lattanzi & Luca Sorrentino

 

Me, myself and I, photo by N

Me, myself and I, photo by N

 

 

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Some of the little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Some of the little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Floracult, the event celebrating the nature and its culture, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi and curated by Antonella Fornai, which was held in the Rome countryside, in La Storta, at I Casali del Pino, has been the successful chance to discover and enjoy flowers, plants, the little, big hosts of natural world, meet awesome companions of Epicurean interludes and share new flavors. Concerning the Epicurean side of my stay at Floracult, at I Casali del Pino – which is a smashing farming company, producing cheeses, cold cuts, pastries and other delights and is the place where is also the factory of Carmina Campus, brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture promoting the culture of re-use and sustainability, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi – I was pleased of discover and enjoy the wines and spirits selected by Anna Venturini Fendi about I will talk about much more soon. It has been a smashing, magic experience, an unforgettable edition of an event, successfully making concrete that healthy ethic I celebrate.

FLORACULT: TRE GIORNI ALL’ INSEGNA DI ARTE, PROFUMI, DELLA NATURA E DELLA SUA CULTURA (3)

My new friend, Lea bulimique, from the Scialanga family, photo by N

My new friend, Lea bulimique, from the Scialanga family, photo by N

 Floracult, l’ evento che celebra la natura e la sua cultura, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi e curato da Antonella Fornai, che si è tenuto nella campagna romana, a La Storta, presso I Casali del Pino, è stato la felice occasione per scoprire e apprezzare i piccoli, grandi ospiti del mondo della natura, conoscere fantastici compagni di interludi epicurei e condividere nuovi sapori. Riguardo alla dimensione epicurea della mia permanenza a Floracult, a I Casali del Pino – che è una formidabile azienda agricola che produce, formaggi, salumi, torte e altre delizie ed è anche il luogo in cui si trova la factory di Carmina Campus, brand, di accessori, gioielli e componenti di arredo che racchiude in sé la cultura del riuso e la sostenibilità, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi – mi ha fatto molto piacere scoprire e gustare i vini e i distillati selezionati da Anna Venturini Fendi dei quali parlerò presto più approfonditamente. È stata una formidabile, magica esperienza, un’ edizione indimenticabile di un evento che concretizza felicemente quella salubre etica che celebra.

Other little hosts, featuring in Floracult

Other little hosts, featuring in Floracult

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Waiting to turn into a butterfly, photo by N

Waiting to turn into a butterfly, photo by N

Spices on show at Floracult, photo by N

Spices on show at Floracult, photo by N

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

One of the delicious pastries by I Casali Del Pino, photo by N

One of the delicious pastries by I Casali Del Pino, photo by N

One of the delicious pastries from I Casali del Pino, photo by N

One of the delicious pastries from I Casali del Pino, photo by N

The place hosting the delights by I Casali del Pino, photo by N

The place hosting the delights by I Casali del Pino, photo by N

The red wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi

The red wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Spina di pesca, one of the wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Spina di pesca, one of the wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi, Paola Fendi, Emma Bonino, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Ilaria Venturini Fendi, Antonella Antonelli, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi, Paola Fendi, Emma Bonino, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Ilaria Venturini Fendi, Antonella Antonelli, photo by N

Antonella Antonelli and me, photo by N

Antonella Antonelli and me, photo by N

Roberto D' Agostino and Irene Ghergo, photo by N

Roberto D’ Agostino and Irene Ghergo, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez and me,  photo by N

Delfina Delettrez and me, photo by N

Umberto Pons and Giacomo Pons Fendi, photo by N

Umberto Pons and Giacomo Pons Fendi, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta, Federica Castellani and Pietro Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta, Federica Castellani and Pietro Scialanga, photo by N

Two friends are better than one: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Nicola Paccagnella, photo by N

Two friends are better than one: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Nicola Paccagnella, photo by N

Stephan Hamel and me, photo by N

Stephan Hamel and me, photo by N

Davide Orlandi Dormino and Clara Tosi Pamphili, photo by N

Davide Orlandi Dormino and Clara Tosi Pamphili, photo by N

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

Claudio Santamaria and his intense green shooping, photo by N

Claudio Santamaria and his intense green shooping, photo by N

My hair stylist at Floracult, Silvia Turbo and me, photo by N

My hair stylist at Floracult, Silvia Turbo and me, photo by N

Two rainbows are better than one at Floracult, photo by N

Two rainbows are better than one at Floracult, photo by N

www.floracult.com

Life is sharing: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and me, photo by Stephan Hamel

Life is sharing: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and me, photo by Stephan Hamel

The fifth edition of Floracult, event celebrating the nature and its culture, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi and curated by Antonella Fornai – which was held in the Rome countryside, at La Storta, in I Casali del Pino -, opened with a series of smashing initiatives as the talk moderated by the journalist and author Ida Tonini starring Meo Fusciuni, modern alchemist who talked about his experiences with herbs, scents and his brand of artistic perfumery.

Meo Fusciuni (aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta) and me, photo by N

Meo Fusciuni (aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta) and me, photo by N

Antonella Fornai, Ida Tonini and Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

Antonella Fornai, Ida Tonini and Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

 

The scents by Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

The scents by Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

 

Federica Castellani, Meo Fusciuni as alchemist and some people who were interested in his magic potions at the School for Re-inventors, photo by N

Federica Castellani, Meo Fusciuni as alchemist and some people who were interested in his magic potions at the School for Re-inventors, photo by N

Meo, nice and bright individual, who seemed me like the cousin of Fabio Quaranta (brilliant fashion designer and professor at the Iuav University of Venice). That became his second nick name adding to Meo Fusciuni, art name chosen by Giuseppe Imprezzabile, Sicilian man who is based in Salsomaggiore, of whose the family name Fusciuni arises from the Sicilian slang and stands as “to flow”. Meo told about his relationship with the scents, experience arisen for random. He studied chemistry, then worked with disabled people, became herbalist and later started studying anthropology and travelling. His scents have arisen during his journeys. Passion, love and nostalgia are some emotions the lack of love as it happened with “Notturno” and “Luce”, two fragrances that embodied the feelings of Meo, the nostalgia for his love, her life companion Federica Castellani, who were far away from him and her return, celebrate his love for her, featuring the warmth and sensuality of patchouli (one of my favorite fragrances along with vetiver and opoponax), spicy notes that are sweetened by tonka. Olfactive experiences and alchemic moments, connected to poetry and magic suggestions under the sign of Crowley’s experiences (another thing confirming the spiritual connection to Fabio Quaranta, his love for the bands that are Crowley inspired as Psychic TV, Coil and Current 93).

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

 

Carnations at Floracult

Carnations at Floracult

A successful experience which combined with other happenings, exhibition events that talked about nature, art and craftsmanship. The world of butterflies was depicted by “Patma”, the performance by Sasha Turchi which told about the rise of butterflies and “La memoria degli oggetti” by Pablo Mesa Capella, who created containers of memories and poetry.

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

The woods found into the sea of Pantelleria and their lyricism where the main features of installation by Giancarlo Scialanga which was emphasized by the sound design by Pietro Scialanga. Wood and craftsmanship shined in the suggestive furniture by the nice Alessandro Visi.

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Flowers, plants, little, big animals, delights as the licorice by Amarelli, creations inspired by nature where the alchemies by Floracult, dressed up by such a loving and genuine atmosphere which had a kind of magic. The warm welcome of place, kindness and congeniality of people I saw made all that marvelous, relaxing and fun.

FLORACULT: TRE GIORNI ALL’ INSEGNA DI ARTE, PROFUMI, DELLA NATURA E DELLA SUA CULTURA (1)

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Antonella Fornai, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Antonella Fornai, photo by N

La quinta edizione di Floracult, evento che celebra la natura e la sua cultura, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi e curato da Antonella Fornai – che si è tenuto nella campagna romana, a La Storta, nei I Casali del Pino -, si è aperta con una serie di formidabili iniziative quali un talk moderato dalla giornalista e scrittrice Ida Tonini con Meo Fusciuni, moderno alchimista che ha parlato delle sue esperienze con le erbe, i profumi e del suo brand di profumeria artistica.

Peonies at Floracult, photo by N

Peonies at Floracult, photo by N

Leonetta Luciano Fendi, me and the peonies, photo by N

Leonetta Luciano Fendi, me and the peonies, photo by N

Meo, simpatica e brillante individualità che mi sembrava il cugino di Fabio Quaranta( brillante fashion designer e docente presso l’ Università Iuav di Venezia). Questo è diventato il suo secondo nick name che si aggiunge a Meo Fusciuni, nome d’ arte scelto da Giuseppe Imprezzabile, siciliano che risiede Salsomaggiore, il cui cognome deriva dal dialetto siciliano e sta a significare “scorrere”. Meo ha raccontato del suo rapporto con i profumi, un’ esperienza nata per caso. Ha studiato chimica, ha poi lavorato con i disabili, è divenuto erborista e poi ha iniziato a studiare antropologia e viaggiare. Le sue fragranze sono nate durante i suoi viaggi. Passione, amore e nostalgia sono alcune delle emozioni da loro ritratte. Infatti “Notturno” e “Luce” racchiudono la nostalgia per il suo amore, la sua compagna di vita Federica Castellani che era lontana e il suo ritorno, celebrano l’ amore per lei ed hanno quali protagonisti la calda sensualità del patchouli(una delle mie fragranze preferite unitamente a vetiver e opoponax), note speziate addolcite dalla fava tonka. Esperienze olfattive e momenti alchemici, legati alla poesia ed a magiche suggestioni crowleyane (un’ alltra prova che conferma la parentela spirituale con Fabio Quaranta, il suo amore per le band che si ispirano a Crowley quali Psychic TVCoil e Current 93).

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

 

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

 

 

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

Una felice esperienza, unita ad altri eventi che parlavano di natura, arte e artigianalità. Il mondo delle farfalle è stato ritratto da “Patma”, la performance di Sacha Turchi che ha narrato la nascita delle farfalle e “La memoria degli oggetti” di Pablo Mesa Capella che ha creato contenitori di ricordi e poesia.

Me, myself and I along with a little rabbit, photo by N

Me, myself and I along with a little rabbit, photo by N

Chicks on speed, photo by N

Chicks on speed, photo by N

 

La legna ritrovata nelle acque di Pantelleria e il suo lirismo erano i protagonisti dell’ installazione di Giancarlo Scialanga che è stata enfatizzata dal sound design di Pietro Scialanga. Legno e artigianalità hanno brillato nei suggestivi componenti di arredo del simpatico Alessandro Visi.

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, photo by N

Claudio Santamaria, photo by N

Claudio Santamaria, photo by N

 

Silvia Venturini Fendi, Eric and Zen, the dog of Roberto D' Agostino, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi, Eric and Zen, the dog of Roberto D’ Agostino, photo by N

 

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

 

Delfina Delettrez, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez, photo by N

 

Irene Ghergo, photo by N

Irene Ghergo, photo by N

A headonism moment (hat by Patrizia Romita) featuring me, myself and I, photo by N

A headonist moment (hat by Patrizia Romita) featuring me, myself and I, photo by N

 

Roberto D' Agostino and me, photo by N

Roberto D’ Agostino and me, photo by N

 

A headonist moment featuring Roberto D' Agostino, photo by N

A headonist moment featuring Roberto D’ Agostino, photo by N

Fiori, piante, piccoli, grandi animali, delizie come la liquirizia di Amarelli, creazioni che si ispirano alla natura erano le alchimie di Floracult, condite da una atmosfera estremamente amorevole e autentica che aveva qualcosa di magico. La calda accoglienza del luogo e la gentilezza e simpatia delle persone che ho incontrato ha reso tutto ciò meraviglioso rilassante e divertente.

Licorice by Amarelli, photo by N

Licorice by Amarelli, photo by N

 

The salted licorice by Amarelli,photo by N

The salted licorice by Amarelli,photo by N

The liquorice by Amarelli, photo by N

The liquorice by Amarelli, photo by N

 

www.floracult.com

 

 

 

 

Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Modernism, sartorialism, core of Fendi’s sign, experimentation, an unusual combinations of materials, leather and Pvc, chiffon, bright colors – shocking rose, red, orange – and also blue, light blue, white and black, precious details – the Swarovski crystals – a successful play of cuts, overlaps and transparencies shines in the Spring/Summer 2014 collection of fashion house. The collection, made by Karl Lagerfeld, is enriched by marvelous accessories talking about luxury, craftsmanship, innovation and the heritage of fashion house, the fur, decorating bags created by Silvia Venturini Fendi and the jewels – rings, earrings and bangles – made by the brilliant Delfina Delettrez.

 

IL SOFISTICATO MODERNISMO E LA SPERIMENTAZIONE DI FENDI

Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Modernismo, sartorialità, nucleo fondante del segno di Fendi, sperimentazione, una combinazione insolita di materiali, pelle e pvc, organza, colori vivaci -, rosa shocking, rosso, arancio e anche blu, celeste, bianco e nero, preziosi dettagli – i cristalli Swarovski – un felice gioco di tagli, sovrapposizioni e trasparenze splendono nella collezione primavera/estate 2014 della maison. La collezione, realizzata da Karl Lagerfeld, è arricchita da meravigliosi accessori che parlano di lusso, artigianalità, innovazione e dell’ heritage della casa di moda, la pelliccia, che decora le borse create da Silvia Venturini Fendi e i gioielli – anelli, orecchini e bangles – realizzati dalla brillante Delfina Delettrez.

Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Delfina Delettrez for Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Delfina Delettrez
Delfina Delettrez for Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo courtesy of Delfina Delettrez
Delfina Delettrez for Fendi, photo courtesy of Delfina Delettrez
Delfina Delettrez for Fendi, photo courtesy of Delfina Delettrez
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Fendi Spring/Summer 2014, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Cara Delevingne and Karl Lagerfeld, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Cara Delevingne and Karl Lagerfeld, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger, photo by Giorgio Miserendino
Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

www.fendi.com

Fendi baguette Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi baguette Fall/Winter 2013-2014

The baguette, iconic bag of renowned brand Fendi, created by Silvia Venturini Fendi, recently featured in a book telling its story, has celebrated by the artist Angelo Musco who created a suggestive sculpture made by using the eggshells and has also turned into a little useful fetish, a colored memory stick having a space of 2 GB, a smashing gift idea which is available at the Fendi boutiques. The baguette family recently enriched of a new version “Be Baguette”, bag and categorical imperative for all the ones who are devoted to the charm of baguette.

 

ARTE, MODA & TECNOLOGIA NEL NOME DELLA BAGUETTE

The baguette interpreted  by Angelo Musco

The baguette interpreted by Angelo Musco

La baguette, iconica borsa del rinomato brand Fendi, creata da Silvia Venturini Fendi, è stata recentemente protagonista di un libro che narra la sua storia, è stata celebrata dall’ artista Angelo Musco che ha creato una suggestiva scultura, realizzata mediante l’ uso di gusci d’uovo ed è stata anche trasformata in un utile feticcio, un colorato memory stick che ha uno spazio di 2 GB, una formidabile idea regalo che è disponibile presso le boutique Fendi. La famiglia della baguette si è recentemente arricchita di una nuova versione “Be Baguette”, borsa e imperativo categorico per tutti quelli che sono devoti al fascino della baguette.

A little fetish, the Fendi baguette turned into memory stick

A little fetish, the Fendi baguette turned into memory stick

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Fall/Winter 2011-2012

Fendi Fall/Winter 2011-2012

Fendi Fall/Winter 2011-2012

Fendi Fall/Winter 2011-2012

Fendi Fall/Winter 2010-2011

Fendi Fall/Winter 2010-2011

Fendi Fall/Winter 2008-2009

Fendi Fall/Winter 2008-2009

Fendi Fall/Winter 2004-2005

Fendi Fall/Winter 2004-2005

Fendi Fall/Winter 2003-2004

Fendi Fall/Winter 2003-2004

Fendi Fall/Winter 2001-2002

Fendi Fall/Winter 2001-2002

Fendi Fall/Winter 2000-2001

Fendi Fall/Winter 2000-2001

Fendi Fall/Winter 2000-2001

Fendi Fall/Winter 2000-2001

Fendi Spring/Summer 1999

Fendi Spring/Summer 1999

Fendi Be Baguette Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Be Baguette Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Be Baguette Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Fendi Be Baguette Fall/Winter 2013-2014

http://baguette.fendi.com

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The empowered femininity has shined and celebrated by the genius Jean Paul Gaultier in the Fall/Winter 2013-2014 haute couture collection he made, presented in Rome during the latest edition of Altaroma, which featured the patterns and sophisticated constructions being a leitmotiv of his work: corsets, stripes, transparencies, fringes evoking art deco suggestions, lace, sequins and fur (who was proud of using, as he asserted during the press conference I attended at the Hotel Flora Baglioni).

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

The man has appeared in this fashion show, a charming contemporary glampire has “turned into an object”, as the couturier said, emphasizing the force and theatricality of the woman he depicted. A enchanting event as well as a successful chance to meet and enjoy a legendary creative, who was extremely generous and modest during the press conference, also answering to the controversial questions of some Italian journalists (concerning the models and celebrities who would featured in the fashion show and other ones belonging to the same standard).

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Instead me, I has been religiously silent, preferring hearing him, who generously spoke Italian and celebrated Rome, its suggestions, the Italian culture which has very relevant in its training as creative and individual (later, at the end of press conference I talked with him about Italian film, who has been very inspiring for him, about Federico Fellini and Luchino Visconti) and hearing  the President of Altaroma Silvia Venturini Fendi who made concrete a laudable work developing contemporary fashion, its culture under the sign of art and internationality.

 

ALTAROMA: LE MERAVIGLIOSE SINUOSITÀ DI JEAN PAUL GAULTIER

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

L’ emancipata femminilità ha brillato ed è stata celebrata dal geniale Jean Paul Gaultier nella collezione alta moda autunno/inverno 2013-2014 da lui realizzata, presentata a Roma in occasione dell’ ultima edizione di Altaroma di cui sono stati protagonisti i motivi e le sofisticate costruzioni che sono un leitmotiv della sua opera: bustier, righe, trasparenze, frange che evocano suggestioni art decò, pizzo, paillettes, trasparenze e pelliccia ( che è stato fiero di usare, amando la pelliccia, come costui ha affermato durante la conferenza stampa a cui ho partecipato presso l’ Hotel Flora Baglioni).

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

L’ uomo è apparso in questa sfilata, un affascinante vampiro glam contemporaneo, trasformato in oggetto, come couturier ha detto, enfatizzando la forza e teatralità della donna da lui ritratta. Un incantevole evento che è stato anche una felice occasione per conoscere vis à vis e apprezzare un leggendario creativo che è stato estremamente generoso e modesto durante la conferenza stampa, rispondendo anche alle discutibili domande di alcune giornaliste italiane( inerenti le modelle e celebrities che avrebbero partecipato alla sfilata unitamente ad altre della medesima levatura).

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Invece religiosamente silente, ho preferito ascoltarlo, il quale ha generosamente parlato in italiano e celebrato Roma, le sue suggestioni, la cultura italiana che ha avuto un ruolo molto significativo nella sua formazione creativa e individuale (successivamente, alla fine della conferenza stampa ho parlato con lui del cinema italiano, che lo ha ispirato molto, di registi quali Federico Fellini e Luchino Visconti) e ascoltando il Presidente di Altaroma Silvia Venturini Fendi la quale ha concretizzato una felice opera che consolida la moda contemporanea, la sua cultura all’ insegna dell’ arte e l’ internazionalità.

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Franca Sozzani and Suzy Menkes, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Franca Sozzani and Suzy Menkes, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Cesare Cunaccia, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Cesare Cunaccia, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Andrea Provvidenza, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Andrea Provvidenza, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Angelos Bratis, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Angelos Bratis, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Beppe Modenese, Simone Cipriani, Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Beppe Modenese, Simone Cipriani, Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Fabio Quaranta, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Fabio Quaranta, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Lupo Lanzara, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Lupo Lanzara, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Olivier di Gianni, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Olivier di Gianni, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Lorcan O' Neill and Sergio Zambon, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Lorcan O’ Neill and Sergio Zambon, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Cesare Cunaccia and Silvia Venturini Fendi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Cesare Cunaccia and Silvia Venturini Fendi, photo by Giorgio Miserendino

Jean Paul Gaultier & me, photo by N

Jean Paul Gaultier & me, photo by N

www.altaroma.it