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Suzanne Susceptible talking with me before her fashion show about the main inspiration of the Fall/Winter 2013 collection she made.

Suzanne Susceptible talking with me before her fashion show about the main inspiration of  Fall/Winter 2013 collection she made.

 

Altaroma featured a successful combination of art, fashion and culture under the sign of emerging creatives and contemporary times. It has started with the fashion show of Suzanne Susceptible, winner of Yoox award during the latest edition of WION talent-scouting award, inspired by Chagall, joining a catchy research of textiles and a nice play of volumes.

Suzanne Susceptible Fall/Winter 2013

Suzanne Susceptible Fall/Winter 2013

 

Two iconic gentlemen, Cesare Cunaccia and Beppe Modenese at the fashion show of Suzanne Susceptible


Two iconic gentlemen, Cesare Cunaccia and Beppe Modenese at the fashion show of Suzanne Susceptible

 

 

Suzanne Susceptible Fall/Winter 2013

Suzanne Susceptible Fall/Winter 2013

 

The fashion show ended with the suggestive track “Love will tear us apart” by Joy Division I love very much.

Later I enjoyed an Epicurean interlude at the enchanting Hotel Locarno’s bar along with the bright fashion designer Angelos Bratis, the eclectic journalist, author, curator and professor Cesare Cunaccia and the Turin native actress Elena Radonicich who is the testimonial of the bright fashion designer during tomorrow’s exhibition Limited/Unlimited which will be held at Hadrian’s Temple.

Elena Radonicich

Elena Radonicich

Angelos Bratis

Angelos Bratis

 

Cesare Cunaccia

Cesare Cunaccia

Then I started to visit the event A.I. gallery, a series of exhibitions joining art and fashion that were held in many art galleries as the Emmeotto gallery at the suggestive Palazzo Taverna that showcased the creations of Giuseppe Paolillo, Barbara Matera, Simone Rainer, Claudio Rivetti and Altalen and Il Ponte art gallery where the Amsterdam textile expert Conny Groenewegen exhibited the works she made.

Onda Anomala by Barbara Matera

Onda Anomala by Barbara Matera

 

 

Giuseppe Paolillo

Giuseppe Paolillo

 

Giuseppe Paolillo

Giuseppe Paolillo

 

Then I moved to the O Gallery to attend at the book signing of “Decades” by Cameron Silver.

Altalen

Altalen

Simone Rainer

Simone Rainer

And after the book-signing I attended at the fashion show which presented the Fall/Winter 2013-2014 collection by the smashing fashion designer Stella Jean interpreting in a fun way African, American and Indian suggestions under the sign of color, femininity and personality, emphasized by catchy accessories as jewels, scarves and hats.

ALTAROMA: ARTE, MODA E CULTURA

Cesare Cunaccia and Delfina Delettrez at the Emmeotto art gallery

Cesare Cunaccia and Delfina Delettrez at the Emmeotto art gallery

 

Altaroma ha avuto quale protagonista una felice combinazione di arte, moda e cultura all’ insegna di creativi emergenti e contemporaneità. È iniziata con la sfilata di Suzanne Susceptible, vincitrice del premio Yoox award nell’ ultima edizione del concorso di talent-scouting WION, ispirata da Chagall che unisce una accattivante ricerca di tessuti e un simpatico gioco di volumi.

The works by Conny Groenewegen at the Il Ponte art gallery


The works by Conny Groenewegen at the Il Ponte art gallery

La sfilata si è conclusa con il suggestivo brano “Love will tear us apart” di Joy Division che amo molto.

Conny Groenewegen and Angelos Bratis

Conny Groenewegen and Angelos Bratis at Il Ponte art gallery

Successivamente ho apprezzato un interludio epicureo all’ incantevole bar dell’ Hotel Locarno unitamente al brillante fashion designer Angelos Bratis, l’ eclettico giornalista, scrittore, curatore e docente Cesare Cunaccia e l’ attrice natia di Torino Elena Radonicich, la testimonial del brillante fashion designer in occasione della mostra di domani Limited/Unlimited che si terrà presso il Tempio di Adriano.

"Decades" by Cameron Silver and the paradise flower, my favourite flower

“Decades” by Cameron Silver and the paradise flower, my favourite flower

Successivamente ho iniziato a visitare l’ evento A.I. gallery, una serie di mostre che univano arte e moda che si sono tenute in varie gallerie d’ arte series quali la galleria Emmeotto presso il suggestivo Palazzo Taverna che ha esposto le creazioni di Giuseppe Paolillo, Barbara Matera, Simone Rainer, Claudio Rivetti ed Altalen e Il Ponte art gallery in cui l’ esperta di tessuti proveniente da Amsterdam Conny Groenewegen ha esposto le opere da lei realizzate.

Sergio Zambon at the O Gallery

Sergio Zambon at the O Gallery

Mi sono poi spostata alla O Gallery per partecipare alla book signing di “Decades” di Cameron Silver.

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and the art-dealer Maurizio Faraoni at the O Gallery

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and the art-dealer Maurizio Faraoni at the O Gallery

Silvia Venturini Fendi

Silvia Venturini Fendi

 

Silvia Venturini Fendi, Cesare Cunaccia and Cameron Silver who signs the book

Silvia Venturini Fendi, Cesare Cunaccia and Cameron Silver who signs the book

 

E dopo la book-signing ho partecipato alla sfilata che presentava la collezione autunno/inverno 2013/2014 della formidabile fashion designer Stella Jean che interpreta in modo divertente suggestioni africane, americane e indiane all’ insegna di colore, femminilità e personalità, enfatizzate da accattivanti accessori quali gioielli, foulard e cappelli.

The backstage of Stella Jean fashion show

The backstage of Stella Jean fashion show

 

Stella Jean and me

Stella Jean and me

 

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The Vogue talents at Palazzo Morando, photo by Hermina Bruno

It recently featured in the opening of exhibition Vogue Talents, ideated by Vogue Italia, which was held at Palazzo Morandorunning until 23rd September 2012 – bright young creatives as the smashing Florentine fashion designer and milliner Eleonora Bruno, creator of brand Ely B. by Eleonora Bruno – recently graduated at the renowned Florence fashion school Polimoda – along with the finalists of the latest edition of the talent-scouting award Who Is On Next (WION)Charline De Luca, Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy, Suzanne Susceptible, Giancarlo Petriglia -, Benedetta Bruzziches promising brands as Come for breakfast, Koonhor and the punk inspired exoticismes of Halabi, brand created by the Lebanon jewelry and accessories designer Gilbert Halabi, reminding me the work – and the stud ball bag – by Dafne Balatsos. A not to be missed happening to enjoy promising worldwide names of contemporary fashion.

MILAN FASHION WEEK: L’ INAUGURAZIONE DELLA MOSTRA VOGUE TALENTS A PALAZZO MORANDO

Eleonora Bruno along with the creations she made, photo by Luca Reali

Sono stati recentemente protagonisti della mostra Vogue Talents, ideata da Vogue Italia che si é tenuta presso Palazzo Morandoche prosegue fino al 23 settembre 2012 – giovani, brillanti creativi quali la formidabile fashion designer e designer di cappelli fiorentina Eleonora Bruno, creatrice del brand Ely B. by Eleonora Bruno – recentemente diplomatasi presso la rinomata scuola di moda di Firenze Polimoda – unitamente ai finalisti dell’ ultima edizione del concorso di talent-scouting Who Is On Next (WION)Charline De Luca, Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy, Suzanne Susceptible, Giancarlo Petriglia -, Benedetta Bruzziches, promettenti brand quali Come for breakfast, Koonhor e gli esotismi di ispirazione punk di Halabi, brand creato dal designer di gioielli e accessori libanese Gilbert Halabi che mi fa pensare all’ opera – ed alla stud ball bag – di Dafne Balatsos. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare promettenti nomi di tutto il mondo della moda contemporanea.

Franca Sozzani, Anna Wintour and Eleonora Bruno along with the creations she made, photo by Hermina Bruno

Anna Wintour, Eleonora Bruno on the frame and the creations she made, photo by Hermina Bruno

Ely B. by Eleonora Bruno, photo by Luca Reali

Ely B. by Eleonora Bruno, photo by Luca Reali

Ely B. by Eleonora Bruno, photo by Luca Reali

Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy, photo by Luca Reali

Gianluca Tamburini, photo by Luca Reali

Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy, photo by Luca Reali

Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy, photo by Luca Reali

Charline De Luca, photo by Luca Reali

Charline De Luca, photo by Luca Reali

Charline De Luca, photo by Luca Reali

Carla Sozzani and a friend, photo by Luca Reali

Giancarlo Petriglia, photo by Luca Reali

Suzy Menkes, photo by Luca Reali

Suzanne Susceptible, photo by Luca Reali

Franca Sozzani, photo by Luca Reali

Koonhor along with a model wearing a creation they made, photo by Luca Reali

Koonhor, photo by Luca Reali

Simonetta Gianfelici and Gianni Serra, photo by Luca Reali

Come for breakfast, photo by Luca Reali

Gianni Serra and the nice Alessandro Dell’ Acqua, photo by Luca Reali

Benedetta Bruzziches, photo by Luca Reali

Gianni Serra, Giorgia Cantarini and Hamish Bowles, photo by Luca Reali

Halabi, photo by Luca Reali

Halabi, photo by Luca Reali

The stud ball bag by Dafne Balatsos

Charline De Luca, Gianluca Tamburini Marco Giugliano, Nicolò Bologna, Rosy Biffi, Susanne Susceptible, Gianluca Petriglia, photo by Stefano Ceretti

It featured during the latest edition of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO) in Milan at the renowned Biffi boutique the finalists of talent-scouting award Who Is On Next(WION) – ideated by Alta Roma in collaboration with Vogue Italia – latest edition, initiative supported by the bright Rosy Biffi who hosted in her boutique the creations by Giancarlo Petriglia, Marcobologna, Suzanne Susceptible, Charline De Luca and Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy, successfully making concrete the connection of emerging creativity with the market. A bright evidence of the way to follow for supporting and promoting the contemporary made in Italy.

LA VFNO DI MILANO: I FINALISTI DI WION ALLA BOUTIQUE BIFFI

Adriano Franchi – the general director of Alta Roma – along with the finalists of WION latest edition, photo by Stefano Ceretti

È stata protagonista in occasione dell’ ultima edizione della Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO) a Milano presso la rinomata boutique Biffi i finalisti dell’ ultima edizione di Who Is On Next(WION) – ideata da Alta Roma in collaborazione con Vogue Italia – sostenuta dalla brillante Rosy Biffi che ospitato presso la sua boutique le creazioni di Giancarlo Petriglia, Marcobologna, Suzanne Susceptible, Charline De Luca e Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy, concretizzando felicemente la connessione della creatività emergente con il mercato. Una brillante dimostrazione della strada da seguire per sostenere e promuovere il made in Italy contemporaneo.

Biffi boutique featuring Marcobologna, photo by Stefano Ceretti

Suzanne Susceptible, photo by Stefano Ceretti

Charline De Luca, photo by Stefano Ceretti

Giancarlo Petriglia, photo by Stefano Ceretti

Gianluca Tamburini, photo by Stefano Ceretti

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Rosy Biffi

The pioneer buyer Rosy Biffi who supports the emerging creativity and the young designers featuring in Who Is On Next, talent-scouting award created by Altaroma in collaboration with Vogue Italia – asserting that “fashion gets rich of new elements, giving new creative energy. I’m really pleased to see designer who are so talented and have very clear and concrete projects as well as the right sense of humility and necessary sacrifice to grow up”- and showcases the creations they made at the Milanese boutiques Biffi and Biffi Banner Boutique in Corso Genova 6 and Via Sant’ Andrea 8/a during the 4th edition of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out, event created by Vogue Italia which will be held in Milan on 6th September 2012. Here it will be hosted the creations of Who Is On Next latest edition finalists as Marcobologna, Giancarlo Petriglia, Charline De Luca, Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy and Suzanne Susceptible. A not to be missed happening to enjoy a laudable event under the sign of fashion and emerging creativity.

LE BOUTIQUES BIFFI DI MILANO: MODA E CREATIVITÀ EMERGENTE PER LA VOGUE FASHION’S NIGHT OUT

The finalists of WION latest edition: Gianluca Tamburini, Marco Giugliano(Marcobologna), Charline De Luca, Nicolò Bologna(Marcobologna) and Giancarlo Petriglia

La pionieristica buyer Rosy Biffi che sostiene la creatività emergente ed i giovani designer protagonisti di Who Is On Next, concorso di talent-scouting creato da Altaroma in collaborazione con Vogue Italia – affermando che “la moda si arricchisce di nuovi elementi che apportano rinnovata energia creativa. Mi fa piacere conoscere designer che sono così talentuosi ed hanno progetti molto concreti e chiari come anche il giusto senso di umiltà e sacrificio necessario per crescere” – ed espone le creazioni da loro realizzate presso le boutiques milanesi Biffi e Biffi Banner Boutique a Corso Genova 6 Via Sant’ Andrea 8/a and Corso Genova in occasione della 4a edizione di Vogue Fashion’s Night Out, evento creato da Vogue Italia che si terrà a Milano il 6 settembre 2012. Ivi saranno ospitate le creazioni dei finalisti dell’ ultima edizione di Who Is On Next quali Marcobologna, Giancarlo Petriglia, Charline De Luca, Gianluca Tamburini for Conspiracy e Suzanne Susceptible. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare un lodevole evento all’ insegna di moda e creatività emergente.

Suzanne Susceptible

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