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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

www.biffiboutiques.com

Carmina Campus, photo by Raffaele Granato

It was recently showcased in Rome at the RE(f)USE store – during the Rome edition of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO) -, hosting the accessories, jewelry and furnishing by Carmina Campus, the new catchy creations of brand created by the pioneer Italian ethical fashion designer – and darling friend – Ilaria Venturini Fendi, including the collection arisen from the collaboration with the cars brand Mini, made by re-use of Mini Roadster components. A smashing chance to enjoy fashion, its aesthetics embodying a healthy and vibrant ethic.

LA VFNO DI ROMA: L’ ARTE DEL RIUSO DI CARMINA CAMPUS

Carmina Campus and Raffaele Granato on the frame, photo by Raffaele Granato

É stata recentemente esposta a Roma presso la boutique RE(f)USE – in occasione dell’ edizione romana della Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO) – che ospita gli accessori, i gioielli ed I componenti di arredo di Carmina Campus, le nuove accattivanti creazioni del brand creato dalla pionieristica designer italiana – e cara amica – Ilaria Venturini Fendi che include la collezione nata dalla collaborazione con il marchio di automobili Mini, realizzato mediante il riuso dei componenti della Mini Roadster. Una formidabile occasione per apprezzare la moda, la sua estetica che racchiude una salubre e vibrante etica.

Carmina Campus

Carmina Campus, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus, photo  by Raffaele Granato

The RE(f)USE store, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus

Carmina Campus, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

A history of the eye moment featuring Carmina Campus for Mini & Elisabetta Facco, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

Carmina Campus for Mini, photo by Raffaele Granato

 

Sylvio Giardina and Ilaria Venturini Fendi on video, photo by Raffaele Granato

www.carminacampus.com

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh (photo by Luca Reali)

It was recently opened during the latest edition of Vogue Fashion Night Out(VFNO) – event under the sign of fashion created by Vogue Italia -, in Milan at the Carla Sozzani Gallery, placed at 10 Corso Como, the exhibition The known and “the unknown”, featuring the works of legendary photographer Peter Lindbergh who has been at the event. The exhibition, running until 4th November 2012, includes a series of marvelous portraits of iconic personas as Milla Jovovich, Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet, Helena Christensen and many other ones. A not to be missed exhibition to enjoy the refined suggestions of a vibrant photographer.

LA VFNO DI MILANO: LE RAFFINATE SUGGESTIONI DI PETER LINDBERGH ALLA GALLERIA CARLA SOZZANI

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh(photo by Luca Reali)

 È stata recentemente inaugurata in occasione dell’ ultima edizione di Vogue Fashion Night Out(VFNO) – evento all’ insegna della moda creato da Vogue Italia -, a Milano presso la Galleria Carla Sozzani, ubicata presso 10 Corso Como, la mostra The known and “the unknown” di cui sono protagoniste le opere del leggendario fotografo Peter Lindbergh che ha presenziato all’ evento. La mostra  che prosegue fino al 4 novembre 2012 include una serie di meravigliosi ritratti di personaggi iconici quali Milla Jovovich, Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet, Helena Christensen e molti altri. Una mostra imperdibile per apprezzare le raffinate suggestioni di un vibrante fotografo.

Peter Lindbergh (photo by Luca Reali)

Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh(photo by Luca Reali)

Kate Winslet by Peter Lindbergh (photo by Luca Reali)

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh (photo by Luca Reali)

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh (photo by Luca Reali)

Helena Christensen by Peter Lindbergh (photo by Luca Reali)

The suggestive building at 10 Corso Como hosting the Carla Sozzani Gallery, photo by Luca Reali

Bianca Gervasio, Gianni Serra and Christine Dupuy, photo by Luca Reali

 

www.galleriacarlasozzani.org

Gianni Serra, photo by Luca Reali

It was recently held in Milan at the Camparino during the latest edition of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO), event under the sign of fashion organized by Vogue Italia,the award ceremony for Campari Red Passion Talent Prize, won by Gianni Serra, being voted and preferred the Fall/Winter collection 2012-2013 he made on Vogue.it. A successful initiative recognizing the talent of bright contemporary Italian fashion designers who -like Gianni Serra – work in the realm of fashion under the sign of a vibrant concept and are the driving force of contemporary made in Italy. I really wish this is the first one of a wide series of initiatives and events that give the chance to many talented Italian fashion designers of making concrete and showcasing in the mainstream the talent they’ve got.

LA VOGUE FASHION’S NIGHT OUT DI MILANO: IL CAMPARI RED PASSION TALENT PRIZE

Gianni Serra, Ferzan Ozpetek, Franca Sozzani and the Campari Italy managing director Jean-Jacques Dubau, photo by Luca Reali

Si è recentemente tenuta a Milano presso il Camparino in occasione dell’ ultima edizione della Vogue Fashion’s Night Out(VFNO), evento all’ insegna della moda organizzato Vogue Italia, la cerimonia di premiazione per il Campari Red Passion Talent Prize, vinto da Gianni Serra, essendo stata votata e preferita su Vogue.it la collezione autunno/inverno 2012-2013 da lui realizzata. Una felice iniziativa che riconosce il talento di brillanti designer che – come Gianni Serra – operano nell’ ambito della moda all’ insegna di un vibrante concept e sono la forza trainante del made in Italy contemporaneo. Spero davvero che questa sia la prima di una ampia serie di iniziative ed eventi che offrano l’ opportunità a plurimi talentuosi designer italiani di concretizzare ed esporre nel mainstream il talento che hanno.

Gianni Serra , Franca Sozzani and the Campari Italy managing director Jean-Jacques Dubau in the crowd of photographers and journalists, photo by Luca Reali

Gianni Serra Fall/Winter 2012-2013

http://vfno2012.vogue.it