The mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella is delighted that Gucci will held its next brand’s cruise show at the Palatina Gallery at Pitti Palace, which overlooks the garden recently restored, Boboli Gardens and said: “We are amazed at his ability to surprise, he’s broken out of predefined schemes, imposing his own and then breaking them himself. And this while also bringing economic success to Gucci.”
Gucci’s creative director has effectively decided to stage the brand’s cruise show in Florence on May 29 and the event is expected to raise the city’s glamour quotient and bring it additional international attention. Continue reading
Alberto Zambelli lives and works between Milan, Tokyo and Shanghai. He graduates at the Fortuny Professional Institute for designers in Brescia in 1986 and later he attends with a further graduation the Istituto Marangoni in Milan. From 1994 and 1996 he works as knitwear assistant at the ITTIERRE Group in Isernia.
After several and successful co-operations with Italian and international companies, in 2007 he wins the Fashion Incubator award arranged by the Camera Nazionale della Moda and lays the foundation of his own brand “Archivio Privato.”
Other than his own collection, Alberto Zambelli also designs for the Japanese and Corean market focusing on a sophisticated and elegant Continue reading
My work is an emotional endeavour. I observe everything, storing sensations and inspirations to share with my creative team. I keep a notebook in which to record things that strike me. Continue reading
Julien Fournié had converted the Oratoire du Louvre into a vessel to present us the Spring-Summer 2016 collection.
On a fictional shore the couturier presented an elegant collection with print on white linen representing tropical flowers. Fournié has chosen the palette of oceanic rainforest fruits and blossoms as colors for this collection.
On the catwalk the models looked like those actress of the 1960’s and 1970’s with lioned head like Farrah Fawcett in the Charlie’s Angels. They were wearing denim pieces on their tropical island.
Jacquards and 3D embroidery also made this fashion statement contemporary. As usual it was a stunning and standing ovation.
Companies do not stop looking for talents or “high potentials” as they call them. They have even developped a new fonction to identify the talents in the companies and in schools. However the question is what do we consider as talent today? What does having a talent entail? Maybe the difference between having it or not is just about non-existent. The two things coincide and must coexist.
Talents are everywhere and it is not necessarily those who knows how to communicate who are the high potentials. In companies you have many hiden talents and often not recognised.
The story of people who are called Talents, is a tough one. Resisting everyday to a different complication is part of their routine. They ask themselves all the time if it’s worth it; but at the end of the day they just can’t do without it. They don’t care about the money or the time they take away from the people they love. They just do it. It’s a matter of blind devotion. Continue reading
The minimalist garden of Jil Sander: bent straw hats, square heels and openings on the shoulders of linear jackets. There was an understated beauty and poetry in this show.
The choice of a collection of a private garden made by the designer Paglialunga, which is not a gardener, but in his poetic approach of the brand, you feel the happiness to live in the nature. After all, this is not the world of Continue reading
This time, Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venturini created for Fendi a structural nature of the impressive handicraft work and did not use leather and fur, the soul of the brand. This change is surley due to the climate change.