INTERVIEW WITH ROSSELLA JARDINI Milan Fashion Week September 2016 Women Collections
Location: the splendid Hotel De Milan, Via Manzoni
I’ d say the influence: The legendary 80′ fashion designer Giorgio Sant’Angelo, who was able to create romantic clothing that reflected the hippie culture of the era.
-Your collection is…
Chic, feminine, fun..and great model casting!
Turbans, cant’ you tell?
I like to create clothes that I would enjoy wearing.
-May I have a selfie with you?
Sure, my old friend!
- FASHIONABLY CHINESE AT THE MET GALA
From May 7 through August 16, 2015 The Costume Institute’s spring 2015 exhibition will be Chinese Whispers, Art, Film, and Fashion. The exhibition will explore how China has fueled the creative imagination for centuries, high fashion will be juxtaposed with Chinese costumes, paintings, porcelains, and other art, as well as Chinese films to reveal ongoing dialogues between East and West, past and present.
The new spring 2013 exhibition organized by The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum is supposed to be a tribute the punk’s impact on high fashion from the movement’s birth in the 1970s ( that ‘s the chaos) through its continuing influence today ( mais oui, la couture, naturellement !) Adventure yourself in a dark itinerary featuring approximately 100 designs for men and women. Few original punk garments from the mid-1970s are juxtaposed with recent, directional fashion to illustrate how haute couture and ready-to-wear have borrowed punk’s visual symbols, with paillettes being replaced with safety pins, feathers with razor blades, and bugle beads with studs.
Focusing on the relationship between the punk concept of ‘do-it-yourself’ and the couture concept of ‘made-to-measure,’ the exhibition focuses on materials, techniques, and embellishments associated with the anti-establishment style.
Presented as an immersive multimedia, multisensory experience, the clothes are animated with period music videos and soundscaping audio techniques. A great jump in a chaotic sea full of creativity and disrespect. Maybe a little bit “too couture”, since the chaos is somehow leaving more space to top designer’s creations.
The Museo del Tessuto hosting the exhibit ‘Capriccio e Ragione’
Here you will find a luxurious display of embroideries, silks, brocades, and lampasses from 1600, when new nations were discovered and new costumes images and stories were imported to Europe.
Porcelains, paintings of landscapes, and the new profession of the fabric painter starting from the vagary of remembering antique historical ruins to portraits either official or private.
France launched and updated this elaborate fashion, stating different styles, from bizarre to dentelle, to the beautiful drawings of Jean Revel, a major figure in Lyonnaise silk from the 18th century and a pioneer of the French style, who carried his innovative style beyond the courts of Versailles and Paris.
The exhibit will be on till April 29th 2018.
The launch of capsule collection REMIX party by Emporio Armani at the exclusive Excelsior store in Milan, was the hit of Sunday events during the Men collection for 2017.
Let my pics talk by themselves
The “furlane” shoe-slippers are a typical example of an item that embodies history, culture and tradition while also being projected towards the future.Their delicacy and uniqueness were also seen as a precious trait.
In Venice, Groups of Friulian women – proud country folk but also indefatigable sellers – came with their wicker baskets to sell their shoe-slippers around the alleys and squares of Venice. the Gondoliers found their rubber soles perfect for conserving the paintwork of their precious gondolas. Today, you can still find the traditional “Furlane” inspired by the eighteenth-century splendour of the Serenissima republic, embellished with velvet or bright oriental silks, all guaranteed hand-sewn. Piedaterre Address is S. Polo, 60 – Rialto,
Piedaterre will make them by hand. Thanks to its rubber sole, here another very quiet one Crocs This shoe was originally developed as a boating shoe. Soon became a casual footwear for men, women and children. Today the brand has more than 300 styles of footwear including boots, wedges, loafers and more
. All Crocs™ shoes feature Croslite™ material, a proprietary, revolutionary technology that gives each pair of shoes the soft, comfortable, lightweight, non-marking and odor-resistant qualities that Crocs fans know and love. Since its inception in 2002, Crocs has sold more than 300 million pairs of shoes in more than 90 countries around the world.
true discovery: a very silent yet pretty sexy green sandal by And an adorable kids shoe called Petit IconaBio All liners and insoles are entirely made of cork, to stay cool, comfortable and in “contact” with nature. Another speciaL feature of the collection is the selection of materials such as a special synthetic leather .Petit IconaBio ballerinas and sandals is made in Italy,
The palette contains colors like lemon yellow, red earth, water blue, white. Enjoy a quiet, silent walking…it will make you extremely relaxed
and it won’t bother the others!
22 year old Italian Luca Cantamessa had a vision…A bracelet that could be simple, accessible, trendy and available in all the best clothing stores. Then he created CiöD
reinterpretation of a poor object which thanks to creativity turns into a 18 different colors luxury accessory. The nail is the symbol of work and this is why only prime quality materials are used and the entire production process is carried out in Italy, guaranteeing a prime quality finished product.
From 22-28 Euros and, obviously, one size fits all.
Check in the streets of Milano, the trendy ones are wearing it.
Best location: MALIPARMI Chiostro del 1400 Via Cappuccio
Worst fashion victims: Lui quadretta e Lei si butta sul pois.
Best bouncer: da PIAZZA SEMPIONE, quasi un Matt Dillon 18 anni.Worst look for men: Pantaloni corti e rigati, ma per favore…Worst Donna Summer impersonation:a guest at Rosella Jardini Best Jungle location: PIAZZA PIEMONTE Best look in the street : A Shade inspired Madame