When Art meets Fashion: Marina Abramović is present

“I just wanted to laugh again, I wanted to be alive again,

I wanted to be female again.” (Marina Abramović) Continue reading

We should all be sustainable

I’ve been studying Fashion for many years, and it happened me to that the more I get involved with the creative process that gives form to always innovative ideas, the more I become sensible to a variety of topics that concern western consumerism and its very considerable amount of clothing waste that companies make every year.  Continue reading

Who are the Harajuku Girls?

It’s always curious to observe how diverse cultures continuously influence each others and gravitate towards a never ending motion. In particular, that of Decora has previously been a japanese street style taking inspiration from European high fashion and eventually ended up to inspire european designers and artists in turn.  Continue reading

Why Gender Bending is an advantage for the Fashion Industry

What does gender bending mean?
Online there are plenty of media mentioning issues about gender, but differently from the genderless trend, gender bending appears to be much more related to a social conscious attitude, rather than an aesthetic choice. Continue reading

REGENERATION

Historical events as well as cultural dynamics, melted with the perception of one’s inner body and the evolution of apparel industry, would represent hitherto improvements in social mentality, which constantly contribute to continuous reinterpretation of how people approach the idea of beauty. Continue reading

“No time, no space Another race of vibrations”

 

Eventually the Old Millennium reaches its end in 1997, when Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two students from the University on Stanford in California, register the domain name for Google, an innovative search engine intended to provide large quantities of information(Google,2016)2. Despite of the time required for a large Digitalization of countries, the birth of Google establishes the epochal revolution that we are witnessing so far. Continue reading

Nineties: Street Style meets Coolhunters

When we talk about “Cool Britannia” we refer to a period in the Nineties in which the Government legitimizes the marriage between youth and music culture. For instance, the documentary “Live Forever: The Rise and the Fall of Brit-pop” (explores the case of Blur and Oasis, two british boy bands that have been studied and used by economic apparati after the incisive death of Kurt Cobain, in order to create educational dialogues with young people. Continue reading