Wednesday, March 15, 2017

MFW17 – Arthur Arbesser Fashion Show – Fall/Winter 2017/2018




MFW17 – Arthur Arbesser Fashion Show – Fall/Winter 2017/2018. Wings of Desire”, the movie directed by Wim Wender’s was the starting point for Arthur Arbesser’s Fall/ Winter 2017/18 collection. The modern fairy-tale has provided the designer with various ideas and thoughts for the new season; a rich and vivid imaginary seeking to link romance and purity and to continuously contrast it with the cruelty of our surrounding reality.
 
Arthur Arbesser

 
Arbesser’s clothes aim to combine poetic and colorful elements with the rigor of the uniform, yet enhanced by a bold choice of colors.


Annamaria Sbisa, Uberta Zambeletti and Federico Marchetti


Mariuccia Casadio

 


Luca Cipelletti, Cristiano Seganfreddo, Andrea Rosso, Maria Cristina Didero, Margherita Maccapani Missoni and Natalie Jean


As being part of the Swarovski Collective 2017, Arbesser had unlimited access to the rich world of crystal, hence, the classic pinstripe has been substituted with fine crystal lines. 
 

The knitwear, one of Arbesser’s passions, shows delicate workmanship like intarsia knit, transparent inserts or geometric jacquards in precious yarns.
 
Silvia Negri Firman
 
Backstage – Hair
“The hairstyle was inspired by the film Wings of Desire, angels falling in love with humans, set in Berlin in 1987.  The hair is classic ‘finger wave’ with a modern twist.”
Mari Ohashi for Toni and Guy Artistic Team

 

Backstage
 

Federico Guiscardo Ramondini, Souan Keith, Elio Messi and Giovanni Totti
 

Arthur Arbesser – Fall/Winter 2017/2018

Arthur Arbesser – Fall/Winter 2017/2018
Special attention was given to fabrics, graphics and jacquards, which were exclusively created by the designer aiming to infuse natural fibers with a futuristic look: the Tuscan Casentino or Austrian Loden were consciously mixed with technical, metallic or transparent fabrics and padded protective layers.
 
Make-up – Fancelle for MAC Pro Team
 
Backstage – The Storyboard
 
Arthur Arbesser – Fall/Winter 2017/2018


Backstage – Stripes

Achok Majak and Shanelle


  The Shoes

The shoes emerged from the collaboration between Arthur Arbesser and Vibram, and are a reinterpretation of their FiveFingers concept. Using high tech materials, stretch calf leather and 3D knitting, are in themselves a small avant-garde capsule collection.
   
Alicia Frankovich
 
Giulia Curra and Pas Leccese
Stand in front of one of the twelve ovens of the barrack’s bakery, built in the 1800s where the fashion show was held 

Vivien Egge


Carlo Ducci and Renata Molho

 
Alessio de Navasquez and Clara Tosi Pamphili
 
Igor Ramirez Garcia-Peralta and Canita





 
 

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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Milano: Converso – Franco Mazzucchelli – Re-appropriations Installation




Milano: Converso – Franco Mazzucchelli – Re-appropriations Installation. Converso is a new exhibition space in the former church of San Paolo Converso, built between 1549-1619 and hosts frescos by Giulio and Antonio Campi, today it is also the headquarters of the architectural firm CLS Architetti. The church was deconsecrated by Napoleon, later it was used as a storage space, a concert hall and a recording studio for, among others, Maria Callas.
Franco Mazzucchelli – Untitled – 1969 – inflatable PVC

 
Franco Mazzucchelli – Re-appropriations Installation
Converso presents Re-appropriations, until April 1, a site-specif installation of Milan-based artist Franco Mazzucchelli, curated by Michele D’Aurizio. Since the early 1970s Franco Mazzucchelli has created environmental installations, in which inflatable volumes of joined sheets of polyethylene are made walk-able and live-able. They are intended to disrupt the perception of a familiar place, and to open a getaway from daily routine by suggesting an unfamiliar view of the surrounding space. In the case of Re-appropriations, this attempt brackets out and isolates a portion of a public space and exhorts people to take over that space and redefine it, ultimately, to rediscover the potential of public spaces to solicit spontaneous socialization, in which human encounters are freed of hierarchy, and class, gender and ethnic differences become effaced.
 
Franco Mazzucchelli


Curator Michele D’Aurizio and artistic director Alexander May
 
San Paolo Converso
Franco Mazzucchelli – Re-appropriations Installation – The Altar


Michele Lupi and Massimiliano Locatelli

 


Margherita Maccapani Missoni, Mariuccia Casadio and Michele D’Aurizio



Paola Sanlorenzo and Enrica Massei
 


Michel Comte and Ayako Yoshida




Davide Agrati, Giovanna Cornelio and Annamaria Scevola

 

Marzio Rusconi Clerici


 
San Paolo Converso

Franco Mazzucchelli – Re-appropriations Installation


Umberta Gnutti Beretta, Warly Tomei and Cristina Morozzi


Rafael Herman, Cloe Piccoli and Tim Power



 

 


 
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