TNC New Fashion Players
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Discover the most creative designers in the womenswear scene - February 2012 (I, II, III chapters)
LeitmotivBack to top
Artistic experimentation and tailoring team with baroque kaleidoscopic visions thanks to the creativity of Fabio Sasso and Juan Caro, for example in the “Pier” A-line dress, with kite print in stretch satin.
ClotildeBack to top
Costanza Turchi and Silvia Bartolini
“Ideas in fabric for wearing” are the result of the artistic partnership of Silvia Bartolini and Costanza Turchi. Transformist garments with volumes, lengths, buttoning and lines that transform according to the wearer’s free creativity, projected towards various looks and unlimited atmospheres.
ErmetiqueBack to top
A dreamlike imagination, surrealist yet ironic, recalls dark-chic aesthetics for garments with styles and volumes sculpted around the body. A tribute to metamorphosis and feminine power in the sweater with crest in pleated tulle on the back, the corset-style blouse or one in metallic mesh worn over a silk full skirt, with raw cut hem and metal chain details.
PB CodeBack to top
Designed by Paolo Bottazzi, PB Code scarves and foulards feature multicolour prints or inserts that include the well-known QR code, the 2D barcode.
Alessandra CarrerBack to top
An easy-to-wear collection: practical, quick garments suited to the woman who is always on the go. A look that transforms to suit the occasion without having to change outfit. The birth of JackBags, outerwear and waistcoats that in a few simple folds turn into bags.
Ph. Enrico Labriola
Seconda BaseBack to top
Hi-tech meets fashion to create customisation that is one of a kind and unique personalisation. With flags, camouflage, multicolour or animal prints and anti-scratch treatments, Macs, iPads, speakers and dj earphones become haute couture accessories.
Francesca CaltabianoBack to top
Poetic creativity with a bijoux soul and yesteryear flavour: the “Caracolla” brass and silver ring belongs to a collection dedicated to “slowness”, to perseverance and the pleasure of travel. Caracolla is the slow snail that, having reached its goal, is rewarded with a prize of 10 lire.
Viola TeseiBack to top
Bracelets, necklaces, headbands, little hats, earmuffs and couture brooches – handmade accessories like the exclusive gloves in the softest Italian nappa, decorated by hand with inlay details in Swarovski crystals and pearls.
LedaottoBack to top
Simona Cassai and Marta Saletti
Reproduction of the orthogonal layouts of historic buildings and monuments around the world is the theme common to all Ledaotto jewels and bags. Precious costume jewellery like the “San Marco” metal mesh bracelet, plated in pink gold, where brass microfusion technology and skilled use of red Swarovski crystals reproduce a scale model of the basilica in Venice.
Angelo FigusBack to top
The collections takes inspiration from the history of Italian design, moving from Mollino interior vision to Studio Memphis with the colour cinstructions of Ettore Sottsass and Mendini to arrive to the great challanges of the car design of the big houses like Fiat and Ferrari.
Bianca D'AnielloBack to top
Bibijoux bracelets, necklaces, earrings and accessories merge into a unique refined combination of colorful gipsy-chic look and a rather sophisticated glamour-rock style that never goes unnoticed. Most of her creations are produced in limited edition and made with gold plated brass and natural semi-precious stones.
Francesca ZuninoBack to top
Solid intersections and contrasts in colour give a contemporary extra-feminine makeover to the concept of leather for the duffel coat restyled in boiled wool with hood in sheepskin and the cape in mink and sheepskin.
GesùBack to top
Bags with holy and neoclassic images on sailcloth and pvc, combined with coloured leather and set off by dayglo colours: these are “Saint Bags”, born out of the eclectic glam “spiritual” creativity of Matteo Sorbellini.
JN LlovetBack to top
Jacqueline Llovet Garcia
Tangy turquoise or cherry red shades meet studs, stitching and metal inserts like small skulls, for leather biker jackets with a rock soul that are highly customisable.
Maineli Gioielli ContemporaneiBack to top
Traditional and atypical materials, like leather, pony skin, crocodile, steel, brass and hinges, reworked in unusual artisan combinations and interpreted in collections like “First” – nuts in stainless steel woven to make metallic chainmail inspired by medieval knights’ armour – and “Mass” where soft nappa meets the lightness and showy colours of feathers.