In the Base Milano’s hall, very crowded of aspiring designers, mass media and special guests, took place 4 days of fashion shows in a great event that involved 17 fashion schools part of the PSFM Piattaforma Sistema Formativo Moda.
FASHION GRADUATE ITALIA was an open window on the fashion educational system, thanks to which the public, mostly made by high-school students and aspiring designers, had the opportunity to give a closer sight to the graduate collections and live the exciting experience of a fashion show.
|Accademia di Costume e Moda showcased the creations of the Haute Couture Master students|
ACCADEMIA DI COSTUME E MODA was able to surprise the public present at Base Milano for the incredible skills of its student of the Haute Couture Master and for the sense of “grandeur” expressed by their creations, which deserved applauses and a standing ovation at the end of the graduate show.
Sadaf Samar Khan builds shapes through voluminous and hard-stiffed flounces which create collars, asymmetrical stoles and play in a game of contrast between hard and soft using a sophisticated and tone on tone color palette of neutrals and beige.
|Sadafa Samar Khan|
The graduate collection of Viktorija Satkunskyte started with the delicate nuances of northern skies, like watercolour brushstrokes on silk fabrics, to go then towards the darker shades of the night with sheer organza and transparencies for the evening wear.
The slight and apparently fragile structures of lace and tulle by Roberto Virgillito surround the model’s bodies as if they had a life of their own, as masks and headpieces which recall in a more delicate way the greatness of Alexander McQueen of his certain period.
Despite the title, there’s nothing “Wrong” in the creations by Tommaso Fux, who on the contrary was able to create a perfectly balanced collection, made strong by the clever and unexpected combination of bright colors and neutrals, like for the beautiful duo of blue or red and beige on details and accessories.
With his lush tropical garden, halfway between the intricate pattern of Arts and Crafts movement and the intense chromatism of Fauves, Manuel Tonetti probably created the most beautiful and trendy prints seen in this event, demostrating of being ready for the big jump into fashion system.
Junpei Saito wanted to leave astonished the public, presenting magnificent gowns that seem coming from some epic historical movie, with heroins like Scarlett O’Hara or the brave woman of the 19th century, wearing the Victorian mourning dresses with all the courage that only women can have, in an hymn to a not usual feminism.