FASHION GRADUATE ITALIA 2018: Ferrari Fashion School fashion show





Stop to excesses? Yes, or maybe not. Ferrari Fashion School celebrates a powerful woman in a hymn to femininity which crosses times and spaces with a collective project presented at Fashion Graduate Italia 2018.


As observer, one of the most interesting things I've seen at Fashion Graduate Italia is that so many and different fashion schools peacefully divided the spaces of Base Milano in a very positive atmosphere, taking this experience, more than competitors, as an important occasion to compare their educational methods, ideas and results. 



Ferrari Fashion School exhibition at FASHION GRADUATE ITALIA 2018

Visiting this event, a young aspiring designer who'd like to study fashion had the occasion to take a look in one shot to almost all the best Italian schools, speaking directly with teachers and already graduated students, starting to get an idea about the future in some academy. But especially falling in love with the style embodied by every school.


 Ferrari Fashion School exhibition at FASHION GRADUATE ITALIA 2018


FERRARI FASHION SCHOOL

Far from the hyperbolic flights of fancy or conceptualism typical of many graduate collections, that could be pleasant but sometimes too exaggerated, FERRARI FASHION SCHOOL, to which I've already dedicated an article as guide aspiring designers, opted for a return to the basic value of fashion: emphasizing beauty through a high quality tailoring and a captivating design.

Working on exoskelethon for a student of Ferrari Fashion School

"Femininity celebration across the Universe #19" it's a kind of fashion history book in which the old pictures come again to life completely renewed to be adapted to contemporary instances. Pay attention. This is not only a work of revival (already seen so many times on much famous catwalks), but an attentive will to reach the roots of female essence analyzing its mutability across history and countries.
Red is the fil-rouge of "Femininity celebration across the Universe #19", collective project by the students of Ferrari Fashion School

Jumping between eras and lands we can find the 50s Haute Couture lines revisited in patent leather mixed with cancan-style feathers skirts, prints and silhouettes recalling the influence that Japanese art had on Impressionist artists, but also the military uniforms which blend their seriousness with the rebel spirits of Sixties and Seventies.

A touch of Japanese beauty for "Femininity celebration across the Universe #19", collective project by the students of Ferrari Fashion School
 
Fairytales characters and princesses celebrated by "Femininity celebration across the Universe #19", collective project by the students of Ferrari Fashion School

There's non shortage of references to 80s glam rock, to 90s Minimalism, to fairy princesses or to fashion icons like Madonna wearing Jean Paul Gaultier, a "rockoco" Marie Antoinette or Queen Victoria. To move then toward contemporary times with a more vanguard part which proposed suits incorporating led lighting, Japanese volumes, hi-tech fabrics or experimentation on exoskelethons.

80s glam-rock for "Femininity celebration across the Universe #19", collective project by the students of Ferrari Fashion School
 
Back to Nineties for "Femininity celebration across the Universe #19", collective project by the students of Ferrari Fashion School
The most esperimental part of "Femininity celebration across the Universe #19", collective project by the students of Ferrari Fashion School

Femininity in all its various aspects is the fil-rouge of the collection, a collective project that involved 28 young students:

Silvia Pillitteri - Silvia Trivella - Alessandra Besomi - Gwennael Moens - Claudia Chiellini - Giorgia Ricetti - Valentina Guerrini - Maka Varuashvili - Carmen Cellini - Greta Poggi - Giovanna Carrella - Chiara Noci - Veronica Hosena - Reine Ikounga - Jennifer Castro - Anna Tymichikova - Giorgia Fazzari - Monica Groppelli - Sara Ciceri - Claudia Bettinelli - Sunita Mores - Francesca Caruso - Alice Meroni - Monica Griffanti - Gregoria Siringo - Andrea Vitali


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