My name is Gabriele Nestonni, I’m 21, an I was born in Rone, in a neighboorhood not far from NABA, the QX of Rome, the 10th industrial neighboorhood of the city. Once I finished, in 2018, my Product design studies, in artistic high school in the center of Rome. I reflected on my self, about if I were to continue with this studies or choose Fashion Design, that I always been fascinated, also during the Product Design studies and wen I went to visit NABA , I have been even more.
CALLIN’DUSTRY is a capsule collection of 20 looks. takes inspiration from the first industrial envoirment (QX) of Rome. This allowed me to understand that industry influence sectors of art, and how they can influence in fashion.
Especially how these envoirments, some abbanoned from decades, present within them, shapes, volumes and composition that inspired me .
the inactivity of them and the passage of time had aged materials wich now look different, presenting composition and repeatable schemes wich have their own coherent aesthetic.
The collection translates this into garments, thus also refers to workwear, weared by those who really worked in those places, wich however, just like these, it has evolved over time.
Gabriele Nestonni's Callin’dustry brand debuts with a collection inspired by mechanical-industrial aesthetics, that of the X municipality of Rome, born in 1907 with the development of the industrial area of the city.
All that is present in it, is a texture that Gabriele translates into the fabric.
Institutional graphics find their identity through the Callin’dustry logo inserted in its applications on a screen printed by the designer himself. The urban style of the brand is told through the choice of prints, the font, and in the case of the show the materials.
Gabriele's collection is the manifesto that marks the birth of the Callin'dustry brand, it embodies a path and the characteristics that are part of Gabriele's identity and history.
The shooting aims to tell the birth of the collection in a few clicks, translated into a day's work in your garage. Here, a group of young people gets together to build an idea, between moments of leisure and work.
Bio: I’m a stylist based in Rome.
In the last two years, I have tried to discover and work with emerging Italian designers.
I have a main focus on independent newspapers and the new panorama of Italian fashion publishing.
I like to evolve, set after set, job after job.
Styling is what I love most, but I always try to learn as much as possible from the various roles I meet along my path