The "Dress me like Moldavans" collection created by Ana Maria Bogus is inspired by the tradition of Eastern countries, in particular Moldova, the designer's native country.
There is a place in the heart of Eastern Europe where time seems to have stopped, where nature is untouched and traditions are sacred, however, all of this is eclipsed by the emergence of the global market that seeks to meet the needs of an increasingly demanding consumer.
I chose to set the photo shoot in the beating heart of Milan where the modern glass buildings are the background.
This choice was born precisely to try to represent this strong and clear difference between traditions, represented through clothes and the globalization represented by the location.
Giorgia Del Sarto
My name is Giorgia, I was born in Monza where I still live and I am in the third year of Fashion styling and Communication in NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti).
I love to travel and visit new cities, thus discovering new traditions and culture from all over the world.
I like to photograph, but not only architecture, the people, trying to convey everything a person feels through a single shot.
I am inclined to manual and digital work, perhaps thanks to a passion for graphics and everything that revolves around the various Adobe programs.
My goals right now is to graduate, then to find a job in the field I studied in, not only here at the university but also in my high school path.
The inspiration for this project was born from the idea that the designer wanted to convey: it was born precisely to try to represent this strong and clear difference between traditions, represented through clothes and globalization.
So I decided to set both the shooting and the show in a place that fully represented modernity and urbanization: Milan