The idea behind the collection was born by listening to the playlist that the English artist Labrinth has created for the tv series “Euphoria”. His songs do not belong to a particular genre, but are the result of a mix of styles, including Gospel, a music that was born as a tale of suffering but at the same time of hope, and this contrast in the background also returns in the collection, because of the main reference that comes from personal emotions: all the tracks seem to be divided into two parts, the first characterized by a quiet rhythm, almost restrained, and the second marked by a feeling of explosion but always very "controlled". There are also artistic references, the sculpture by Boccioni "Forme nella continuità dello spazio" and La Madonna by Edward Munch are the inspirations that give life to shapes that remind the body and his fluid movements.
I’m Melissa Camilli, i am twenty years old and I was born in Milan. I studied at art school because I always had a passion for drawing and art, but over the years I developed a passion for fashion and I decided to transform it, in the future, in my work. After high school I decided to attend the course of Fashion Design of NABA to develop my skills at best; during these years I discovered to have a strong interest in modeling and for this reason I hope in the future to be able to work in an atelier as a tailor and model maker.
The idea behind the collection was born by listening to the playlist that the English artist Labrinth. His songs do not belong to a particular genre, but are the result of a mix of styles, including the Gospel, a music that was born as a tale of suffering but at the same time of hope, and this contrast background also returns in the collection.
My idea was therefore to create Gifs that visually depict these feelings of the Gospel genre, which lead first to a sense of imprisonment and then uncontested freedom, So vast that it cannot be contained but to contain itself, a polite explosion.
Hi, I am Sofia Bassi and I live in Morbegno, a small town in Valtellina. I have always had a certain passion for fashion since I was a little girl. I have always chosen what to wear to go to school since elementary school and I have always bought fashion magazines in order to stay up to date. It’s a way that has always fascinated me because behind it there are so many people who do a thousand different jobs.
The idea for this project came from talking to my designer and her desire to represent what the gospel wants to convey to us. So I thought about how to communicate this sense of suffering but at the same time hope. We then created Gifs that, through the use of plastic, represent closure and, through an open place, represent hope.