I live in a little town near Varese, my passion for art and fashion has grown over the years, from high school to my years in Naba. My creativity is deeply marked by my sense of ethics and justice, my aim is to give voice to the voiceless, to the ones that are not considered in our society. I am a very sensitive person and what happens around me marks my perspective of seeing the world. I’m also very interested in the research of of sustainable and vegetal materials and fabrics for my works. I can feel on my skin that we need to change if we want to preserve our beautiful planet and i want to be part of that change.
REBIRTH UNCAGED CONCEPT
For me the world is a prison, it's a cage in which we delude ourselves that we are free. In the meantime, we don't respect the life on this world, the life of the living beings who inhabit it together with us, humans. Through my collection I want to represent the rebirth of the individual, his escape from this physical and mental imprisonment in which we have relegated ourselves. In my vision I seek the freedom of the individual, his rebirth through the expressiveness of the body, with the aim of rediscovering the harmony between nature and humanity. In my collection the color red is very present and represents both our guilt towards the planet and our rebirth, as if it were a birth.In order to be as responsible as possible towards the planet, all materials are sustainable and vegetal, hand-dyed with natural techniques.
The idea of rebirth transmits ambivalent sensations, because if on the one hand rebirth means living again, and therefore finding ourselves and rediscovering ourselves free from what no longer belonged to us before, the process that leads us to this is often anything but easy. We are reborn because we are dead in the first place; something must be destroyed to create something else and this destruction can be violent and painful, like giving birth;
The raw, visceral pain and violence that lead to a new, beautiful, life.
BIO: I’m Martina Luccini, I’m 22 years old and I‘m from Aosta, where I studied piano at the musical high school. My interest in fashion was initially born with the need to create something of my own and, intrigued by the expressive power of the clothes, I then moved to Milan to study fashion Styling and Communication at NABA, with the desire to make fashion a more accessible and inclusive world. During my academic career I realized how much communication is an important means not only to give vent to my creativity, but also to spread the ideals in which I have always believed.