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Voyeur

The collection shapes itself through myths and sensations; builds a communicative yarn that disturbs the artist like a perpetual voice in the head. The topics covered range from the flamboyant Irish rumor about banshees to the disturbance of multiple personalities, translating the almost trivial ill-being of living into something simple, clean, which gives clarity for a single moment to a soul troubled by the awareness of unawareness.

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Luciano di Marco

Hi everyone, I am Luciano Di Marco, I come from Catania, a city on the island of Sicily.
The passion for fashion is something that was born with me, it is a particular way of seeing the things around me, fashion is everywhere, it is a filtered reality where life becomes art.
My collection called voyear tells the story of a woman who listens to herself and her own insecurities in life, a woman who allows herself to be a tangle of sensations, a woman who loves herself despite her demons.
the cuts are clean and contrast with full and empty spaces, of course and the color palette dazzles the shades ranging from bright white to enveloping black creating a sophisticated and modern vision.
The inspiration for this collection was born from the awareness of being dominated by voices that crowd our heads, the feeling of not being alone and the awareness of living in a way almost alienated from reality.

dimarcolucianoarmando@gmail.com

De Profundis communication project concept :
'De Profundis' is a collection that speaks of the interiority of people.
The concept is to deepen the feelings that are hidden within the individual, feelings of loss accentuated by decisive and linear, clean and slender clothes.
The designer Luciano Di Marco talks about multiple personality disorder and an inner malaise by analyzing it with a rigid and schematic linearity that almost gives the individual inner peace and order.
The communication project was developed on these elements, creating a lost personality, a figure placed in an isolated place in a climate of continuous self-analysis.

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Maria Colombo

Hi! My name is Maria, Jud for my friends, as my second name is Judith; a name from the Netherlands, where my mum comes from.

I’m half from Holland and a 50% from North Italy, Piemonte, Lago Maggiore.
I was born in Milan on 25th of April in 1998.

My passion for fashion comes from years and years of interest in Design and Images, power of images, fashion has always been in my opinion one of the most creative fields from this point of view.

These two projects carried out during the last academic semester are the result of a lot of personal and creative research.

In such a complicated period I looked for a way to work at my best, also trying to have fun and learn from experiences, also to understand how to work at ANY time.

I feel very close to this two project, i can see my personality and the designer's too in a single communication project, a project that kept me company, and I became very attached to this work during the lockdown period.

Starting from the creation of a logo, from the application of it on merchandising, to the creation of products through concepts up to the actual communication of the brand and the current collection and the organization of events such as a fashion show or presentation, the path was unique and affective.

My inspirations for these two projects were first of all the designers themselves, learning to know their personality and then present them is always a unique and indescribable experience.

To be able to tell about a personality and its path you have to dig deep and put yourself in the designer's place.
What is your goal?
How would you describe your collection to an audience with images? Which target do you want to represent? How do you think it is best to represent it?

At this point as well my personality will be added and the fusion of creator and stylist give birth to a project which becomes unique and gives possibilities to give strength to the collection.

mariajudithcolombo@gmail.com