My collection was conceived as a motivation for today's women to face the current situation with a stoic spirit, a spirit that I identified as being embodied in the poem �La Ginestra� by Giacomo Leopardi. The women, to whom I address my collection, aware of what they are experiencing, are encouraged to shine like flowers in the desert.
The aesthetic inspiration that guided my design was the study of the shapes, which was conducted through the moulage technique, that I want to make central to the collection
Another inspiration came from the nature and the environments that surround me in this period of pandemic. Examples are the use of broom bushes to create graphics and crumbling walls of my historic village as a setting for the shooting.
A past that crumbles, but returns through various channels, in the present, and which contributes to making it more beautiful.
My name is Giulia Brizzolari, I am twenty-three years old. I attended the Art School with a graphic-visual address, during which I had ample opportunity to deepen the field of graphic design and I acquired knowledge in most of the aspects that characterize it. Later, I attended the three-year course in Fashion, Art, Design and Visual Culture at the University of Bergamo, in which I mostly studied theoretical aspects concerning the history of art and fashion. After my first degree in 2019, I enrolled in the Biennium in Fashion and Textile Design at NABA (New Academy of Fine Arts) in Milan, where I am still attending the last year.