Friday, April 11, 2014

The creativity of “Print-à-Porter” by Brother Italia!


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Hello everyone!
Have you seen the amazing dresses in the first pic? Can you see what and how they are made?
They are made of paper! Brilliant, and really so beautiful!

“Print-à-Porter” 
is a project born from the collaboration between Brother, a company at the forefront of technological innovation, and POLI.design .
This project, very creative and so original, combines two very important aspects, the concept of high quality printing and fashion design.
It was attended by the students of the high specialization in " Licensing of Luxury Goods" by POLI.design and what got out... wonderful  dresses and i I can't belive what did I see, you look at them from a distance and this dresses seem form high tailoring and just get closer you can understand the use of the paper which in my opinion gives an amazing added value. 
The detailed workings of the plissé... what say, I was really in awe watching them.
Saturday and Sunday the space will be open to the public and you can find them inside the Temporary Museum for New Design, the exclusive MyOwnGallery of Superstudio Piu.
Don't miss it, there you can meet the students and admire their great work, you can admire the workmanship live, I do not know if you can clearly see from the pics but they created for me a paper bracelet really very fashion and I love it.
Thanks to Brother Italia for making me discover this wonderful world!
A special thanks to Alessia for all and a big kiss to Lana that I had the pleasure to meet and get to know in person.



A big big kiss to you and thanks for always being there!




Buongiorno a tutti!
Avete visto che belli i vestiti della prima foto? Riuscite a vedere in cosa e come sono fatti, no?
Sono di carta! Geniale, ma soprattutto bellissimi.
“Print-à-Porter” è un progetto nato dalla collaborazione tra Brother, azienda all’avanguardia nell’innovazione tecnologica, e POLI.design.
Questo progetto molto creativo ed originale unisce due aspetti molto importanti e cioè il concetto di stampa e quello di fashion design.
Ad esso hanno partecipato degli studenti del Corso di alta specializzazione in “Licensing dei Beni di Lusso” di POLI.design e cosa ne è uscito...dei capi meravigliosi da non credere ai propri occhi, da lontano li guardi e sembrano abiti di alta sartoria e solo avvicinandoti capisci il maestrale utilizzo della carta che a mio parere dà un valore aggiunto eccezionale. 
Le lavorazioni dettagliate i plissé, gli stimoli tattili e visivi, luci, ombre e colori...che dire sono rimasta veramente a bocca aperta a guardarli.
Sabato e Domenica lo spazio sarà aperto al pubblico e li potete trovare all’interno del Temporary Museum for New Design, nell’esclusiva MyOwnGallery di Superstudio Più.
Andate ne vale la pena, all'interno trovere gli studenti ed oltre ad ammirare i loro lavori potrete ammirare la lavorazione dal vivo, non so se si vede bene dalle foto ma mi hanno creato un bracciale di carta veramente molto fashion e mi piace tantissimo.
Un grazie a Brother per avermi fatto scoprire questo mondo meraviglioso.
Un grazie speciale ad Alessia per tutto ed un grande bacio a Lana che ho avuto il piacere di incontrare e conoscere di persona.
Un bacionissimo a voi e sempre grazie di esserci!


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