On 22th December 2016, Franca Sozzani has passed away. She was for more than twenty years the Vogue Italia director; she has been a crucial figure for the entire Italian fashion industry.
Franca Sozzani contributed to promote the Italian designers, which they have been considered the best fashion designers ever existed. Armani, Versace, Prada and Valentino just to mention a few, they are a source of inspiration for the next generation designer and always they will be. We want to recommend these new designers which they are maintaining the Italian style prestige all around the world.
Attico is a new brand by Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio, freelance designers, which share similar aesthetics as much as different; the brand embraces diverse styles and visual approaches, united by a common thread and strong attention to individual details.
Attico aims to bring in a concept way of dressing that typically involves a private sector. In fact, the clothes are inspired in a declared in petticoats, dressing gowns and luxurious pajamas with a particular reference to stylistic elements and lines that take you back in time to the Twenties and Forties.
A favorite fabric is velvet, draped artfully to create soft and sensual necklines. And still coats the canvas edges cut in vivo, fancy clothes that look old and silk kimono flounced petticoats by fluid volumes and important at the same time.
Fausto Puglisi isn’t really an emerging fashion designer.
Born in Messina in 1976, he decided to move in New York and Los Angeles to learn how to become a fashion designer. Here he worked so hard, starting from the bottom. And when he returned to Italy, he believed in their talent and fashion designer has seriously started to produce its own line and got a big success.
After that his career turn in recent years and Fausto Puglisi became the new designer of the fashion house Ungaro.
His creations are a tribute to his Sicily and the typical style of the island’s women. Fausto Puglisi sets his spring-summer 17 in a church where the models are wearing floral suit with big gold chains, long dresses interspersed with deep slits, t-shirt shaped by reminiscent of votive offerings, bomber jacket with embroidered crosses, in studded leather bra with studs and colorful mini slip dress.
After graduating in Fashion Design at the Central Saint Martins in London in 2007, Francesca Liberatore started an international experience working for some big fashion houses, like Viktor&Rolf in Amsterdam and overall Jean Paul Gaultier in Paris and Brioni Womenswear in Italy.
In 2009, Francesca Liberatore won the Next Generation competition promoted by Italy’s CNMIFrancesca exposed her creations in prestigious locations such as the Museo della Permanente in Milan and the Edieuropa Gallery in Rome.
For this winter collection showed at the last New York Fashion Week, Francesca Liberatore has focused her creativity on outerwear, giving them a new way of being worn. Quilted jackets and equipped with hood are in fact elevated to the rank of clothes, experimenting with fabrics, colors and textures. The new version of the jacket utility is of leather and has a row of pockets brim, while the kimono jacket is stripped of sleeves. The clothes instead choose to strike the attention through their asymmetrical silhouette and through transparencies with a strong graphic that link on the combination of black with bare effect colors.
Giulia Rositani is a young designer, she creates prints that animate the leaders on both sides, artistic works that come to life on silk, cotton, jersey and neoprene.
Her first collection was realized in 2011 when she started making scarves. After completed the studies at the IED in Milan, she stated an internship period in a very important and renowned brand like Moschino. This experience allowed her to build her own fashion project.
One of her top creations is the trapeze dress, a versatile garment, easy to wear, undemanding, always in effect and especially not seasonality. Her source of inspiration is the nature, painters such as Picasso and Munari , a spirit she defines “luxury fun”.
Massimo Giorgetti was considered one of the most talented emerging Italian fashion designers, now he is a prominent stylist. In the 2009 Massimo Giorgetti founded MSGM, a brand created in partnership with Paoloni Group by whom he has demonstrated a strong ability in captivating trends.
His style is a simple mix of continuous new inputs like the influences as indie music and contemporary art. Massimo Giorgetti mixes and matches his passion and the artistic and aesthetic expressions. His creations are a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes which hit the public interest and attention and made MSGM as one the most intriguing brand of the moment.
Also leading a special brand like MSGM, recently Massimo Giorgetti is became the fresh appointment as creative director of the noble and historic brand Emilio Pucci.
At the last Milan Fashion Week MSGM by Massimo Giorgetti presented the new spring-summer collection, reinterpreting the college style and contaminates with elements borrowed to sportswear: the classic skirt discovers unexpected volumes and is sprinkled with ruffles, the men’s shirt has elongated sleeves and is crossed by a maxi jabot, the technical network overlaps with long t-shirt and argyle sweater you wear with large tulle skirts in acid colors.