Gattinoni, In the magical location of the eternal city “Terme di Diocleziano” showed a parade between past and future, with some clothes selected from the historical archive of the fashion house, more than a thousand objects including jackets, clothes and trousers, and new creations. It is no coincidence that the name “Heritage” was chosen for the Gattinoni catwalk, one of the big names in the AltaRoma calendar in this January event. It is not the only news: it will be a “no season” collection, explains Guillermo Mariotto, the creative director of the fashion house.
During @altaroma, @gattinoni_official were On women’s side beeing in the forefront of #womensbattle for the #women, sharing the commitment of #metoo, #timesup, #wedoittoghether. There’s been the ex model @gessica.notaro to parade as a symbol of women who react to violence. And then other testimonials, from @gloriaguidag1 #Gloria Guida to @elisabettadessy, to #IsabellaAlbonico, muse of great photographers in the 60’s, to enhance a femininity that does not even decline after the 80’s. Whatch the whole interview and show online at romeftv.com interview by: @francesca_ceci to @guillermomariotto and @stefanodominella produced by #IFN #Internationalfashionnetwork @romefashiontv
Black represent an iconic choice.
Black, the absolute choice for the hats, and then the black and white stripes, the Prince of Wales, the lace:Mariottokept in mind in the selection the iconic features of Fernanda Gattinoni. And he wanted the help of a fashion stylist, Federica Trota. Some dresses will be taken from the archive, others adapted to the models (the waistline at the time was 59-60), others completely rebuilt, to avoid the risk of ruining them, like the Calais lace wedding dress that closes the parade, or the jacket with the treble clef that is been the first to go out on the catwalk.
On women’s side.
But Gattinoni also wanted to be in the forefront of the women’s battle for the women, sharing the commitment of #metoo, #timesup, #wedoittoghether. There is been Gessica Notaro to parade, as a symbol of women who react to violence. And then other testimonials, from Gloria Guida to Elisabetta Dessy, to Isabella Albonico, muse of great photographers in the 60s, to enhance a femininity that does not even decline to 80 years.
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