Flowers with romantic tones, sometimes nostalgic, and flowers with strong and disruptive colors. Not just prints, but also applications and embroidery, in a three-dimensional variant. All the energy and vitality of flowers that year after year bloom on clothing and accessories to enhance beauty and femininity.
Silvian Heach presents the first among several collaborations that will feature the talents. A capsule collection consisting of twenty garments and designed by Piccione.Piccione, brand launched by the Sicilian talent Salvatore Piccione, winner of the Who is on Next award? 2014.
The collection designed by Piccione.Piccione for Silvian Heach seems to be the synthesis of the designer path, between romanticism and sensuality, celebrating female beauty through prints on silk and chiffon. A mixture of art and fashion which also reveals the work of Verdiana Patacchini painter who helped create the pictures that form the background to the photos of the campaign as well as the interiors of the showroom.
Mena Marano, Silvian Heach AD, thus reaches the exciting goal of offering customers a high fashion collection at affordable rates. Dresses from bohemian aesthetic caress the silhouettes with intriguing floral prints, for enthusiastic woman and elegant but never excessive. The capsule collection of Silvian Heach in collaboration with Piccione.Piccione will be on sale from July in all stores of the brand.
For info http://www.silvianheach.com/it/
From Hollywood stars to rock queens of the 80s such as Madonna and Cindy Lauper, the gloves are an consolidated element of fashion. Legend has it that the goddess Venus, running in the woods of Mount Olympus, she fell putting her hands on a bush of thorns and she scratched her hands. The Graces, then, they sewed very thin bandages around her fingers and her palm so that the gauze adhere perfectly. Thus were born the gloves. In the history the gloves, as pure ornament, date back to the ancient Egyptians. While the Romans, harassed by the idea of convenience, they used these accessories mainly to protect your hands.
From the ninth century, however, the glove becomes a wedding gift for women, and throughout the Middle Ages remain a and thus a sign of prestige. The the binomial glove-femininity, then, is an ancient concept but still dominates the catwalks of some of the most famous designers. We show you how the emerging talents Msgm, Marcobologna e L72, interpret the use of gloves. From classic lines to models with eccentric and unusual details, lined, unlined, fur or silk in a huge variety of colors, the important thing is to dare!! A glove completely changes the intentions of our style and gives verve to dresses too classic or embellishing a more casual look, certainly, an added value to our personal style.
by Virginia Fontò