After a degree in Spanish Language and Literature, he studied Fashion design at Istituto Polimoda in Florence, a course associated with the London College of Fashion and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. In 1999 he worked with the designer Anton Giulio Grande in Roma, and in 2000 he joined Salvatore Ferragamo to work on men’s knitwear and to become Menswear Creative Director four years later. In 2010 he started designing the Women’s prêt-à-porter collection and, in the same year, he was appointed Creative Director for the entire label, thus being the first Creative Director in the Florentine company’s history. In 2012, he took part in an extraordinary project: during the exhibition sponsored by Ferragamo at the Louvre in Paris ‘Sant’Anna – the last masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci’, he had the opportunity to present the Resort 2013 collection in the peristylium of the museum’s Denon wing. It was the first time ever that the Louvre allowed its spaces for a fashion event. In 2013 he received the Designer of the Year award in Mexico City from the man’s magazine GQ. For who is your Masters designed, and why join? I would say that it is a Master […]
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Massimiliano Giornetti – Stilista & Fashion Designer
Approaches every project with a precise objective: that of satisfying the needs of the Client to guarantee that every project delivered reaches expectations. The functional approach inherited by its founders, Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro, has led the architects to keep in mind the economic, technological, methodological and cultural aspects of every Client’s request to develop projects with one main goal: that of being successful. As a service company, Giugiaro Architettura has the necessity to adapt its projects to any different request, desire or culture. This is what makes us so special: a specific approach to any project with the ability to understand a Client’s desires. The design approach starts from the idea of a global vision moving step by step into a deeper and accurate analysis of every single detail, all leading to the identification of a coordinated image.
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Since 1979 these have been the overriding values of Alias, one of the most consolidated names of Italian design. Values that have driven the firm’s close association with some renowned designer signatures. Collaborations that have developed and grown through the years, and in the course of which, Alias has managed to reveal the peculiar talent of each designer. Conducted in an on-going exchange of catalysts and ideas, and a constantly open-minded approach to the use of new materials and technological experimentation. Of particular significance is the solid industrial structure of a firm that controls each phase of the process, from design, to production and distribution. Alias, can now count on a distribution network of around 1000 stores in 50 countries throughout the world. In 2008, the first Alias flagship store was opened in Milan, on Corso Monforte 19; it is a striking two-storey structure that houses the company’s entire production and its design research. A product offering in constant evolution to meet the real needs of contemporary living and working environments.
Milano Corso Monforte 9
Born in 1977, this iconoclastic artist became globally famous at the end ofthe 90’s by hijacking in 3D the products of emblematic and internationalbrands such as Vuitton, Apple, Nike and Bic. Due to numerous publicationsin the press, the fiction turned into reality . His creations share a vision forthe future, with a formal working design and a functional rationalism, addedto poly-sensoriality and new technology. Keeping a certain distance from fashiontendencies Ora ito has developed his own vocabulary. For 2014-2015he was presented with a collection of accessorizes for portable electronic devicesinspired to shapes and materials of design and architecture, in cooperationwith Bigben Connected, french leader for the production of smartphoneand tablets.
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Marcel Wanders’ concept of two opposite worlds for the LG Hausys stand at MilanDesign Week 2015 is not just a spatial arrangement – it is an experience. In this spacewhere rational and emotional meet, HI-MACS® becomes a piece of art. Inspired byLG Hausys continuous material innovation, versatility and durability, Wanders tellsthe story of the endless possibilities of LG Hausys’ products for this amazing design.The pattern was originally conceived around the themes of macro-cosmos, the layered,ornamental vastness of the Universe, and the micro-cosmos, with its ordered systemsand patterns which can be found on a microscopic level. This contradiction hasinspired the space itself, where science and emotions meet and HI-MACS® becomesa piece of art.
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Self-taught, the man who ultimately created French design (before him there were bignames in this area), said of himself and of his training: “… my father was an inventor,drawing air and the only legacy he left me was not a large sum of money, but left mewith the idea that one of the most beautiful crafts that can be done is a job creation.You can make a inner search and work on themselves. After short, an excellent entryinto the world of design and be well known by insiders, Starck came in the news morepopular to have collaborated in 1982 to the creation of furniture of some rooms ofprivate apartments of President Mitterrand at the Elysee Palace. But apart from thiswork in addition to many other projects and productions, Starck is known and respectedat home and abroad for its quality designer, intelligent and cultured autodidact,creator of poetic free from conformism, (considered the “enfant terrible “),but fromcontrollatissima professionalita.
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