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Few days in Salerno by Eva Di Franco

Fashion | June 23, 2015 |

eva di francoImage courtesy of Chiara Nicolosi

Few days in Salerno by Eva Di Franco

A summer trip in Salerno, south of Italy, gave birth to this special capsule collection

eva di francoImage courtesy of Chiara Nicolosi

Ancient and precious textures with a special care on cut and finishings. Unique fabrics for one-off pieces. About the artist: Italian. Born in Livorno, Tuscany, in 1986. Studied between Florence and London throughout 2008 and 2013. In 2013 started to design and produce collections. Since 2014 the atelier opened in Florence under the name EvaDiFranco, a womenswear brand based and crafted in Florence and Tuscany.

eva di francoImage courtesy of Chiara Nicolosi

“We aim to design clothes that are wearable for a long time (TIMELESS). Each collection is designed to meet basic and classic wardrobe needs, while at the same time providing unexpected, yet discreet design details. We also create unique pieces, which can be inspired by color and fabric research.

eva di francoImage courtesy of Chiara Nicolosi

A strong inspiration comes from the japanese culture, concept and aesthetic, which includes principles like balance, asymmetry, not obvious, modularity. We work on the (ideal) NO WASTE philosophy: some of our items are designed so there is barely any cutting.”

more. www.evadifranco.com

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