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Fashion at IUAV 2016

Fashion | July 14, 2016 |

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

Fashion at IUAV 2016

FASHION AT IUAV took place in Venice, in the spaces of Iuav University of Venice (Tolentini and Area Ex Magazzini Frigoriferi). Curated by the BA and MA programs in Fashion Design at Iuav, Fashion at Iuav celebrates the end of the academic year; the two days served as an occasion to reflect on the main themes defining contemporary Italian fashion and as the first and main stage for the presentation of the final collections designed by graduates of both BA and MA courses

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

FASHION AT IUAV – included in the calendar of the celebrations for the 90 years of Iuav University of Venice (1926-2016) – started on June 30th at 11 am, with the second edition of L’ITALIA È DI MODA, whose this year’s subtitle is: Game Changers. The format was that of a constellation of events to give rhythm to the two days, which concluded with a grand finale: the GRADUATION SHOW, the fashion show presenting the best collections of clothes and accessories designed by the graduating students of the Fashion Courses.

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Augusto Maurandi

 

L’ITALIA È DI MODA: Game Changers was a project of Iuav University of Venice in collaboration with Rivista Studio. It was curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, director of the Fashion Design and Multimedia Arts degree course, with Federico Sarica and Cristiano Seganfreddo. L’ITALIA È DI MODA started on June 30th at 11 am, taking place mainly in the university space of Tolentini. Among the participants of this second edition: the creative duo M/M Paris, composed of Mathias Augustyniak and Michael Amzalag, graphic designers and art directors recognised internationally for their major collaborations with Yohji Yamamoto, Jil Sander, Calvin Klein, Riccardo Tisci and Stella McCartney; fashion designers Boboutic, Marios, Marvielab, Serienumerica, Sergio Zambon; stylist Rossana Passalacqua; artist Paolo Gonzato; curator Milovan Farronato; journalists Gianluca Cantaro, Marta Casadei, Sara Maino, Cristina Manfredi, Silvia Schirinzi.

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

And also Riccardo Vannetti, Tutorship Director at Pitti Immagine; Sergio Tamborini, CEO of Marzotto Group; Andrea Montorio, CEO of Promemoria. For the occasion, the Iuav Library at Tolentini hosted original displays dedicated to recent editorial projects: Epiphany, the book by Gucci and photographer Ari Marcopoulos; The Art of Collaboration, the book edited by Tomas Maier collecting thirteen years of advertising campaigns for Bottega Veneta; Alla Carta magazine, which gathers fashion, art, food, design; Posi + tive magazine, dedicated mainly to the narrative value of photography and reportage, always with an eye on style and fashion; Monumental Minutiae, the first book by Marsèll, with words by Angelo Flaccavento.

 

005Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

The grand finale took place at 8.30 pm, July 1st, in the Area ex Magazzini Frigoriferi (San Basilio stop): the GRADUATION SHOW presented the best collections of clothes and accessories designed by graduates of the BA and the MA degree courses, coordinated by
their tutors, designers Veronika Allmayer-Beck, Paulo Melim Andersson, Arthur Arbesser, Michel Bergamo, Fabio Quaranta and Cristina Zamagni. For this year, fabrics for the BA graduate collections were kindly provided by Marzotto Lab (Redaelli and Tessuti di Sondrio). For the BA graduate accessories collections, fabrics were kindly provided by LorenziFor the MA graduate collections, fabrics were kindly provided by Bonotto. The GRADUATION SHOW has been streamed live on NOT JUST A LABEL and Vogue.it.

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Credits: Mariano Barrientos

 

Fashion at IUAV 2016Backstage-Credits: Marco Forlin

 

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