Gianluca Tamburini – Winner of It’s LIQUID International Contest 3rd Edition | ITSLIQUID

Gianluca Tamburini – Winner of It’s LIQUID International Contest 3rd Edition

Fashion | January 28, 2014 |

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Gianluca Tamburini – Winner of It’s LIQUID International Contest 3rd Edition

Gianluca Tamburini has two graduations in Economics and Marketing. He moved his first steps in the commercial areas of leading companies (editorial and industrial design). After the Master degree in Fashion Marketing Communication and special events organization at Polimoda, he worked in the press office of Ermanno Scervino. After this cooperation created his own fashion project, Conspiracy, with the aim of designing “sandal shaped jewels.” In 2012, Gianluca Tamburini is one of the winners of the 8th edition of “Who is on Next?“, the contest for young fashion designers, created and developed by AltaRoma.

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Luca Curci – When you decide to be a designer and why?

Gianluca Tamburini – I started my project in 2010. I was not born as a designer, I studied economics and marketing and I worked in the pressoffice of wellknown florentine fashion company. The main reason why I started my new career I felt it was time for me to express my vision and broaden my skills.

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L.C. – Can you talk about your work? Which are your inspirations?

G. T. – Conspiracy combines technological and biological inspirations. Their mix can provide very interesting results. It’s a kind of biotechnological background, a scientific/artistic approach.

L.C. – What are you currently working on?

G. T. – Actually I’m working on the Aerial Collection and on some new crazy sculptural heels.

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L. C. – What was the best advice given to you as a designer?

G. T. – Follow your vision.

L.C. – What is design for you?

G. T. – Design is basically a mean to express my aesthetic point of view.

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