the new vocabulary of italian fashion

On November 23rd, 2015, “The New Vocabulary of Italian Fashion” exhibition opened to the public at the Triennale Design Museum in Milano to celebrate Italy’s Contemporary Fashion and its new languages. The creations of many of Istituto Marangoni Alumni will be among the items on exhibit, as legitimate protagonists of Tomorrow’s Fashion.

This is the history of Made in Italy starting from 1998, that of Fashion in the Web Era, of new designers who are entering the Fashion system in the Y2K. The exhibition is divided into three main areas – vocabulary, narrations and biographies – structured in a key-word path, each summarising the most typical and innovative concepts of Italian creativity.

The curators, Paola Bertola and Vittorio Linfante, have selected 111 Made in Italy brands, which include a number of brilliant Istituto Marangoni Alumni: Andrea Pompilio, Paula Cademartori, Alessandro De Benedetti, CO|TE, Colomba Leddi, Comeforbreakfast, Gianniserra, Giuseppe di Morabito, L’F Shoes, Licia Florio, Lucio Vanotti, Marcobologna, Marianna Cimini, Max Kibardin, Miryaki, and San Andrès Milano.

The New Vocabulary of Italian Fashion” exhibition, dedicated to the recently-deceased Elio Fiorucci, closes on March 6th, 2016.

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