Domenico Puglisi

COUNTRY
Italy
COURSE
Fashion design
SECTION
Undergraduate programmes · Three year
SCHOOL
Milano School of fashion

M.1.M.0. said: << Anyone see something. >>

Domenico Puglisi attended an experimental course at the Art School in Messina, where he acquired the basics of design and modeling. After obtaining his diploma, he decided to pursue his passion by enrolling in the three-year Fashion Design course at Istituto Marangoni Milano, determined to become a professional working in the field of fashion and express himself through personal collections.

M.1.M.0. said: << Anyone see something. >> is the title of Domenico’s curricular project, pure expression of his artistic talent and his passion for art history, in particular Surrealist art. Domenico designed an Autumn-Winter 2014/2015 women’s collection aimed at a young and ironic audience.

Dedicated to a proud and independent woman, who adapts to the most extravagant aesthetic of the modern world, the collection M.1.M.0. said: << Anyone see something. >> revisits and reinterprets the details of Surrealist art that go beyond “reality,” drawing inspiration from Heinz Hajek Halke’s photographs and Louise Bourgeois’s sculptures.

The human body observed from a Realist perspective on the one hand, and the deformation of the body itself through optical effects and volumes on the other, are the two fundamental concepts on which the young designer develops his capsule collection. Prints and opulent embroidery adorn the clothes forming the texture. The result is an intriguing silhouette, which is outstanding but without giving up elegance: the convenience of street-style with a soul of Italian prêt-a-porter.

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