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The pride of fashion: Style Fashion Issue on newsstands | Style

Become Style Fashion Issue. In his editorial, the director Alessandro Calascibetta writes that “identity, personality, recognizability are the essential elements for the affirmation of a brand. In fashion as in publishing ». A statement that amply confirms this number of Style Fashion Issue which arrives at newsstands on April 5, attached to Corriere della Sera. With a cover signed by photographer Charlie Gray and with a scream that is a stance: The pride of making fashion.

Sure: Pride. Why for Style Magazine and for all the extensions that make it a system, from Fashion Issue, in fact, up to the site and the Instagnam @stylemagazineitalia profile, providing fashion information means observing all aspects of image and information. Those of a complex system that sees within it the industrial, distributive, economic and even financial apparatus. And that great privilege that is creativity.

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The new Style Fashion Issue: Fashion, embroidered jackets and accessories take center stage

This number of Fashion Issue opens with the usual appointment of «Punto di vista». This time 4 opinion leaders reflect on the role of 4 historical and indispensable items of the male wardrobe. Thus, with Three-sleeved revolution Michele Ciavarella notes the transformation of the jacket. Perhaps the male boss who most of all has undergone a metamorphosis despite always looking the same. Following, Giuliana Matarrese intervenes on the polo and Antonio Mancinelli on the pullover. While Luca Roscini emphasizes the emancipation of the T-shirt bianca become a leader who knows how to overcome the clichés and prejudices of those who do it, destined only for non-conformists.

Roscini himself signs Neo Decor. The fashion shoot, featuring photos of Charlie Gray, illustrates a very specific trend this spring. That is, the complete with embroidered or printed jacket or in jacquard fabric. Angelica Pianarosa signs the second fashion shoot. Where the accessories, photographed by Gautier Pellegrin, are enhanced by the focus on shapes and details. Becoming the focal point of communication that each person wants to transfer through their own image.

200 trunks, murals and anti-war fashion

The finale of this issue is a series of images and information. We start with a selection that Michele Ciavarella has made of 200 trunks that Louis Vuitton commissioned from as many artists. These have prepared unique pieces on the border between art and design.
200 objects of desire on which artists and creatives such as Fabrizio Plessi, Peter Marino, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Willo Perron, Ramdane Touhami and many others have transferred that intuition that the founder Louis Vuitton had had in 1865. When he created the first, in same size of 100x50x50 that the artists used for this project. Project which, among other things, will yield two million euros in charity to organizations that deal with young artists from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Street Art, from the complaint to social media

It continues with an article by Cristiano Seganffreddo, co-editor of Flash Art. Starting from the murals that appeared on social media with the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, he tells the meanings of street art. Born as a complaint to be so democratic and with many social meanings, it ended up being designed for use by social networks.

Again the war in Ukraine and the reactions of opposition it aroused throughout the fashion sector. Michele Ciavarella tells her in the piece Oppose weapons. With courage, love, peace. And beauty. It starts with the strong emotions aroused by the Balenciaga fashion show in Paris in which the creative director Demna Gvasalia recounted his experience as a Georgian refugee dramatically similar to that of the Ukrainians. And we get to the reactions of Giorgio Armani, Rick Owens, Alessandro Michele. And to those of the large luxury groups that have even closed their shops in Russia. But managing to keep working relationships with their employees in place.

The issue closes with a thought by Alexander McQueen and the sense of freedom that is inherent in fashion.


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