This drawing has been designed by our fashion student: Ilaria Rossi (ITA) Course: Fashion Design Luxury Casual: the materials are of high quality for a comfortable and relaxed lifestyle. I used letraset pantone and then I processed with crayons and pencils 2b and 4b to create shadows and “chiaroscuro” for the fabric’s movements.
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student: Salvatore Driacchio (ITA) Course: Fashion Stylist (12 months) I create dresses that extremely emphasize the femininity of the woman: the colors, the forms and any other small details that emphasize the woman that’s sweet and sensual. Mixed techniques involving the use of Pantone, colored pencils, nail polish and micro tip of various colors.
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Ilaria Marazzina (ITA) Course: Fashion Designer (8 months) Theme: Glamour Rock Leather Description: this theme is inspired to all the effects of light and shadow of the leather, accompanied by small metal details. The black color dominates the look that’s between the tight-fitting silhouettes and the oversized shapes. This shape reveals a strong and confident woman that does not give up the sensuality and glamour. Technique used: Pantone, watercolor pastels, graphite pencils, micro white black tip.
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Eleonora Marchesi Massaro (ITA) For this design, I was inspired by the ceramics of the city “Caltagirone”; I used Pantoni Tria, Caran d'Ache Pastels, Graphite Pencil and Micro tip black and white. I attend “Istituto di Moda Burgo”, a little over 1 year and a half.
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Marco Di Ciuccio (ITA) In 2012, Madonna performs at Indianapolis, in Indiana, at the Super Bowl, no longer as the queen of the POP, but as an empress. My diva dress Body contoured leather with metal inserts, transparencies and crowns imposing a strong impact. A woman who loves to reinvent style icon, try and get noticed. I used pantones, watercolor pastels and enamels. Marco Di Ciuccio
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Stella Manente (ITA) In an age like ours, in which the offer is double of the request, I just have to engage the customer by capturing his emotion. There is no theme in my work because these three designs come from the simple desire to create a strong language and refined. My dream is dressing a statuesque, demanding and unreachable woman, who can make a classic night dress, a modern and intriguing expression. I used mechanical pencil on white paper, [...]
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Carolina Lee Hernàndez (Messico) Course: Fashion design Nov 2011 - Feb 2013 Inspiration: Re Noir’s paintings Description: A new concept of Re Noir’s paintings with the same colors, forms and elements, with the new contemporary dresses that can be seen on his paintings. Like if he was still living 2013 Materials: lace, viscose, organza, pearls, crystals, metal buttons.
This drawing has been designed by our fashion student : Nadia Ciutto (ITA) The figures in the background are inspired by two of the many sub-cultures Japanese, Lolita fashion to appear feminine and Visual-Kei to that of men. Lolita fashion, born in Japan around the 70s and reached its greatest popularity during the late 90s, inspired by the elaborate dresses of the Victorian era and Rococò. With extensive use of lace, ribbons, trimmings and ribbons is a style that is still popular both in Japan and around the world. The [...]
This drawing has been designed only after 10 months by our fashion student : Miriam Borgonovo (ITA) KIMONO IN BLOOM Elaborate straps, V-necks, inlays of flowers and combinations of different materials: a review with a modern twist to the classic head Japanese kimono. Usually in the form of T, the classic dress, retains some straight lines, others broken by new elements. Lengths, generally show up to your ankles in the innovative cuts. Remains the typical narrow band under the bust, called "Obi". Predominant in this collection are a variety of [...]
This drawing has been designed only after 10 months by our fashion student : Emanuele Maia (ITA) Staining technique = Pantone + Pastel Theme: The Denim Collection inspired by the denim in all its forms, it’s a very old fabric which over the years has "been able to transform." Today the denim has no barriers and has been used for fashion garments of all kinds instead originally it was used as a fabric for jeans to work. di moda di ogni genere.