Thursday, September 17 at Florence took the Vogue Fashion Night Out. The event which has been called the white night of fashion, will be repeated today September 22 in Milan.
It was possible to buy fashion pieces in shops of the old town, Piazza della Signoria, Piazza del Duomo and Ponte Vecchio. Pieces were exhibited by Braccialini‘s and Ermanno Scervino‘s designers.
The program started with a cocktail in Palazzo Vecchio and saw the participation of Mayor Dario Nardella and Director of Vogue Italy, Franca Sozzani. After the official presentation in Piazza della Signoria, the route concerned the jewellers of the Ponte Vecchio where original creations were shown on vintage t-shirts and end at the meeting point in Piazza della Repubblica.
During the Vogue Fashion Night many historical shops have opened their boutique spaces able to whet even the visitors sense of taste.
Luisa Spagnoli has proposed various samples of Perugina Chocolate, Pampaloni silverware served an unusual vegetable in silver bowls. Patrizia Pepe and Liu Jo instead proposed, necklaces, handbags and clutch bags with gold ornaments and t-shirts into unique pieces.
The LABA in Florence has been actively involved with the Stylish Paper in via del Corso inside Fabriano Shop. A project born from the collaboration between Fedrigoni and the departments of Graphic Design and Fashion Design.
For the occasion will be tested the expressive qualities of Savile Row, special edition for Fabriano Boutique, in New Colors and Brown, Aubergine with paper models designed by students of Fashion.
Stylish Paper is a project of the LABA curated by:
Laura Menichelli (dip. of Fashion Design LABA Firenze) Marco Paoli (dip. of Graphic Design LABA Firenze)
Modellistica: Andreia Cruz (dip. of Fashion Design LABA Firenze)
Allievi: Sara Agrippi, Letizia Ancilotti, Lucrezia Bolignari, Raissa Borghi, Elena Coco, Glenda Greggio, Angela Lisi, Margherita Marzocchini, Alessia Pasquini, Matteo Stellini, Ylenia Toccafondi, Francesca Vannucci, Stefano Vasile, Giulia Zanobetti.
Supervisione: Stefano Sardelli (Fedrigoni)
Fotografie: Giuseppe Summa (Photography dep. LABA Firenze)