Giambattista Valli explored the industrial theme through the Sixties lens and a touch of Japanese vibe in the details – he was fascinated by Japan’s postwar Metabolist movement, which balanced industrial and artisanal design. He imagined for his RTW 2015 collection a woman working in the art world, traveling all the time, with a hypnotherapist in every city she could call on. Super cool!
MAC announced another five stars collaboration for Summer 2015, together with designer, Giambattista Valli. “I’m very well known for dresses, no? And I thought it was very nice, the idea of dressing your lips,” Valli told Vogue.com. “For a creative person, collaborating can be frustrating because you feel that you’re limited or stuck within someone else’s ideas, but with MAC it was 100 per cent freedom and 100 per cent support just to make my idea become a reality, to pull out […]
“To make clothes with dreams behind them is what couture is about. But, for me, it is about moments with these real women. These incredible women are part of my story – inspiring me, encouraging me, listening to me – they are the people who experiment with me; who wear my clothes. They are part of the process.” Giambattista says. His book, published by Rizzoli, holds together nearly 400 pages even if he started his signature label only in 2005 […]
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