They say you can easily recognize an Italian among hundreds of people just taking a glance at what he/she is wearing. Most Italians, indeed, have a special and innate taste for clothes and are able to choose the most suitable ones in every occasion: as a matter of fact, you’re very unlikely to see an Italian woman going out for dinner in joggers and sneakers!
We are not saying that Italian people wake up in the morning and wear super elegant clothes, jewellery and elaborate make up even if they just have to bring the children to school or to buy milk! But even when they wear comfortable clothes or a simple pair of jeans and a t-shirt, they usually match.
Maybe that’s why Italy has one of the most important fashion industry in the world: Italian stylists are among the most appreciated everywhere due to the constant innovation they can take to the world of fashion.
That innovation is made by experimentation with patterns, fabrics, styles, colours: Italian stylists know how to mix and match different elements to obtain new amazing combinations that usually are born on the runways of luxury brands and later inspire the collections of more affordable clothes stores.
But what makes Italian fashion so attractive and competitive, beyond the undeniable skills of its designers? They keyword is quality, the one they put in every single stage of the creative process that brings to a cloth. From the original design to the selection of the right piece of fabric, from an excellent work of seam made by professionals with lots of experience to the right way to present the clothes to the audience.
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When we talk about experimentation in fashion, one name immediately comes to mind: Roberto Cavalli, the man who transferred his artistic background to his creations.Born in Florence in 1940, Roberto Cavalli has always been influenced by art: his grandfather, indeed, was Giuseppe Rossi, an Italian impressionist painter who was a
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Everybody knows that Italian fashion has no equals in the world and that Italian designers are the most appreciated everywhere. But how did we become aware of that? When was the idea of Italian fashion born?To discover it we have to go back to February 12th 1951, when Count Giovan
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