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NABA and McArthurGlen Group initiative culminates in presenting two Capsule collections, realised by NABA Fashion Design Area students di NABA, available in the pop up stores created by the Academy’s students for Serravalle and Castel Romano designer Outlets, from December 6th to 19th.

The two Capsule collections, each composed by 10 total looks, were created using the clothes donated by customers for the “Recycle Your Fashion” project, by the students of its MA in Fashion and Textile Design of NABA campus in Milan Arda Paris Akay, Federica Barone, Rebecca Bertolasi, Giulia Brizzolari, Silvia Cannarella, Giulia Ciola, Carlotta Civolani, Damla Guden, Claudia Maria Ialacci, Yufan Jiang, Yuling Jiang, Maria Llinares Torregrosa, Claudia Montuori, Julia Cristina Salvarani Diez, Yaqian Zhao; and by the students of its Rome campus MA in Fashion Design Ludovica Berardi, Diana Borea, Sara Cotino, Daniela Di Pastena, Attilio Grecola, Jiang Qian, Dylan Lemos, Marianna Losardo, Gabriele Nestonni. Both the Capsule collections were realised with the coordination of NABA lecturer Alessandro Manzi, of Luca Belotti, Course Leader of the MAs of Fashion Design Area, of Fashion designers Alice Curti, Alberto Petillo and Riccardo Scaburri of Lessico Familiare for the students of Milan campus, and of Diego Manfreda, Course Advisor Leader of the BA in Fashion Design for Rome campus.

The collections were developed with an experimental and design-oriented, towards prêt-à-porter language that also keeps in mind its emotional and intuitive part, focusing on the curatorial and performance aspects. The limited editions realised for McArthurGlen by NABA young talents aims at going beyond the concept of gender and seasonality. Comfortable garments, with season less neutral tones, to give life to a mix of lines for those who do not give up their status, always keeping an eye on future trends.

On the occasion, two pop up stores were also developed: “The Sustainable Box” took life in Castel Romano, created by Margherita Data, Bianca Del Biondi, Maria Crociata, Mirko Basile and Mimma Pezzo, students of Fashion Styling and Communication specialisation of the BA in Fashion Design of NABA campus in Milan. “The Sustainable Box” aims at designing a place for individuals to get in touch with upcycling, interacting directly with everyday objects and elements.

In Castelromano designer Outlet “People Forget You’re Alive” by Roberta Cuomo, Ludovica Del Verme and Irene Loreti, students of the BA in Fashion Design in Rome campus, Fashion Styling and Communication specialisation, was presented. The pop up store was created to raise awareness on the variety of phases for the realization of garments through texts and images, emphasising its intrinsic value. Within these spaces, through an immersive and visual language, students told the story of the creative path behind the creation of a fashion collection, with the coordination of NABA lecturer Paolo Bazzani, Luca Belotti, Course Leader of the MAs of Fashion Design Area, and Michele Corradini, Course Leader of the BA in Fashion Design.

Design and experimentation met in the work conceived and developed together with McArthurGlen. The students of the Academy's Fashion Design Area with "Recycle Your Fashion" were able to create these Capsule collections, deepening the theme of upcycling and taking the opportunity to give old clothes and accessories a new life. This innovative initiative was developed with the aim of communicating these values, fundamental for both NABA and McArthurGlen and important today more than ever.

Discover more onto McArthurGlen Serravalle and Castel Romano’s designer Outlets websites.

 

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