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NABA takes part to the February 2021 edition of Rome Fashion Week organized by Altaroma, one of the most important events of Italian fashion, with the documentary “Fashion Poetry”, by Film director Silvia Morani, dedicated to the workshop with Olivier Saillard, fashion historian and art curator, that involved the students of the BA in Fashion Design in NABA campus in Rome, with the participation of model and performer Axelle Doué

The preview of the documentary will be streamed on February 3rd at 3 pm on the digital platform digitalrunway.altaroma.it created by Altaroma to encourage the public’s participation and virtual interaction.

The documentary is a storytelling of the workshop and the performance that took place from November 29th to December 1st within the Academy’s Rome campus. A unique didactic path that led the students through the discovery of the process of poetic remodelling to give a new existence to a forgotten dress in a wardrobe, focusing on the value of a “poetic fashion” in the interpretation of Saillard.

The theme of the reintroduction of poetry in clothing, which the students had the opportunity to explore during the workshop, is in fact at the center of the work of Olivier Saillard, Director of the Fondation Azzedie Alaia and initiateur of "Moda povera ".

Credits:

Olivier Saillard, Fashion historian and curator
Axelle Doué, Model and performer
Gaël Mamine, Artistic collaborator
Aymar Crosnier, StudiOlivierSaillard manager
Colomba Leddi, NABA Fashion Design Area Leader
Students of NABA BA in Fashion Design: Ludovica Berardi, Diana Borea, Chiara Campus, Erika Cespa, Micol Caroselli, Luca Colarossi, Sara Cotino, Roberta Cuomo, Simona De Michele, Daniela Di Pastena, Veronica Drago, Attilio Grecola, Beatrice Grisanti, Arianna Ida, Dylan Lemos, Marianna Losardo, Matilde Manca, Barbara Mara, Carla Mariani, Alessandro Meli, Gabriele Nestonni, Altea Patrizi, Chiara Petrilli, Martina Riccardelli, Simon Dante Russomanto, Flavius Tanasa, Ilenia Zambotto

Silvia Morani, Film direction and editing
Andrea Boccalini, Cinematography
Alessandra Salvatori, Location sound mixer
Diego Manfreda X Giulio Scarnecchia, Music
Alessandro Bernardi, Color grading
Fabrizio Bacherini, Sound mix
Director’s assistants and students of the BA in Media Design and Multimedia Arts: Edoardo Cipriani, Giulia Minella, Alice Pievaroli
A special thanks to Stefano Poletti for his collaboration

Follow the preview of “Fashion poetry“ on February 3rd at 3 pm on digitalrunway.altaroma.it