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On February 23rd at 6 pm Colomba Leddi, NABA Fashion Design Area Leader, along with costume designer Gianluca Sbicca, will take part in “La fabbrica del consenso #3 / Fashion Design”. The talk is the third of the collateral events dedicated by Piccolo Teatro di Milano to the theatrical version of the historical novel "M Il figlio del secolo" by Antonio Scurati (on stage until February 26th at the Piccolo Teatro Strehler) and realised in collaboration with NABA.

A conversation revolving around fashion design, one of the ways the fascist regime carries on "the factory of consensus", a consensus that is reached not only through the word rhetoric, but also by working on the public opinion, leveraging the imagination, combining aesthetics and collective identity. 

The talk, available on the social media channel and the website of Piccolo teatro di Milano, will conclude the three events, dedicated to different themes: sport, radio and advertising and fashion design, conceived as a reflection on the birth of the fascist imagery with the help of scholars and experts.