Post-apocalyptic scenarios and collections designed to deal with an uncertain future, NABA students spread their vision on the Milano Moda Graduate runway once again. The contest is dedicated to the excellence of Italian fashion schools; it took place at the ADI Museum on September 20. Among the finalists were two projects born in the Academy by Fashion Design Area students Andrea Capobianco and Carlotta Civolani.
The made in NABA outfits at Milano Moda Graduate
Andrea Capobianco - BA in Fashion Design student - was one of the contest finalists. His collection "Che disastro – non c’è più tempo" participated in the Fashion Design category, bringing his critical message to the catwalk. The project was born in 2020, inspired by the global pandemic and climate crisis. Much more frequent than ever, calamities impose to think about the reality we live in. Thanks to five punk and urban looks, "Che disastro – non c’è più tempo" grasps what human beings have done to the planet and provides the aesthetic attitude of the urgency for change.
MA in Fashion Design student, Carlotta Civolani, took part in the YKK category dedicated to looks focusing on zippers and fastening accessories thanks to "SKID-U". Her project is designed to "protect" people from both urban and natural environments. A single, modular piece becomes the uniform to face contexts we are not familiar with. Changing according to needs, "SKID-U" stands between sportswear, streetwear and haute couture. From the colour palette to the materials and zip system, every detail is there to shelter and offer the best comfort, even in extreme conditions.