AFOL Moda participates in Fashion Graduate Italia 2021 with the collections of 8 students dedicated to women, underwear, children and girls. The garments were made entirely by the students of the courses of Advanced Tailoring -Atelier, Basic Clothing Patternmaking and Advanced Clothing Patternmaking.
Me and I / Camilla Fucilli and Beatrice dalla Rosa
When you are still a rebellious child, nothing is more exciting than mimicking the adults world. This is how the original style of this collection was born, stealing ideas from mom and dad’s wardrobe and mixing them in an original and personal way. The overlapping of fabrics and jacquard combinations make the looks unique. The gyotaku prints with the fish marks make everything dirty: a fetish and a symbol of freedom because it is “out of water”.
An Adult World/Claudia Traja
The collection represents an adult world in which today’s children have to grow up and deal with.
Different architectures inspire the minimal style, the geometric lines and volumes.
The choice of recycled fabrics and recovered from waste represents one of the most important phases of research for the creation of the collection.
MON ETRE / Elisa Thiam
The collection “Mon etre” begins with introspection and the research for one’s own nature.
It tells about a generous femininity, where primitive and sophisticated shapes evoke their origins and give shape to a warrior soul, but also fickle and delicate as the untamable plisse of the small tops.
INSTABLE / Clarissa Balossi
‘Instabile’ is an emotional rhapsody, a web of continuous mood swings that go to opposite extremes. The resulting confusion is enhanced by absinthe, which dyes with its unmistakable color the candor of the underwear collection, whose perfect structure, always in precarious balance, allows only an unbalanced and distorted image of itself.
4 BODY / Daniele Cavallo
The body and the awareness of itself and its infinite facets are the key point of the research: the ideal place to express itself without fear of its emotions.
The dynamism of the body is told through embroidery and it contrasts with the structured lines of the garments. An urban, self-centered collection that loves to make different styles coexist.
“OLTRE” / Tony Zumbo
The collection wants to tell an inner journey that starts from the liberation from the constraints imposed, from the explosion of the deepest ego, often overwhelmed by anxieties similar to boulders.
“OLTRE” is a sharp shout that represents freedom, liberation and rebirth.
SEIJAKU / Luigi Minò
The graphic signs painted on the naked bodies of African tribes and the rigor of Japanese kimonos come together in this capsule with its clever binds and its couture touch. But the body is the real protagonist, which claims its own uniqueness through unveiled nudity