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God save Zita” is the event which was recently held in Rome to celebrate the 51st anniversary of the renowned concept store of Zita Fabiani. A joyful atmosphere was enriched by the olfactive suggestions by the bright alchemist and aromatorius Meo Fusciuni – telling about his journeys, experiences and memories through the parfume – where he presented the new scent, “Narcotico”, a hypnotic scent , giving rise to the Mystic cycle(. It’s all about a backwards journey to deal with the future, a song of the everyday life’s holiness is what the perfume embodies. Strong emotions, arising with a silent and deep dialogue with the inner self, emphasized by the notes of incense, benjamin along with the tonka sweetening the olfactive pyramid, including a smashing play of contrast made of patchouli and agar wood, vanilla and musk). Genuineness and healthy ideas on the move, the ones by Ilaria Venturini Fendi, pioneer fashion designer and social activist, creator of brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture Carmina Campus, promoting the culture of re-use, also featured in the event. Here it was presented the “Pictogram bags”, bags inspired by the pictogram designs (made of beverage can bottoms, leather sample swatches and leather leftovers, scraps of PVC, nylon fabrics or other waterproof materials) along with the “Space waste bags” (made of black rubbish bag, flawed technical materials or job lots, the base of aluminum cans, leather leftovers or leather sample swatches) by the brand. It was a nice interlude under the sign of lightness, fun and spontaneity which gave the chance to customers and enthusiasts to know and talk directly with the creators about the products they made, making closer two realms that are usually far away: the creativity and the consumption.

“GOD SAVE ZITA”: MEO FUSCIUNI & CARMINA CAMPUS FESTEGGIANO IL CONCEPT STORE DI ROMA ZITA FABIANI

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God save Zita” è l’ evento che si è recentemente tenuto a Roma  per festeggiare il 51° anniversario del rinomato concept store di Zita Fabiani. Una gioiosa atmosfera, arricchita dalle suggestioni olfattive del brillante alchimista e aromatario Meo Fusciuni – che parla di viaggi, esperienze e ricordi attraverso –  durante la quale ha presentato la nuova fragranza, “Narcotico”, un profumo ipnotico che dà vita al Ciclo della Mistica(. È un viaggio a ritroso per affrontare il futuro, un canto della sacralità del quotidiano. Forti emozioni che nascono da un dialogo silente e profondo con l’ interiorità, enfatizzato da note di incenso, benzoino unitamente alla fava tonka che addolcisce la piramide olfattiva, comprensiva di un formidabile gioco di contrasti fatto di patchouli and agarwood, vaniglia e muschio). Genuinità e salubri idee in movimento, quelle di Ilaria Venturini Fendi, pionieristica fashion designer e attivista del sociale, creatrice del brand di accessori, gioielli e componenti di arredo Carmina Campus che promuove la cultura del riuso è stata anche lei protagonista dell’ evento. Ivi è sono state presentate le “Pictogram bags”, borse che si ispirano alla grafica dei pittogrammi( realizzate con fondi di lattina, cartelle colori, ritagli di pelle, scarti di pvc, nylon o altri materiali waterproof) insieme alle “Space waste bags” (create con sacchi neri della spazzatura, tecno materiali difettati o fondi di magazzino, la base delle lattine di alluminio, ritagli di pelle e pelle recuperata da cartelle colori) del marchio. Un simpatico interludio all’ insegna di leggerezza, divertimento e spontaneità che ha offerto la possibilità ai clienti e agli entusiasti di conoscere e parlare direttamente con i creatori dei loro prodotti, avvicinando due ambiti che solitamente sono lontani: la creatività ed il consumo.

Meo Fusciuni along with the scents he made

Meo Fusciuni along with the scents he made

Meo Fusciuni

Meo Fusciuni

Meo Fusciuni

Meo Fusciuni

Carmina Campus

Carmina Campus, “Space waste bags”

Carmina Campus

Carmina Campus, “Pictogram bags”

Carmina Campus, "Pictograms bags"

Carmina Campus, “Pictograms bags”

Carmina Campus

Carmina Campus, “Space Waste bags”

www.zitafabiani.it

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

It was recently held at Penelope, the renowned Brescia cathedral of conceptual fashion of the one and only Roberta Valentini, a Christmas party, successful event to wish each other a happy Christmas wishes. It was celebrated the new entry, the brand Marques Almeida, as well as the heart-shaped jewelry by See me – embodying a vibrant message: a chain of love to stop the chain of violence against women. Each creation is handcrafted in Tunisia by women trained as artisans, coming for the shelter home run by the Amal Association – and a cornerstone of boutique, the brand of bags and accessories Carmina Campus promoting the culture of re-use , created by the bright fashion designer and social activist Ilaria Venturini Fendi who attended at the event. A smashing chance to enjoy signs and visions of contemporary fashion where ethics joins to aesthetic, giving rise to a new way to make fashion.

IL PARTY NATALIZIO DI PENELOPE A BRESCIA

The bags by Carmina Campus ft. in Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

The bags by Carmina Campus ft. in Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Si è recentemente tenuto da Penelope, la rinomata cattedrale di moda concettuale di Brescia della sola e unica Roberta Valentini, un party natalizio, felice evento per scambiarsi gli auguri di Natale. Si è anche festeggiata la new entry, il brand Marques Almeida, come anche i gioielli a forma di cuore di See me – che racchiudono in sé un vibrante messaggio: una catena dell’ amore per fermare la catena di violenza contro le donne. Ogni creazione è realizzata a mano in Tunisia dalle donne avviate al lavoro di artigiano, provenienti dalla casa-rifugio gestita dall’ Associazione Amal –  e un caposaldo della boutique, il marchio di borse e accessori Carmina Campus che promuove la cultura del riuso, creato dalla brillante fashion designer e attivista del sociale Ilaria Venturini Fendi che ha presenziato all’ evento. Una formidabile occasione  per apprezzare segni e visioni di moda contemporanea in cui l’ etica si unisce all’ estetica, dando vita a un nuovo modo di fare moda.

The one and only Roberta Valentini along with Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

The one and only Roberta Valentini along with Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

 

The one and only Roberta Valentini at Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

The one and only Roberta Valentini at Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

 

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

 

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

 

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

Penelope, photo by Alessandro Boccingher

 

The heart-shaped jewelry by See me

The heart-shaped jewelry by See me

 

The heart-shaped jewelry by See me

The heart-shaped jewelry by See me

 

 

www.penelope-store.it

Contemporary art, avant-garde  and non-conventional aesthetics dialogue. It’ s a synthesis of elements and combinations, creativity and contemporary time meeting fashion. An open tale, told by “Shit and Die”, exhibition project by One Torino, produced by Artissima and organized by Maurizio Cattelan, Myriam Ben Salah and Marta Papini which is held in the Turin Palazzo Cavour from  6th November 2014 to 11th January 2015, enriching of a smashing showcase of fashion, featuring Carmina Campus, brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture created by  the pioneer fashion designer and social activist Ilaria Venturini Fendi. The bookshop – temporary space managed by OOLP Bookshop – of exhibition, will showcase a selection of bags, accessories and jewelry by the brand resulting from the re-use of materials and embodying a new luxury under the sign of refinement and sustainability. A not to be missed event to enjoy contemporary art and fashion.

ARTE & MODA: “SHIT & DIE”  E  CARMINA CAMPUS AL PALAZZO CAVOUR DI TORINO

L’ arte contemporanea, l’ avanguardia e un’ estetica non convenzionale dialogano. Una sintesi di elementi e combinazioni, creatività e contemporaneità che incontrano la moda. Un racconto aperto, narrato da “Shit and Die”, progetto espositivo di One Torino, prodotto da Artissima ed organizzato da Maurizio Cattelan, Myriam Ben Salah e Marta Papini che si tiene presso il Palazzo Cavour di Torino dal 6 novembre 2014 all’ 11 gennaio 2015 che si arricchisce di una formidabile selezione di moda di cui è protagonista Carmina Campus, brand di accessori, gioielli e componenti d’ arredo creato dalla pionieristica fashion designer e attivista del sociale Ilaria Venturini Fendi. La libreria – spazio temporaneo gestito dalla Libreria OOLP – della mostra ospiterà una selezione di borse, accessori e gioielli del marchio che sono il risultato del riuso di materiali e racchiudono in sé un nuovo lusso all’ insegna di raffinatezza e sostenibilità. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare l’ arte contemporanea e la moda.

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

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Carmina Campus, condom holder ft. in “Shit and die”

Carmina Campus, Pan bracelet ft. in "Shit & Die"

Carmina Campus, Pan bracelet ft. in “Shit & Die”

Carmina Campus, Soft drink bracelet, ft. in "Shit & Die"

Carmina Campus, Soft drink bracelet, ft. in “Shit & Die”

Carmina Campus, Space Waste brooch ft. in "Shit & Die"

Carmina Campus, Space Waste brooch ft. in “Shit & Die”

Carmina Campus, One way pictogram shopping bag ft. in "Shit & Die"

Carmina Campus, One way pictogram shopping bag ft. in “Shit & Die”

Carmina Campus, Respect life bag ft. in "Shit & Die"

Carmina Campus, Respect life bag ft. in “Shit & Die”

www.carminacampus.com

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

“Nothing is created, nothing is destroyed, everything transforms”. The principle of conservation of matter by Antoine Lavoisier becomes a successful metaphor to talk about Carmina Campus and the creative alchemies featuring in the Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Plastic, recycled paper, leather scraps and color samples join, transform, becoming little, big masterpieces of design. Waste becomes fashion. That is the result arising from the creative flair Ilaria Venturini Fendi, bright fashion designer, farming businesswoman and social activist, made concrete by Carmina Campus, brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture she created, promoting the culture of re-use. It’s a new luxury, made of craftsmanship, irony and consciousness. Bags, clutch bags, wallets, mobile phone-cases – condom cases, laudable initiative being part of a campaign to prevent HIV – Ipad cases, jewelry talking about a conscious lifestyle and a healthy ethic. The beautiful and good, the kalokagathia, a political and poetic idea starts to be part of everyday life through fashion and fashion product which is the medium. Refined lines, fun combination of colors and materials under the sign of lightness, comfort and elegance give rise to genuine passé-partout.

ARTIGIANALITÀ, IRONIA E CONSAPEVOLEZZA: IL NUOVO LUSSO DI CARMINA CAMPUS

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

“Nulla si crea, nulla si distrugge, ma tutto si trasforma”. Il principio di conservazione della materia di Antoine Lavoisier diviene una felice metafora per parlare di Carmina Campus e delle alchimie creative della collezione primavera/estate 2015. Plastica, carta riciclata, cascami di pelle e palette colori si uniscono e si trasformano,diventando piccoli, grandi capolavori di design. Lo scarto diventa moda. Questo il risultato dell’ estro creativo di Ilaria Venturini Fendi, brillante fashion designer, imprenditrice agricola e attivista del sociale, concretizzato da Carmina Campus, brand di accessori, gioielli e componenti d’ arredo da lei creato che promuove la cultura del riuso. Un nuovo lusso, fatto di artigianalità, ironia e consapevolezza. Borse, clutch, portafogli, porta-telefonini – porta preservativi, lodevole iniziativa che fa parte di una campagna per la prevenzione dell’ HIV – porta-Ipad, gioielli che parlano di uno stile di vita consapevole e di un’ etica salubre. Il bello e il buono, la kalokagathia, un pensiero politico e poetico entra a far parte della quotidianità mediante la moda e il prodotto moda che ne diventa il medium. Linee raffinate, divertenti combinazioni di colori e materiali all’ insegna di leggerezza, comfort ed eleganza danno vita ad autentici passé-partout.

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

The fashion blogger Vincent Law wearing a Carmina Campus bag, photo by N

The fashion blogger Vincent Law wearing a Carmina Campus bag, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

Carmina Campus Spring/Summer 2015, photo by N

 

Me, myself & I wearing the collar by Carmina Campus, photo by N

Me, myself & I wearing the collar by Carmina Campus, photo by N

 

 

 

www.carminacampus.com

Ilaria Venturini Fendi talking about the event before its start, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi talking about the event before its start, photo by N

It was held yesterday in the Rome countryside, at La Storta, in the Casali del Pino, “Seminare il futuro”(meaning “Sowing the future”), a smashing initiative launched by the chain of organic supermarkets Naturasì and hosted by the organic farm by the fashion designer and social activist Ilaria Venturini Fendi. A return to nature, its rhythm, a gesture talking about humanity, sharing and connecting again the man to the earth: to sow the seeds, the seeds of grain. This event, come to its third edition, was held simultaneously held in many farms inside out Italy. Many people, families and children attended at at “Seminare il futuro” and started to sow at 11:00 am. It was the first time I attended at this event and it was a beautiful experience, framed by a sunny day, I enjoyed very much. Me along with many people – after having a delicious breakfast made of organic products which also featured the delicious bread made exclusively for the event by the Casali del Pino along with other organic products given by Naturasì – started to sow the wheat seeds, a special type of wheat, the “Claudio” wheat, existing since the age of ancient Roman emperor Claudio. A special emotion was embodied in this gesture – to bring the seeds and spread them on the ground -, representing the idea of sharing, giving something of ourselves to the ground, the place hosting us. A precious consciousness, connected to humanity, the respect and love for environment. Those are the values successfully made concrete by the nice people who featured in the event who enthusiastically joined and spent one day under the sign of nature. Silence, interrupted by voices of children, the bleats of sheep, light swish of trees and enriched by Epicurean interludes (including a selection of organic cheeses made by using vegetal rennet and cold cuts by the Casali del Pino).

“SEMINARE IL FUTURO”: LA CULTURA DELLA NATURA COME STILE DI VITA

Me, myself and I ready to sow, photo by N

Me, myself and I ready to sow, photo by N

Si è tenuta ieri presso la campagna romana, a La Storta, ai Casali del Pino, “Seminare il futuro”, una formidabile iniziativa lanciata dalla catena di supermercati biologici Naturasì e ospitata dall’ azienda agricola biologica della fashion designer e attivista del sociale social Ilaria Venturini Fendi. Un ritorno alla natura, al suo ritmo, a un gesto che parla di umanità, condivisione e ricollega l’ uomo alla terra: piantare i semi, i semi del grano. L’ evento, giunto alla sua terza edizione, si è tenuto simultaneamente in molteplici aziende agricole dentro e fuori dall’ Italia. Molta gente, famiglie e bambini hanno partecipato a “Seminare il futuro” hanno iniziato a seminare alle ore 11:00. Era la prima volta che partecipavo a questo evento, una bella esperienza, incorniciata da una giornata di sole che ho apprezzato molto. Io e molte persone – dopo una deliziosa colazione fatta di prodotti biologici di cui è stato protagonista anche un delizioso pane preparato esclusivamente per l’ evento dai Casali del Pino unitamente ad altri prodotti offerti da Naturasì – abbiamo cominciato a piantare i semi di grano, una varietà speciale di grano, il grano Claudio” che esiste sin dall’ epoca dell’ imperatore Claudio dell’ antica Roma. Una particolare emozione era racchiusa in questo gesto – prendere i semi e spargerli nel terreno – che rappresenta l’ idea della condivisione, del dare qualcosa di noi alla terra, il luogo che ci ospita. Una preziosa consapevolezza, legata all’ umanità, al rispetto e all’ amore per l’ ambiente. Questi i valori felicemente concretizzati dalle simpatiche persone protagoniste dell’ evento che hanno aderito ad esso con entusiasmo e hanno trascorso una giornata all’ insegna della natura. Silenzio, interrotto dalle voci di grandi e piccini, dai belati delle pecore, dal lieve fruscio degli alberi e arricchito da interludi epicurei(comprensivi di una selezione di formaggi biologici realizzati avvalendosi di caglio vegetale e salumi dei Casali del Pino).

Mother and daughter: Anna Venturini Fendi and Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Mother and daughter: Anna Venturini Fendi and Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez going to sow, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

People going to sow, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends going to sow, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends going to sow, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends sowing, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi along with friends sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

People sowing, photo by N

The walk of a pioneer: Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

The walk of a pioneer: Ilaria Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and the people sowing, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and the people sowing, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez ready to sow, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez ready to sow, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the grain to the people, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the grain to the people, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the wheat seeds to the people, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini giving the wheat seeds to the people, photo by N

A selfi(esh) afternoon moment ft me, myself & I and Roberto Palagetti, photo by N

A selfi(esh) afternoon moment ft me, myself & I and Roberto Palagetti, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, myself and I, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, myself and I, photo by N

Me, myself & I  along with the people sowing, photo by Enea Roveda

Me, myself & I along with the people sowing, photo by Enea Roveda

Seminare il futuro at the Casali del Pino, photo by N

Seminare il futuro at the Casali del Pino, photo by N

www.seminareilfuturo.it

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

The bright fashion designer Ilaria Venturini Fendi (of brand Carmina Campus) as ambassador of NPS Italia Onlus created “Ovunque proteggimi” (“Protect me everywhere”), a condom wallet -embodying the culture of re-use as it has made which the leather samples being part of the colors folder – and a bit of irony, as this categorical imperative reminds the invocation to the saints which was into the cars during the Sixties. This catchy and useful accessory, being is part of campaign “Stiamo sicuri”( Let’s be safe”) launched to NPS Italia Onlus to prevent HIV, made in collaboration with All (association for the human rights protection created by Rosaria Iardino, being also Honorary President of NPS Italia Onlusand Adelaide Corbetta) along with the association Donne in rete, is available at the Rome boutique RE(f)USE in Via della Fontanella Borghese 40, at the celebrated Rome boutique Degli Effetti in Piazza Capranica 93, at Penelope, the Brescia cathedral of the conceptual fashion by the one and only Roberta Valentini and at the renowned Milan concept store 10 Corso Como. A nice fetish to live consciously its own life, protecting its own health.

 

SALUTE, MODA & IRONIA: IL PORTA-PRESERVATIVO DI ILARIA VENTURINI FENDI

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

La brillante fashion designer Ilaria Venturini Fendi (del brand Carmina Campus) nelle vesti di ambasciatrice dell’ Onlus NPS Italia Onlus ha creato “Ovunque proteggimi”, un porta-preservativo che racchiude in sé la cultura del riuso – in quanto è stato realizzato avvalendosi dei campioni di pelle presenti nella cartella colori – e un pizzico di ironia, poiché questo imperativo categorico ricorda l’ invocazione ai santi che si trovava all’ interno delle automobili negli anni Sessanta. Questo accattivante e utile accessorio, chef a parte della campagna “Stiamo sicuri” lanciata dall’ Onlus NPS Italia per prevenire l’ HIV, realizzata in collaborazione con All (associazione per la protezione dei diritti umani creata da Rosaria Iardino, che è anche il Presidente Onorario dell’ Onlus NPS Italia ed Adelaide Corbetta) insieme all’ associazione Donne in rete, è disponibile presso la boutique di Roma RE(f)USE in Via della Fontanella Borghese 40, nella celebre boutique di  Roma Degli Effetti in Piazza Capranica 93, da Penelope, la cattedrale di Brescia della moda concettuale della sola e unica Roberta Valentini  e nel rinomato concept store di Milano 10 Corso Como. Un simpatico feticcio da avere per vivere  consapevolmente la propria vita, proteggendo la propria salute.

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

 

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

The condom wallet by Ilaria Venturini Fendi

 

 

www.carminacampus.com  

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Origin, Passion and Belief -the new concept of fashion tradeshow event, focused on accessories and jewelry, hosting also renowned companies producing and distributing fashion and lifestyle products, ideated by Fiera di Vicenza and Not Just a Label (NJAL) - has recently opened in Vicenza. It’s a promising new experience of making joining the creatives to the fashion companies as well as installations talking about healthy ethics, as “Space waste”, installation curated by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio, featuring Carmina Campus – brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi - embodying the culture of re-use and sustainability, a value successfully made concrete by the brand along with other ones celebrating the design as “Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè“, which showcases the work by Gianfranco Ferrè and was also curated  by Maria Luisa Frisa. Elegance shines as lifestyle, a bright alchemy made of experimentation and refinement. That is the sign by Arnoldo Battois, brand of accessories created by Silvano Arnoldo and Massimiliano Battois: high-end materials and sophisticated design, catchy shapes under the sign of a timeless elegance and a fine craftsmanship give rise to a new idea of luxury. An interesting display of creatives, some are more nice other are fun like the creations by Harem and the ethno-chic garments and accessories by ART/C along with other brands, I will tell you about much more soon.

ORIGIN(1): MODA CONTEMPORANEA & CULTURA ALL’ EVENTO FIERISTICO DI MODA DI  VICENZA

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Origin, Passion and Belief – il nuovo concetto di evento fieristico di moda incentrato sugli accessori e i gioielli che ospita anche rinomate aziende che producono e distribuiscono prodotti di moda e di lifestyle ideata da Fiera di Vicenza e Not Just a Label (NJAL) - si è recentemente aperta a Vicenza. Una promettente nuova esperienza che unisce i creativi alle aziende di moda come anche le installazioni che parlano di una salubre etica, quale “Space waste”, installazione curata da Maria Luisa Frisa e Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio, di cui è protagonista Carmina Campus – brand di accessori, gioielli e componenti di arredo, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi - e racchiude in sé la cultura del riuso e della sostenibilità, valore felicemente concretizzato dal brand unitamente ad altre che celebrano il design come “Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè“,  che espone l’ opera di Gianfranco Ferrè ed è stata curata anch’ essa da Maria Luisa Frisa. Splende l’ eleganza come stile di vita, una brillante alchimia fatta di sperimentazione e raffinatezza. Questo è il segno di Arnoldo Battois, brand di accessori creato Silvano Arnoldo e Massimiliano Battois: materiali di alta qualità e un sofisticato design, accattivanti volumi all’ insegna di una eleganza senza tempo e fine artigianalità danno vita a una nuova idea di lusso. Una interessante esposizione di creativi, alcuni dei quali sono simpatici altri divertenti come le creazioni di Harem e gli abiti ed accessori di ART/C unitamente ad altri brand di cui presto vi dirò di più .

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Arnoldo Battois, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

The installation featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

Carmina Campus, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D' Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

The installation by Maria Luisa Frisa and Carlo Alberto D’ Emilio featuring Carmina Campus, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

“Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè”, installation featuring Gianfranco Ferrè jewelry curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

“Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè”, installation featuring Gianfranco Ferrè jewelry curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

“Corporeality il gioiello secondo Gianfranco Ferrè”, installation featuring Gianfranco Ferrè jewelry curated by Maria Luisa Frisa, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

Harem Royal, photo by Elisabetta Facco

 

 

Harem, photo by Paolo Franzo

Harem Royal, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

ART/C, photo by Paolo Franzo

 

 

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Some of the little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Some of the little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Floracult, the event celebrating the nature and its culture, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi and curated by Antonella Fornai, which was held in the Rome countryside, in La Storta, at I Casali del Pino, has been the successful chance to discover and enjoy flowers, plants, the little, big hosts of natural world, meet awesome companions of Epicurean interludes and share new flavors. Concerning the Epicurean side of my stay at Floracult, at I Casali del Pino – which is a smashing farming company, producing cheeses, cold cuts, pastries and other delights and is the place where is also the factory of Carmina Campus, brand of accessories, jewelry and furniture promoting the culture of re-use and sustainability, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi – I was pleased of discover and enjoy the wines and spirits selected by Anna Venturini Fendi about I will talk about much more soon. It has been a smashing, magic experience, an unforgettable edition of an event, successfully making concrete that healthy ethic I celebrate.

FLORACULT: TRE GIORNI ALL’ INSEGNA DI ARTE, PROFUMI, DELLA NATURA E DELLA SUA CULTURA (3)

My new friend, Lea bulimique, from the Scialanga family, photo by N

My new friend, Lea bulimique, from the Scialanga family, photo by N

 Floracult, l’ evento che celebra la natura e la sua cultura, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi e curato da Antonella Fornai, che si è tenuto nella campagna romana, a La Storta, presso I Casali del Pino, è stato la felice occasione per scoprire e apprezzare i piccoli, grandi ospiti del mondo della natura, conoscere fantastici compagni di interludi epicurei e condividere nuovi sapori. Riguardo alla dimensione epicurea della mia permanenza a Floracult, a I Casali del Pino – che è una formidabile azienda agricola che produce, formaggi, salumi, torte e altre delizie ed è anche il luogo in cui si trova la factory di Carmina Campus, brand, di accessori, gioielli e componenti di arredo che racchiude in sé la cultura del riuso e la sostenibilità, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi – mi ha fatto molto piacere scoprire e gustare i vini e i distillati selezionati da Anna Venturini Fendi dei quali parlerò presto più approfonditamente. È stata una formidabile, magica esperienza, un’ edizione indimenticabile di un evento che concretizza felicemente quella salubre etica che celebra.

Other little hosts, featuring in Floracult

Other little hosts, featuring in Floracult

 

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Other little hosts featuring in Floracult, photo by N

Waiting to turn into a butterfly, photo by N

Waiting to turn into a butterfly, photo by N

 

Spices on show at Floracult, photo by N

Spices on show at Floracult, photo by N

 

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

 

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

Spices at Floracult, photo by N

 

One of the delicious pastries by I Casali Del Pino, photo by N

One of the delicious pastries by I Casali Del Pino, photo by N

 

One of the delicious pastries from I Casali del Pino, photo by N

One of the delicious pastries from I Casali del Pino, photo by N

 

The place hosting the delights by I Casali del Pino, photo by N

The place hosting the delights by I Casali del Pino, photo by N

 

The red wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi

The red wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi, photo by N

 

 

 

Spina di pesca, one of the wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi, photo by N

Spina di pesca, one of the wines selected by Anna Venturini Fendi, photo by N

 

Anna Venturini Fendi, Paola Fendi, Emma Bonino, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Ilaria Venturini Fendi, Antonella Antonelli, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi, Paola Fendi, Emma Bonino, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Ilaria Venturini Fendi, Antonella Antonelli, photo by N

 

Antonella Antonelli and me, photo by N

Antonella Antonelli and me, photo by N

 

Roberto D' Agostino and Irene Ghergo, photo by N

Roberto D’ Agostino and Irene Ghergo, photo by N

 

Delfina Delettrez and me,  photo by N

Delfina Delettrez and me, photo by N

 

Umberto Pons and Giacomo Pons Fendi, photo by N

Umberto Pons and Giacomo Pons Fendi, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta, Federica Castellani and Pietro Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta, Federica Castellani and Pietro Scialanga, photo by N

 

Two friends are better than one: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Nicola Paccagnella, photo by N

Two friends are better than one: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Nicola Paccagnella, photo by N

 

Stephan Hamel and me, photo by N

Stephan Hamel and me, photo by N

 

Davide Orlandi Dormino and Clara Tosi Pamphili, photo by N

Davide Orlandi Dormino and Clara Tosi Pamphili, photo by N

 

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

 

Claudio Santamaria and his intense green shooping, photo by N

Claudio Santamaria and his intense green shooping, photo by N

 

My hair stylist at Floracult, Silvia Turbo and me, photo by N

My hair stylist at Floracult, Silvia Turbo and me, photo by N

 

Two rainbows are better than one at Floracult, photo by N

Two rainbows are better than one at Floracult, photo by N

 

 

www.floracult.com

A rose at Floracult, photo by N

A rose at Floracult, photo by N

The culture of nature along with suggestions concerning fashion and interior design featured in Floracult, event created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi and curated by Antonella Fornai which was recently held in the Rome countryside, in La Storta at I Casali del Pino as the talk featuring the photographer and journalist Luca Bracali who talked about the book he made “A rose is a rose”. The book documents on photos the experience of a celebrated family owning a nursery since four generations, the Barni family which created renowned roses as the ones dedicated to iconic personas like Mariangela Melato, Anna Venturini Fendi and many others.

Luca Bracali along with a photo he took, photo by N

Luca Bracali along with a photo he took, photo by N

 

 

Luca Bracali , photo by N

Luca Bracali , photo by N

 

Anna Venturini Fendi at the talk, showing me a necklace designer many years ago by Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi, photo by N

Anna Venturini Fendi at the talk, showing me a necklace designed many years ago by Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi, photo by N

That was not the only chance to know more about flowers and plants. In fact the expert Vanda Del Valli talked about the uses of herbs since long times ago, as the Euphorbia, used as remedy against sifilis, the betel berries and the leaves of coca as stimulants and the peyote from which it arises the mescaline, powerful hallucinogenic, evoking the psychedelic culture from Sixties and Seventies, Jim Morrison, his dangerous habits, “The doors of perceptions” and “Heaven and hell” by Aldous Huxley.

Vanda Del Valli, photo by N

Vanda Del Valli, photo by N

 

The Euphorbia

The Euphorbia

 

Peyote

Peyote

Culture as well as fashion suggestions, the creations by Dora Giannetti aka Elisabeth the first, made by joining antique, research cloths to contemporary shapes as well as other unique pieces she made that are under the sign of a timeless elegance. The nice Marina of Verdiana & Beniamina, brand bringing the name of her two daughters, presented a series of dresses and shirts embodying high-end materials, a fine lace and other fun patterns. The brand having its atelier in Milan, in Via Marco Polo 13 also makes works of customization, renewing and reinterpreting the clothes everyone has in its own wardrobe. A smashing series of accessories completed the fashion showcase. I saw again the jewelry designer Simona Rinciari of whose work combines natural elements as berries, the cinnamon sticks, the fava beans and dry leaves to metal and gems, giving rise to unusual creations that make concrete a bright craftsmanship. Jewelry and hats, head accessories hand-made by Patrizia Romiti.

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

 

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

 

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

 

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

Elisabeth the first, photo by N

Marina of Verdiana & Beniamina, photo by N

Marina of Verdiana & Beniamina, photo by N

 

Verdiana & Beniamina, photo by N

Verdiana & Beniamina, photo by N

 

Verdiana & Beniamina, photo by N

Verdiana & Beniamina, photo by N

 

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

 

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

 

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

 

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

 

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

Simona Rinciari, photo by N

 

Me wearing a hat by Patrizia Romiti

Me wearing a hat by Patrizia Romiti

 

Patrizia Romiti, photo by N

Patrizia Romiti, photo by N

 

Patrizia Romiti, photo by N

Patrizia Romiti, photo by N

The Friulane slippers by Allagiulia, brand created by Giulia Campeol, were showcased in the area of Dedé maison, the renowned Rome boutique, placed in Via dei Pianellari 21 of smashing Theodora Bugel, focused on the creation and sale of furniture and homewear, which exhibited a catchy selection of objects. It shined the alchemic lightness and charme of scents by Meo Fusciuni aka The cousin of Fabio Quaranta – special individual I was very pleased of meeting and with whom I shared moments of life and Epicurean interludes – who showcased at the School of re-inventors, curated by Clara Tosi Pamphili and Alessio De Navasques, the scents he made as “Notturno” and “Luce” and turned into herbalist who made some magic potions to take care of oneself. An overwhelming experience which has colored of magic, warmth, color, fun and relax.

FLORACULT: TRE GIORNI ALL’ INSEGNA DI ARTE, PROFUMI, DELLA NATURA E DELLA SUA CULTURA(2)

 

A rose by Barni, photo by N

A rose by Barni, photo by N

La cultura della natura unitamente alle suggestioni inerenti la moda e l’ interior design sono stati I protagonisti a Floracult, evento creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi e curato da Antonella Fornai che si è recentemente tenuto nella campagna romana, a La Storta presso I Casali del Pino come il talk con il fotografo e giornalista Luca Bracali che ha parlato del suo libro “A rose is a rose”. Il libro documenta su foto l’ esperienza di una celebre famiglia di vivaisti da quattro generazioni, la famiglia Barni che ha creato rinomate rose come quelle dedicate a iconici personaggi quali Mariangela Melato, Anna Venturini Fendi e molti altri.

A rose by Barni, photo by N

A rose by Barni, photo by N

 

Ilaria Venturini Fendi along with a man who was born and lived in the area of I Casali Del Pino, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi along with a man who was born and lived in the area of I Casali Del Pino, photo by N

Questa non è stata l’ unica occasione di conoscere meglio fiori e piante. L’ esperta Vanda Del Valli ha infatti parlato degli usi di erbe sin dai tempi più remoti, come l’ Euphorbia, usata come rimedio contro la sifilide, le bacche di betel e le foglie di coca come stimolanti e il peyote da cui deriva la mescaline, potente allucinogeno che evoca la cultura psichedelica degli anni Sessanta e Settanta, Jim Morrison, le sue rischiose abitudini, “Le porte della percezione” e “Paradiso e inferno” di Aldous Huxley.

Cultura come anche suggestioni moda, le creazioni di Dora Giannetti aka Elisabeth the first, da lei realizzate unendo tessuti antichi e di ricerca a forme contemporanee insieme ad altri suoi pezzi unici che sono all’ insegna di un’ eleganza senza tempo. La simpatica Marina di Verdiana & Beniamina, brand che prende il nome dalle sue due figlie, ha presentato una serie di abiti e camicie che racchiudono in sé, materiali di alta qualità, un raffinato pizzo e divertenti motivi. Il marchio, che ha il suo atelier a Milano in Via Marco Polo 13, realizza anche lavori di customizzazione, rinnovando e reinterpretando gli abiti del guardaroba. Ho rivisto la designer di gioielli Simona Rinciari il cui raffinato lavoro combina elementi naturali come le bacche, le stecche di cannella, le fave e le foglie secche al metallo e alle pietre preziose, dando vita a insolite creazioni che concretizzano una brillante artigianalità. Gioielli e cappelli, accessori per capelli, realizzati a mano da Patrizia Romiti.

A smashing artist, Sergio Cammariere and me

A smashing artist, Sergio Cammariere and me

Roberto Ciufoli and me

Roberto Ciufoli and me

 

 

La versione delle slippers Friulane di Allagiulia, brand creato da Giulia Campeol, sono state esposte nell’ area di Dedé maison, la rinomata boutique di Roma, ubicata in Via dei Pianellari 21 della formidabile Theodora Bugel dedicata alla creazione e vendita di componenti di arredo e homewear, che ha presentato una accattivante selezione di oggetti. Ha brillato l’ alchemica leggerezza e il fascino dei profumi di Meo Fusciuni aka il cugino di Fabio Quaranta – speciale individualità che mi ha fatto molto piacere conoscere e con il quale ho condiviso momenti di vita, risate e interludi epicurei – che ha esposto alla Scuola dei reinventori, curate da Clara Tosi Pamphili e Alessio De Navasques, le sue fragranze quali “Notturno” e “Luce” e si è trasformato in erborista, realizzando alcune pozioni magiche per prendersi cura di sé. Un’ esperienza travolgente che è stata colorata da magia, calore, colore, divertimento e relax.

photo by N

photo by N

Dede  maison, photo by N

Dede maison, photo by N

 

Dede maison, photo by N

Dede maison, photo by N

 

Dede maison, photo by N

Dede maison, photo by N

 

Dede maison, photo by N

Dede maison, photo by N

 

Allagiulia, photo by N

Allagiulia, photo by N

 

Allagiulia, photo by N

Allagiulia, photo by N

Stephan Hamel and Lupo Lanzara, photo by N

Stephan Hamel and Lupo Lanzara, photo by N

 

Andrea Provvidenza and me, photo by N

Andrea Provvidenza and me, photo by N

 

Meo Fusciuni aka The cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

Meo Fusciuni aka The cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

 

The magic potion by Meo Fusciuni aka The cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

The magic potion by Meo Fusciuni aka The cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

 

Meo Fusciuni aka The cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

Meo Fusciuni aka The cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

 

Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta, photo by N

 

An alchemic moment featuring me and Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta

An alchemic moment featuring me and Meo Fusciuni aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta

 

Floracult, photo by N

Floracult, photo by N

 

 

www.floracult.com

Life is sharing: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and me, photo by Stephan Hamel

Life is sharing: Ilaria Venturini Fendi and me, photo by Stephan Hamel

The fifth edition of Floracult, event celebrating the nature and its culture, created by Ilaria Venturini Fendi and curated by Antonella Fornai – which was held in the Rome countryside, at La Storta, in I Casali del Pino -, opened with a series of smashing initiatives as the talk moderated by the journalist and author Ida Tonini starring Meo Fusciuni, modern alchemist who talked about his experiences with herbs, scents and his brand of artistic perfumery.

Meo Fusciuni (aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta) and me, photo by N

Meo Fusciuni (aka the cousin of Fabio Quaranta) and me, photo by N

Antonella Fornai, Ida Tonini and Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

Antonella Fornai, Ida Tonini and Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

 

The scents by Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

The scents by Meo Fusciuni, photo by N

 

Federica Castellani, Meo Fusciuni as alchemist and some people who were interested in his magic potions at the School for Re-inventors, photo by N

Federica Castellani, Meo Fusciuni as alchemist and some people who were interested in his magic potions at the School for Re-inventors, photo by N

Meo, nice and bright individual, who seemed me like the cousin of Fabio Quaranta (brilliant fashion designer and professor at the Iuav University of Venice). That became his second nick name adding to Meo Fusciuni, art name chosen by Giuseppe Imprezzabile, Sicilian man who is based in Salsomaggiore, of whose the family name Fusciuni arises from the Sicilian slang and stands as “to flow”. Meo told about his relationship with the scents, experience arisen for random. He studied chemistry, then worked with disabled people, became herbalist and later started studying anthropology and travelling. His scents have arisen during his journeys. Passion, love and nostalgia are some emotions the lack of love as it happened with “Notturno” and “Luce”, two fragrances that embodied the feelings of Meo, the nostalgia for his love, her life companion Federica Castellani, who were far away from him and her return, celebrate his love for her, featuring the warmth and sensuality of patchouli (one of my favorite fragrances along with vetiver and opoponax), spicy notes that are sweetened by tonka. Olfactive experiences and alchemic moments, connected to poetry and magic suggestions under the sign of Crowley’s experiences (another thing confirming the spiritual connection to Fabio Quaranta, his love for the bands that are Crowley inspired as Psychic TV, Coil and Current 93).

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

Floracult

Floracult

 

 

Carnations at Floracult

Carnations at Floracult

A successful experience which combined with other happenings, exhibition events that talked about nature, art and craftsmanship. The world of butterflies was depicted by “Patma”, the performance by Sasha Turchi which told about the rise of butterflies and “La memoria degli oggetti” by Pablo Mesa Capella, who created containers of memories and poetry.

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Pablo Mesa Capella

Pablo Mesa Capella

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by Davide Orlandi Dormino

 

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

 

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

A butterfly featuring in Patma by Sacha Turchi, photo by N

The woods found into the sea of Pantelleria and their lyricism where the main features of installation by Giancarlo Scialanga which was emphasized by the sound design by Pietro Scialanga. Wood and craftsmanship shined in the suggestive furniture by the nice Alessandro Visi.

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

Alessandro Visi, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

 

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Giancarlo Scialanga, photo by N

Flowers, plants, little, big animals, delights as the licorice by Amarelli, creations inspired by nature where the alchemies by Floracult, dressed up by such a loving and genuine atmosphere which had a kind of magic. The warm welcome of place, kindness and congeniality of people I saw made all that marvelous, relaxing and fun.

FLORACULT: TRE GIORNI ALL’ INSEGNA DI ARTE, PROFUMI, DELLA NATURA E DELLA SUA CULTURA (1)

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Antonella Fornai, photo by N

Ilaria Venturini Fendi and Antonella Fornai, photo by N

La quinta edizione di Floracult, evento che celebra la natura e la sua cultura, creato da Ilaria Venturini Fendi e curato da Antonella Fornai – che si è tenuto nella campagna romana, a La Storta, nei I Casali del Pino -, si è aperta con una serie di formidabili iniziative quali un talk moderato dalla giornalista e scrittrice Ida Tonini con Meo Fusciuni, moderno alchimista che ha parlato delle sue esperienze con le erbe, i profumi e del suo brand di profumeria artistica.

Peonies at Floracult, photo by N

Peonies at Floracult, photo by N

Leonetta Luciano Fendi, me and the peonies, photo by N

Leonetta Luciano Fendi, me and the peonies, photo by N

Meo, simpatica e brillante individualità che mi sembrava il cugino di Fabio Quaranta( brillante fashion designer e docente presso l’ Università Iuav di Venezia). Questo è diventato il suo secondo nick name che si aggiunge a Meo Fusciuni, nome d’ arte scelto da Giuseppe Imprezzabile, siciliano che risiede Salsomaggiore, il cui cognome deriva dal dialetto siciliano e sta a significare “scorrere”. Meo ha raccontato del suo rapporto con i profumi, un’ esperienza nata per caso. Ha studiato chimica, ha poi lavorato con i disabili, è divenuto erborista e poi ha iniziato a studiare antropologia e viaggiare. Le sue fragranze sono nate durante i suoi viaggi. Passione, amore e nostalgia sono alcune delle emozioni da loro ritratte. Infatti “Notturno” e “Luce” racchiudono la nostalgia per il suo amore, la sua compagna di vita Federica Castellani che era lontana e il suo ritorno, celebrano l’ amore per lei ed hanno quali protagonisti la calda sensualità del patchouli(una delle mie fragranze preferite unitamente a vetiver e opoponax), note speziate addolcite dalla fava tonka. Esperienze olfattive e momenti alchemici, legati alla poesia ed a magiche suggestioni crowleyane (un’ alltra prova che conferma la parentela spirituale con Fabio Quaranta, il suo amore per le band che si ispirano a Crowley quali Psychic TVCoil e Current 93).

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

 

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

 

 

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

Lavander at Floracult, photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

Una felice esperienza, unita ad altri eventi che parlavano di natura, arte e artigianalità. Il mondo delle farfalle è stato ritratto da “Patma”, la performance di Sacha Turchi che ha narrato la nascita delle farfalle e “La memoria degli oggetti” di Pablo Mesa Capella che ha creato contenitori di ricordi e poesia.

Me, myself and I along with a little rabbit, photo by N

Me, myself and I along with a little rabbit, photo by N

Chicks on speed, photo by N

Chicks on speed, photo by N

 

La legna ritrovata nelle acque di Pantelleria e il suo lirismo erano i protagonisti dell’ installazione di Giancarlo Scialanga che è stata enfatizzata dal sound design di Pietro Scialanga. Legno e artigianalità hanno brillato nei suggestivi componenti di arredo del simpatico Alessandro Visi.

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi and me, photo by N

Claudio Santamaria, photo by N

Claudio Santamaria, photo by N

 

Silvia Venturini Fendi, Eric and Zen, the dog of Roberto D' Agostino, photo by N

Silvia Venturini Fendi, Eric and Zen, the dog of Roberto D’ Agostino, photo by N

 

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

Adelaide Corbetta and me, photo by N

 

Delfina Delettrez, photo by N

Delfina Delettrez, photo by N

 

Irene Ghergo, photo by N

Irene Ghergo, photo by N

A headonism moment (hat by Patrizia Romita) featuring me, myself and I, photo by N

A headonist moment (hat by Patrizia Romita) featuring me, myself and I, photo by N

 

Roberto D' Agostino and me, photo by N

Roberto D’ Agostino and me, photo by N

 

A headonist moment featuring Roberto D' Agostino, photo by N

A headonist moment featuring Roberto D’ Agostino, photo by N

Fiori, piante, piccoli, grandi animali, delizie come la liquirizia di Amarelli, creazioni che si ispirano alla natura erano le alchimie di Floracult, condite da una atmosfera estremamente amorevole e autentica che aveva qualcosa di magico. La calda accoglienza del luogo e la gentilezza e simpatia delle persone che ho incontrato ha reso tutto ciò meraviglioso rilassante e divertente.

Licorice by Amarelli, photo by N

Licorice by Amarelli, photo by N

 

The salted licorice by Amarelli,photo by N

The salted licorice by Amarelli,photo by N

The liquorice by Amarelli, photo by N

The liquorice by Amarelli, photo by N

 

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