ART & GEOMETRY FOR TEXTILE DESIGNS: AT “PARIS INDIGO” THE NEXT FASHION AND FABRIC TRENDS TO OVERCOME THE CRISIS

© BRUNO BOGGIA DISEGNI, ITALY – © Photos by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

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There’re also some geometric shapes and topics – such as those presented in this photo-gallery – in the new textile collection that  Bruno Boggia Studio (Como, Italy) displays from today in Paris at “Première Vision” of Indigo Salon (September 19-21, 2012,  Paris-Nord Villepinte). Lucia and Bruno Boggia, along with their collaborators, participate to the famous Parisian event bringing a range of novelty already appreciated in different parts of the world. Bruno Boggia Studio created beautiful limited-edition silk scarves with my torn poster images…  

BRUNO BOGGIA DISEGNI, ITALY – PHOTO BY ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

In Paris they propose designs and fabrics which  anticipate the next fashion trends. The Indigo Salon is traditionally considered the “first vision” of what is going to happen to the world-fashion. The Paris Show puts on display ideas and suggestions for the next catwalks and pret-a-porter fashion shows, trying to overcome the effects of the market crisis. Best wishes for a speedy recovery are also coming from the Bruno Boggia Studio’s colorful proposals which focuse on the most effective colors, combining tradition and innovation. As shown in this pics, where geometry suggests ideas and emotions to textiles.  

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8 responses to “ART & GEOMETRY FOR TEXTILE DESIGNS: AT “PARIS INDIGO” THE NEXT FASHION AND FABRIC TRENDS TO OVERCOME THE CRISIS

  1. Reblogged this on judithlesleymarshall and commented:
    This collection reminds me of a book I purchased in Barcelona while I was admiring the work of Gaudi. The title is ‘Li: Dynamic Form in Nature’ by David Wade. I keep referrring back to it and wondering how words can crackle, ripple, vermiculate etc. I look forward to seeing some interesting fabrics in the shops later this season.

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