NEW VIDEO: ARTISTIC SILK SCARVES (EXCLUSIVE DESIGN BASED ON ABSTRACT PHOTOS)

Videoclip about artistic Silk Scarves with an exclusive and unique design: it reproduces details of decomposed matters. Created by Roberto Alborghetti (Lacer/actions Project) in collaboration with Bruno Boggia Disegni, Como, Italy. Three Limited Edition. Textile: pure Crepe de Chine, CMS 170 x 63.

For infos: sandinipaolo@gmail.com – ro.alb@alice.it

“THESE SILK SCARVES ARE ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL… FASCINATING ART AND SENSATIONAL COMPOSITION”: A COMMENT FROM TORONTO, CANADA

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Janette Nosella (General Manager, Human Resources, Toronto, Canada) purchased the limited edition of the three silk scarves I created in collaboration with Boggia Disegni Studio in Como for my“Lacer/actions” project about abstract macro photos of decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. After having received them, Janette kindly sent me on my Linkedin profile this recommendation:

“ROBERTO’s imagination shines through in his Limited Edition Three Scarf Set. Replicated from your world renowned inspirational Art the focus is bold and progressive. Two were gifted to family members with a tremendous appreciation of your fascinating art and sensational composition. Both individuals are honoured to wear images of ROBERTO ‘s stimulating creativity and your pure compositions on the luxury of silk. The innovative art representation on my personal scarf is a masterpiece of stimulating allure.  We thank you ROBERTO for spreading your striking imprint throughout the world. Your enthusiasm toward nature and technology positively radiates through your substance and style”.

Some days before, commenting a post on Linkedin, Janette Nosella wrote these words too about the silk scarves: “Since ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI sent me the three scarves in different designs I must say Marysia Zipser  has a fabulous point regarding this art work. His scarves are so light and large. Maybe because I am a short person (petite as my Dad used to say.) The one for my Mum, she is also short, seemed larger than scarves you buy in stores. Here in Canada you pay more for that length as they are considered shawl length scarves. As I told you they are absolutely beautiful…”.

Thank you so much dear Janette for your wonderful words which are a great encouragement to continue do discover the incredible details and particulars of the world around us. Because , as I use to say for my “Lacer/actions” project, “we may see things that we don’t even imagine”.

Roberto Alborghetti - Lacer/actions, Silk Scarves

Roberto Alborghetti – Lacer/actions, Silk Scarves

 

EXCLUSIVE AND NEW PRINTING FABRICS BY MITRANI-ALBORGHETTI  WILL BE PART OF BOGGIA DISEGNI COLLECTION

 

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LUCIA BOGGIA  WITH ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI AND MITRANI YARDEN AT STUDIO BOGGIA DISEGNI, COMO, ITALY. BOGGIA HAS BEEN WORKING WITH THE MOST IMPORTANT AND CELEBRATED INTERNATIONAL FASHION  HOUSES. 

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Some of the new and extraordinary designs for printing fabrics created by Mitrani Yarden & Roberto Alborghetti will be part of  the great collections of Bruno Boggia Disegni. This important collaboration was recently joined in Como, at Studio Boggia, http://www.boggiadisegni.it/

Lucia Boggia  personally selected the printing fabrics  which very soon will be on sell across the world. Starting from the great achievement reached with the Volcano Dress (Yarden created an high fashion outfit basing on the design of one of the abstract photos Roberto took from the Ghost Bus, at Bartons Plc in Nottingham) Mitrani and Alborghetti has now developed an amazing series of printing fabrics always based on the abstract photos about decomposed matters. These works are available in exclusive and unique copy for professional use.

 

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(The printing fabrics presented in this slideshow are not not available in the series exclusively done for Boggia Disegni Collection)

Yarden and Roberto have created a great series – an explosion of colors bringing new trends in fashion – and the same Boggia Studio was amazed and impressed by the prints layout that are ready to be used on different textiles and for different outfits. As Lucia Boggia said “no painter or pc can create this kind of printing fabrics”.

Roberto already collaborated with Boggia Studio in the creation of the three silk scarves with the design from torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, urban and industrial matters. Bruno Boggia Studio (Como, Italy) for over sixty years has been working in textile designs with the most famous fashion brands in the world: Capucci, Lacroix, Valentino, Lancetti, Mila Schon, Chanel, Celine,  Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Etro, Escada, Donna Karan, Paul Smith, Rolando Santana

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FOR INFORMATIONS ABOUT THE NEW PRINTING FABRICS FOR TEXTILE DESIGNS, PLEASE CONTACT:  

mitrani.yarden@gmail.com

ro.alb@alice.it

 

 

ABSTRACT (FROM REALITY) GOES ON SILK SCARVES: EXCLUSIVE DESIGN ON CREPE DE CHINE (THE VIDEO)

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This is a videoclip about SILK SCARVES with an exclusive design. They are available in a very special limited edition. The design is unique. It reproduces details of real torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, magnification of urban and industrial matters. The images was captured around the world by Italian visual artist, author and reporter ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI (founder of “Lacer/actions” project and research).  The special silk scarves were made in collaboration with BRUNO BOGGIA STUDIO (Como, Italy) who worked with the most famous fashion houses. Video by R.Alborghetti – Soundtrack: “Aria” by Tim Besamusca.

FOR INFOS about silk scarves: andrea@velar.it

SILK SCARVES BY ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI - MADE IN COLLABORATION WITH BRUNO BOGGIA, COMO, ITALY

 

ABSTRACT ON SILK : DESIGN FROM TORN AND DECOMPOSED OUTDOOR ADVERTISINGS

 

“Wind of May…”

 Pure Silk Scarf / Limited edition – Crêpe de Chine 100%- Created by Roberto Alborghetti for “Lacer/actions” Project in collaboration with Bruno Boggia Disegni (Como, Italy). Sizes: width 63 cms, height 170 cms.

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This photo-gallery is dedicated to one of the limited-edition series of 3 silk scarves I created for  “Lacer/actions Art Project”. Its design is… unique. It reproduces details of a torn and decomposed publicity poster. Italian textiles designer Bruno Boggia, with the assistance of his daughter Lucia and his staff, helped me to select artworks to be converted into silk scarves designs. Bruno Boggia Studio works with the most famous designers and fashion brands in the world (Capucci, Lacroix, Valentino, Lancetti, Mila Schon, Chanel, Celine, Dior, Y.S.L., Etro, Escada, Donna Karan, Paul Smith, Rolando Santana…).  They are available on line at “LA BOTTEGA DI OSCAR / OSCAR’S BOUTIQUE”.

  • For informations: ro.alb@alice.it

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SILK SCARVES ON SHOW AT PITROSE STUDIO, ITALY

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VIDEOCLIP: SILK SCARVES, LIMITED-EDITION

 

 

NEW FABRICS AND LATEST TEXTILE CREATIONS AT “INDIGO SALON” IN PARIS

 © Photos: ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

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A real wind of colors is blowing through Indigo Salon in Paris (17-18-19 September 2013) which also features Bruno Boggia Design Studio (Como, Italy). The popular Parisian event  welcomes merging operators in textile design and fashion from around the world. Indigo Salon (Parc d’Expositions, Paris-Nord Villepinte) also this year is bringing new creations and fabrics. Studio Boggia is proposing in Paris patterns which anticipate   fashion trends. In fact, Indigo Salon is a special preview (Première Vision) of what will happen in the world-fashion. Textile designs by Boggia are focusing on a various range of colors and shapes combining tradition and innovation, as we admire in this photo-gallery…

 

 

FLORAL TEXTILE DESIGNS AS WATERCOLORS… NEW FASHION FABRICS FOR 2014 / SPECIAL PREVIEW

© BRUNO BOGGIA DISEGNI, ITALY

© Photos by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

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Floral textures are always one of the dominant fashion trends. Bruno Boggia Disegni Studio in Como (Italy) – where they have also created the 3 silk scarves series based on my “Laceractions” images – has seized on all floral suggestions in order to create a kind of coloristic great fresco for his textile design patterns. Next seasons trends (2014-2014) will give preference to colors and shapes drawn by following flowers and leaves shapes. This photogallery is a special preview of the new fabrics designs which will be shown the forthcoming  fairs.