THE (R)EVOLUTION IN FABRICS: CLICK AND DISCOVER A NEW POST ON AMPLIFIED ART NETWORK

AAN ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

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THE (R)EVOLUTION IN FABRICS:  FROM ABSTRACT REALITY TO NEW TRENDS IN TEXTILE AND FASHION

http://www.amplifiedartnetwork.com/the-revolution-in-fabrics-from-abstract-reality-to-new-trends-in-textile-and-fashion/

 

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…

 

 

“WIND OF MAY”: TORN POSTERS ART INSPIRED SILK SCARF / NEW ABSTRACT TEXTILES DESIGN

“Wind of May  (is ruffling my thoughts)”

Pure Silk Scarf / Limited  edition – Crêpe de Chine

Created by Roberto Alborghetti for “Lacer/actions” Project (Images of torn posters and urban “signs”) in collaboration with Bruno Boggia Disegni (Como, Italy).

Sizes: width 63 cms, height 170 cms.

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 This photogallery is dedicated to a silk scarf (“Wind of May”) created by Roberto Alborghetti. It reproduces details of torn posters images captured around the world by Roberto Alborghetti who says: “I accepted the challenge that italian textiles designer Bruno Boggia offered me. Bruno, with the invaluable assistance of his daughter Lucia and his staff, helped me selecting 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…)

The images of dirty and ripped papers – left to decompose on  city walls or billboards – after being transformed in canvases, lithographs and videoclip, are now artistic and original silk scarves (100 % Crepe de Chine). For informations:  andrea@velar.it; ro.alb@alice.it

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SILK COMET…

SEASON'S GREETINGS 2012

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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.  

FASHION DESIGN PREVIEW 2012 : LIMITED EDITION OF 3 SILK SCARVES CREATED WITH MY TORN POSTERS IMAGES

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A series of three silk scarves. I’ve created them workin’ on my images of torn posters details (“Lacer/actions”). I accepted the challenge that italian textiles designer Bruno Boggia offered me when I visited his Studio in Como (Italy). Bruno, with the invaluable assistance of his daughter Lucia and with the support of his staff, helped me selecting artworks to be converted into silk scarves designs. Bruno Boggia Studio has been working 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…)

Within a few days, the challenge reached the finish line. The images of dirty and ripped papers – left to decompose on city walls or billboards – after being transformed in canvas, litographs and videoclip, have now changed in the elegance, delicacy and sheen of silk scarves. Here some photographs about the three Silk Scarves series created for a Special Limited Edition for my “Lacer/actions” project.

 For infos and bookings:

 ro.alb@alice.it

SPECIALE EDIZIONE LIMITATA: LA SERIE DI 3 SCIARPE DI SETA CREATE CON LE IMMAGINI DELLA PUBBLICITA STRAPPATA

Una serie di tre sciarpe di seta. Le ho create lavorando sulle mie “Lacer/azioni”: immagini dei particolari dei manifesti pubblicitari stracciati. Ho così accettato la sfida che mi aveva proposto Bruno Boggia, il noto textiles designer di Como. Bruno Boggia, con la preziosa assistenza della figlia Lucia e con il supporto delle sue collaboratrici, mi ha aiutato nella scelta di alcuni artworks da trasformare in sciarpe di seta. Bruno (www.boggiadisegni.it) da oltre sessant’anni lavora sul textiles design producendo per i più conosciuti stilisti a livello mondiale (qualche nome: Capucci, Lacroix, Valentino, Lancetti, Mila Schon, Chanel, Celine, Dior, Y.S.L., Etro, Escada, Donna Karan, Paul Smith, Rolando Santana…) Nel giro di pochi giorni, l’impresa è giunta al traguardo. Le mie immagini sui dettagli della carta – sporca, strappata, lacerata ed usurata – della pubblicità affissa sui muri delle nostre città è ora diventata anche sciarpe di seta. Dopo essere diventate tele, litografie e videoclips, i miei artworks “Lacer/azioni” si sono trasformati nella delicatezza e nell’eleganza di sciarpe di seta. Ecco alcune fotografie della serie di tre sciarpe realizzate in Speciale Edizione Limitata per il mio progetto “Lacer/azioni”.

Per info e prenotazioni

ro.alb@alice.it

 

 

FROM TORN POSTERS TO SILK SCARVES

 

 My Lacer/actions artworks also transformed in textiles designs.

The dirty and torn papers of the advertisings posted on the walls of our cities have now become silk scarves too! After to be already transferred on canvas, lithographies and videoclips, my “Lacer/actions” artworks were transformed in silk textiles thanks to collaboration of Bruno Boggia Studio (Como, Italy) who for over sixty years has been working 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…).

Bruno Boggia, with the invaluable assistance of his daughter Lucia, and with the support of his staff, helped me in the selection of artworks to be converted into silk scarves. And so, within a few days, the challenge reached the finish line. The images of that dirty and ripped paper have changed now in the elegance, delicacy and sheen of silk scarves.

The photographs of a couple of scarves, reproduced in this page, they are going to demonstrate it. Images about ripped and dirty advertisings, left to decompose on the walls or billboards, are now soft silk scarves, ready to be worn.

By Roberto Alborghetti

LINK TO VIDEOCLIP

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3ZQYB7r2sQ

 

DALLA CARTA-RIFIUTO ALLE SCIARPE DI SETA

La carta – sporca, strappata, lacerata ed usurata – della pubblicità affissa sui muri delle nostre città è ora diventata anche sciarpe di seta. Dopo essere diventati tele e litografie, e pure videoclips, i miei artworks “Lacer/azioni” si sono trasformati anche in tessuto di seta grazie alla collaborazione dello Studio Bruno Boggia Disegni (www.boggiadisegni.it) che da oltre sessant’anni lavora con i tessuti ed i più famosi stilisti del mondo (qualche nome: Capucci, Lacroix, Valentino, Lancetti, Mila Schon, Chanel, Celine, Dior, Y.S.L., Etro, Escada, Donna Karan, Paul Smith, l’emergente newyorkese Rolando Santana…)

Bruno Boggia, con la preziosa assistenza della figlia Lucia e con il supporto delle sue collaboratrici, mi ha aiutato nella scelta di alcuni artworks da trasformare in sciarpe di seta, confezionate con tutti i crismi del caso. E così, nel giro di pochi giorni, l’impresa è giunta al traguardo. La carta-trash è ora l’eleganza, la delicatezza e la lucentezza di sciarpe di seta.

Le fotografie di un paio di sciarpe, che qui sono riprodotte insieme ad un videoclip, lo stanno a dimostrare. Immagini che in origine erano sporche carte strappate, lasciate decomporre sui muri o sui pannelli della pubblicità, sono ora diventate morbide sciarpe di seta, pronte da essere indossate.

Roberto Alborghetti

 

LINK AL VIDEOCLIP

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEeNrcyTvzM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3ZQYB7r2sQ