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.   

LAST COLORS OF WINTER AND NEW TRENDS IN TEXTILES DESIGN FOR FASHION 2014

© Textiles designs by STUDIO BRUNO BOGGIA – Photos: ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI

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Colors of winter, colors of nature. In this photogallery are displayed other beautiful textile designs created by Studio Bruno Boggia Disegni (Como, Italy) . They will be part of the upcoming collections and trends in fashion with the aim to react to current market situation which continues to be affected by the crisis. Bruno Boggia Studio’s proposals are focusing on bright and compelling colors.  

The dominant trends seem to follow the seasons changes, their colors and their moods – Lucia Boggia says-. So, for the next collections, we worked on warm colors for summer and nature’s colors for winter. We watched to what it happens in the natural environment, with an eye to woods background, to forests, fields and land.”

This pictures show some of Bruno Boggia ‘s textile designs which are mixing tradition and innovation, colors and emotions, the earth and the sky…   

TESTING MATERIALS: A COAT OF RESIN ON A LITHO PRINT REPRODUCING A MACRO PHOTO

ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI - LACER/ACTIONS PROJECT -

 I love to mash-up different techniques and materials. I think contamination is the base of my “Lacer/actions Project” (my realistic images are reproduced on canvases, textiles, lithographs, a.s.o.). I like to test, as I did on a lithographs prints series from my collection. I have spread a coat of resin on the whole paper surface. Due to a surprising chemical reaction, the colors absorbed the resin in a different way giving to paper a different intensity in brilliancy… Yes, paper is incredible. And its decomposition too…

P.S. Pay attention to resin… It’s not so easy to handle.   

      

The Audible Noise Of The Days”

Realistic Image on Lithographic Prints + Resin

Image size: 26x 35

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Image location: Milan

Roberto Alborghetti – Lacer/actions Project

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LaceR/Actions”is a multidisciplinary project and research about urban signs and landscapes, especially concerning the apparent chaos of ripped and decomposed papers from billboards and advertisings diplays. I have so far collected more than 40.000 images. Impressed by photocamera and transferred on canvas, reproduced on lithographic prints or textiles (as pure silk), scanned in a video clip, or re-built in collages, the details of torn posters give new life to paper lacerations. I think in the lacerated advertisings – and in paper mutation – is recognizable the “unwrapped” city, self-destroying in the messages, self-regenerating and self-reproducing in new visual elements, often contradictory, dissonant, discordant, but still surprisingly vital. 

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.