Milan is one of the world’s leading fashion capital and lately its fashion week is giving more space to new designers through several initiatives including the debut show at Armani Teatro: a sacred moment of the schedule dedicated to the new names of contemporary fashion selected by Giorgio Armani. This year was the turn of Japanese designer, Mitsuru Nishizaki and his Ujoh label, launched in 2009, after seven years as pattern maker at Yohji Yamamoto.
The beauty of chaos by Alessandro Michele for the Gucci FW 2016 collection opened the Milan Fashion Week. And for a year now, from the debut, his unusual style according to which “everything changes but nothing really changes”, has become a successful trademark that fascinates both the press and the market.
Once upon a time there was Math, a distinguished, rigid and severe lady, known as the mother of students’ nightmares from childhood to university. After revealing her secrets to philosophers and scholars, one day she met Mr. Escher, who made her the most funny woman of the world, providing a new look through upsetting optical illusions.
Subsequently, she caught the attention of many artists, until when, intrigued by social media and fashion world, she decided to renew her wardrobe to get in touch with fashion victims. She sought help from famous couturier who proposed minimalist outfits inspired by modern and contemporary art, until one day she met Mrs. Cecilia Arpa, who literally won her hearth, becoming her official fashion designer.
But who is Cecilia Arpa?