Creative District at Spazio Margutta opens the summer festival of Altaroma In Town

Via Margutta, for some years has become the new center of fashion, art and photography of the capital. A project that has become a reality thanks to ‘Spazio Margutta’, an innovative concept that, through an unprecedented entrepreneurial perspective, aims to relaunch the concept of luxury and uniqueness. Here is Fashion and its protagonists are at the center of the initiatives of ‘Spazio Margutta’ which will host the seventh edition of the ‘Creative District’, the project conceived by Antonio Falanga and Grazia Marino, scheduled in the Altaroma In Town Calendar on 7 July from 11 at 1 pm, with the intention of proposing and developing a new communication strategy, addressed and shared between stylists, brands and new creatives. Four capsule collections signed by as many high fashion realities: Roberta Baiardi, Vittoria Roma, Mafalda Marra and Francesca Laragione Handmade Bags, presented in static form, for an event finally in attendance after the long lockdown that forced the fashion system to a long productive break. Roberta Baiardi, returns as a protagonist in the Altaroma calendar with new sartorial outfits that come to life from her personal and exclusive way of proposing art, projected in her fashion creations in hand-painted silk thanks to the painting technique of tachisme. A pictorial style of abstract art, which the designer proposes in an artisanal way in all her personally hand-painted creations, following the emotion and the idea of ​​the moment without traces or pre-set designs. In the global moment in which we are all involved, Maria Vittoria Perino, the creative director and founder of the ‘Vittoria Roma’ fashion house launches with her first ‘Haute Couture’ collection a message not only of elegance but of revenge, for a female rebirth. The Vittoria Roma woman is synonymous with freedom, she wears light, comfortable almost impalpable clothes, dares with the transparencies of organza and chiffon, chooses clothes without constraints that accompany the body by touching it. The delicate nuances of the fabrics caress and enhance the necklines, leaving the waist free to allow the body to move in an easy way, making it simply elegant. Mafalda Marra, attracted by beauty, by the perfection of nature, by great feelings, by the nobility of soul, has always tried her hand in the search for a new sartorial philosophy. Raised in a family of embroiderers, acquired the ancient traditional techniques, she began to experiment with innovative and contemporary embroidery methods. Stylist and pattern maker since 2014 he is able to personally create tailor-made creations all with his own hands, a fundamental added value in today’s panorama of the world of Italian creativity. Francesca Laragione Handmade in Italy creates entirely handcrafted bags and accessories for a more sustainable fashion while respecting the environment. She studied Haute Couture embroidery first in Rome and then trained in the prestigious Atelier Ecole Lesage in Paris owned by Chanel. It produces classic, timeless and iconic models, with the techniques of craftsmanship of leather goods and embroidery. Each bag is unique as it is made entirely by hand in every process, using the saddle stitching with two needles and awl then decorated by hand with various techniques, from 3D flowers to the logo embroidered in golden thread. Alongside the use of vegetable-tanned Italian leather, there is also the use of eco-friendly and cruelty free leather obtained from the processing of vegetable and fruit sources.

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