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DEMOBAZA – The Fashion Beyond Fashion


Just a little post to make you discover this amazing duet  of people from Bulgaria who created the brand DEMOBAZA. They’re Demo and Tono, two young designers born in a totalitarian Country and living in the same freed Country who know well the concept of uniform and freedom, so they could create their items from the idea of a “destructured uniform”.
Their pieces are 100% fashion because of the originality, the care in details and the surprising design, and at the same time,  they are beyond all this things for their big big big communication capability. The manufacturing of these gorgeous clothes gives the idea that they passed through a war and won it.
They’re alive.

Solo un piccolo post per farvi scoprire questa magnifico duo di designers bulgari, che hanno creato il brand DEMOBAZA. Sono Demo e Tono, due giovani stilisti nati in un Paese totalitario e residenti nello stesso Paese, ora libero, che conoscono bene il concetto di uniforme e quello di libertà, così hanno creato vestiti partendo dall’idea di “uniforme destrutturata”.
I loro pezzi sono 100% fashion per l’originalità, la cura nei dettagli e ed il sorprendente design, e nello stesso momento, sono oltre tutto questo per la grande, grande, grande capacità di comunicazione. La lavorazione di questi bellissimi capi da l’idea che siano passati attraverso una guerra e che l’abbiano vinta.
Sono vestiti vivi.




Seasonal Trend or Copycatting?

Seasonal Trend or Copycatting?

Just a little reflection on the Spring / Summer 13 trends… we got flowers, checks, lines and colours, and we can positively say that fashion spreads as a pyramid from the top to the ground, sometimes with successful results. So, we can find a Vuitton inspired checkered yellow coat, with perfectly minimal cuts and good finishings at an affordable price at Zara, or a MSGM insipred striped and flowered shirt..always at Zara… Do you think it’s the seasonal trend that every brand tries to decline in its own way or just a copycatting work they do on one another?
The point is if the value of design remains the same when reported on another brand, the one which did not create the “original piece”.
After a long reading of the article “Making the case against fast fashion collaboration” on businnesoffashion.com, I came to the conclusion that it doesn’t matter if you wear Vuitton or Zara, since it’s HOW you wear it that makes the difference, but after all you are wearing that Zara because it looks like a Vuitton… so the two brands are satisfied: the first grows in terms of sales and the second remains a luxury brand which name continues to grow in success and for which products, time by time, young people and adult people and old people will continue to long for.
I’d like to share my opinion with you, so just post your comment down here!

La Boxeur Chic

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Hello everybody! Today I’ve been so busy that I’m hardly finding a moment to write and keep you updated with the looks my fantasy suggests! I’ve entitled this post “La Boxeur Chic”, because the whole look has been created starting from this awsome N°21 golden short, which I find really versatile… then I added a chic sandal with geometric prints and the fantastic golden heel! Just to finish with a touch of street style, the wayfarer and the simple meltin’pot t-shirt joined the bottom with the help of the crazy ring by Alexander McQueen! I hope you’ll enjoy this look! 😀

Ciao a tutti! Oggi sono stata tanto occupata da poter trovare difficilmente i minuti che impiego per scrivervi ed aggiornarvi sui look che che la fantasia mi suggerisce! Ho chiamato il post “La Boxeur Chic” perchè l’ho immaginato partendo da questo bellissimo short di N°21, che trovo davvero versatile… ho poi aggiunto questi sandali chic dalle stampe geometriche ed il tacco dorato! Infine, per dare un tocco di street style, i classici wayfarer e la magliettina meltin’pot si sono legati ai pezzi più glam con l’aiuto del pazzesco anello di Alexander McQueen! Spero vi piaccia! 😀