Known for rigor and their proverbial Swiss precision at the right time they know unsheathe also inspiration and creativity, as demonstrated Saturday night in the Hall of the Casino of Campione d'Italy theater festivals, for the second consecutive year, the "Fashion World Champion" the gala organized by the national Chamber of fashion Switzerland, CNMS.
In the spotlight the exclusive dresses(formal gowns) of three young designers: Semadeni Goddess, Tania Caruncho and Patria Battistelli selected by the academy as part of the project "Made in Switzerland".
"The National Chamber of Fashion Switzerland in recent years has gained credibility in the international arena - said President Franco Taranto - we are among the five members of law of the European Fashion Council and we signed more than two dozen MoUs with as many countries in the world to best represent the "Made in Switzerland". With our support many young designers have been able to present their collections of some of the most exclusive catwalks of the world, as part of the Fashion Weeks. " A growing movement thanks to the "Helvetia Academy", which allows young creatives to undergo training courses held by top designers and industry experts.
The result can be seen on the catwalk Saturday evening of Champion of Italy: the creations of the Goddess Semadeni, Tania Caruncho and Patrizia Battistelli have conquered the audience with an original rereading and seductive woman 2.0. Elegant dresses(elegant formal dresses) with practical, able to adapt to different times of day changing form and shape thanks to the clever use of accessories. So thanks to capes, slits and zip sober suits have become, in time of a parade, in provocative cocktail dresses. A sophisticated mix of pret a porter and exclusive creations, without renouncing the use of corsets, cloaks and even long trains and Baroque influences.
A catwalk even Miss Ticino, the beautiful Alessandra Gengaro, protagonist together with Alessandra Gengaro, Maristella Patuzi, Tamara and Sara Merlo Beretta Piccoli of the photographic campaign "Silence kills the dignity", made by the same Franco Taranto to raise awareness with respect to the drama of violence against women. "We let make-up to play the marks of the beating that many mothers and wives really get - explained models and policies - A strong campaign and the impact that we hope will serve to push so many victims to report their attackers often coinciding with men they promised to love them. " To applaud the initiative also the Consul General Marcello Fondi, the Consulate of Italy in Lugano.
A glamorous evening closed the parade of exclusive creations of the great Dutch designer Addy van den Krommenacker, head of the Commission of Style CNMS.