Fay Fall-Winter 2015-16 Men's Campaign
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Le Marche & Fashion
Le Marche offers an esteemed fashion industry that over time has developed an expertise that permit to understand the needs and desires of the market, especially from the end consumer side. Le Marche is a land of ancient traditions and crafts manufacturing, here, are located some of the major brands famous all over the world. A trip to the Marche, may also be an opportunity to switch from the classic historical and cultural tour to another exquisitely fashionable, in search of numerous outlets and factory stores. The shoe making district of Fermo and Macerata situated on the border of the provinces of the same name, represents the largest concentration of footwear producing companies in Italy.
Curated by Mariano Pallottini
Discover Fay Women's Spring - Summer Collection 2014 through the most seductive cities in the world
Rome, the eternal city. being there means passing from one century to another in the wink of an eye, spirited away by the pealing of church bells, fascinated by the alternation of majestic monuments and surprising little piazzas. carefree, welcoming, mesmerizing: a mosaic of characters that capture your eyes and heart.
Fay Fashion Show Autumn-Winter 2014/15 - The Highlights
Le migliori cose viste alla presentazione della collezione FAY Autunno Inverno 2014-2015. Non so voi, ma a me piace pensare tutte le aziende del gruppo Tod's come Marchigiane e resto ammirato della qualità percepita
The Fay catwalk opens a new season of style courtesy of Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi. the urban chic look, in the context of luxury daywear, perfectly embodies the brand philosophy: rethinking masculine fashion details into feminine ones through careful techniques, creating unexpected, varied and eclectic looks.
Official Fay website. Discover the women's fashion and accessories collection for Fall – Winter 2013/14: Classic and impeccable style, with tweed, tartan, velvet hems and important buttons. Traditional colors like grey, black and navy blue, but also green, red and yellow. A casual-chic style that sometime has clear references to the riding and to the nautical world. British moccasins, velvet embroidered slippers, postman bags and striped sweaters.
Della Valle's own Fay brand - he has created a big modern enterprise, a multinational operation that not only makes very chic and elegant items but also gives its workers pride, a purpose and a quality of life.
"Mr Della Valle wanted his employees to come to work and be really happy to do what they do,". The Tod's factory in Le Marche on the central Adriatic coast is a special environment. of 60,000sqm, including a grand 1500sqm headquarters.
Alongside a gym and auditorium for international lectures, the most notable feature of the headquarters is a bright, light-filled nursery fronted by sweetly smiling early childhood teachers. Open from 7.45am until 6.45pm every day, the nursery is available for Tod's workers to drop off their children to be looked after while they toil.
Many of the older artisans at Tod's worked with Diego Della Valle's father, Dorino, in the 1960s, are from Sant'Elpidio a Mare, the village in Le Marche region where the Della Valles were born and still live. People for Della Valle."are part of the project".
With this "foot on the floor", Della Valle created a billion-dollar business. He created two more brands - the urban shoe label Hogan and casual ready-to-wear Fay, acquired the French shoemaker, Roger Vivier and, currently, is relaunching of couture house Elsa Schiaparelli - with tastemakers du jour.
Having unveiled its second collection by Jefferson Hack, publisher of Dazed & Confused magazine, Hogan recently launched a collaboration with fashion stylist and long-time Marc Jacobs collaborator Katie Grand. Main line Tod's has also tapped fashion blogger Denni Elias of www.chicmuse.com for its Tod's Touch project, an online lifestyle magazine.
This is the 3rd Fay collection designed by Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi. In the past two collections Spring Summer 2012 and Fall Winter 2012 and there was an obvious hint of change and experimentation. While for the Spring Summer 2013 we see how the designers have been let free to make their own interpretation of the future style of Fay, bringing us back to the 60s but with materials of the 21st century.
Light spring jackets and coats for a minimalist and modern look. The mini-dresses are inspired by the outfits worn by tennis players, reinterpretated with sophistacted silhuettes. The collection experiments with fabrics, prints and details reinventing Fay's iconic garnments with a unique stylistic flair. Short hemlines, vivid colors, crocodile prints for a Twiggy approved spring summer 2013.
So British” is the vision of Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi who have designed a collection with a preppy spirit, reinterpreting the Sixties and proposing a new version of the collage style. On the catwalk, microskirts that look like miniature kilts, argyle sweaters, and lots of tartan peacoats with details in regimental silk
Video backstage for the Fay's Collection Woman Spring Summer 2013, designed by Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi. Aquilano and Rimondi took the reins at this previously outerwear-focused brand last year, tasked with adding ready-to-wear to the mix. For Spring, they’re thinking 1960s: shifts, safari jackets, and minis in gelato colors, luxed up with either patent trim or real crocodile patches..
Airy-fairy down jacket in shiny quilted technical fabric, embellished with pearl and crystal embroideries on the pockets.
Wool flare skirt with front macropanel in mat: finish crocodile print leather. Available in various two tone mixes like natural leatherlgreen. terracottal ark brown or natural leather! sunflower yellow.
Matt crocodile print leather bag with velvet and ostrich leather contrasting details. Embellished with the signature Fay hook in gold finish metal. this model is available in various colors from green to papaya.
Fay, designed by Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi of Aquilano.Rimondi and owned by Diego Della Valle’s Tod’s Group.
Aquilano and Rimondi took the reins at this previously outerwear-focused brand last year, tasked with adding ready-to-wear to the mix. For Spring, they’re thinking 1960s: shifts, safari jackets, and minis in gelato colors, luxed up with either patent trim or real crocodile patches. The brand is in expansion mode, looking for new accounts across the globe, which explains the splashy presentation at Milan’s Palazzo Gallarati Scotti and an all-star casting that included Cara Delevingne and Ava Smith scuffing around the place in patent Chelsea boots.
Enter the world of Fay and discover its iconic “everywear” for contemporary men. Elegance and convenience: versatile clothes with a perfect fit, created for dynamic men who look for the perfect blend of style and practicality at work and at leisure, around town and further afield. Both refined and informal, this collection is for anyone with a metropolitan spirit whose signature look is luxury. Discover the collection
Fay comes to meet us at the beginning of each season with a bike that seems at once extraordinarily linear, where cleaning of the cut, the silence of the natural elegance of colors and fabrics have the power to dazzle us with discretion. A simplicity that comes from a tailoring and precious ancient, a knowledge which is being renewed from time to time interpreting the needs of a man who lives in the present, but want to know, however elegant sports travel through time.