A video that represents the synthesis of complex production process of shoes OXS: the various steps taken through machinery mixed with manual work, to give birth to a pair of shoes OXS.
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
The Tod's Women's Collection for autumn/winter 2013-14 celebrates the quality and craftsmanship of Made in Italy, which is the brand’s DNA, through a range
The shoes display the Tod’s signature combination of style and functionality. From the famous House Gommini moccasins in unusual materials and finishes, such as tweed lamé and a patent leather-and-ponyskin combination, to silver metallic loafers, high-heeled ankle boots in python and refined and feminine pumps characterized by special pebbles details on the heels.
Humanity according to O.X.S., i.e. all those who have elective affinities with the brand and move along its same frequencies, demonstrating they appreciate the products at first sight, choosing to become, in some way, testimonials of the brand in a completely spontaneous and natural way representing the brand in its ideal "habitat": real life. Advertising that becomes a "work in progress", a logbook that, starting from the streets of London, will stop in the coolest capitals creating an emotional video every time.
Maximum attention to the new commercial of Brosway Jewels, interpreted by three glamor models. Brosway, the leading company in the market of Italian fashion jewelry, has built its position with popular commercial campaigns on tv and every season is able to propose something new on the advertising panorama.
A Cesare Paciotti Eyewear evening all dedicated to fashion bloggers. Cesare Paciotti Eyewear presented eyewear and sunglasses collection all MADE IN ITALY. The event took place in Milan at Spazio Anniluce where the young bloggers tried, chose and weared a pair of Cesare Paciotti eyeglasses. The evening ended with a photo shooting on a Red Carpet.
“Sartorial Touch” – a project based on very particular construction and polishing techniques that form a part of the “Brand’s secrets”. Using the most exquisite quality leather, it is a meld of these procedures that create this vital, non-homogeneous look that makes each shoe an absolute unique.
This footwear has been developed over time by Tod’s Artisans using methods and treatments based on their many years of experience.
Once completed, each piece must be allowed to rest for at least 24 hours before being placed in boxes, designed specifically for this project. The client’s initials may be embossed into the leather for the final personal touch.[...]
Rhinestones, heavy embellishments a super-luxe look are the driving force behind the Le Silla brand. While some people may shy away from an overly ornamented shoe, the brand proves that subtle and impactful ornamentation does indeed exist, especially with the Le Silla Lace Up High Top Sneakers, Pointed Toe Booties and Studded Booties. [...]
Quilted leather bags and boots for a matelassé effect: a sophistication emphasizing your elegance beyond any imposition of fashion. The accessories of the winter collection Fabi are dedicated to the woman, whom to the question: "Glossy, Matte or suede?" answers, "I want more."
The matelassé worked leather handbags and boots creates that particular quilted effect that alternates with more traditional processes to create a unique optical contrast and to create the feeling of a warm comfort.
A process gaining even more value given the selected leathers and attention to detail typical of working and stitching that is the hallmark of the clothes and the accessories proposed by the Maison.
In addition to the more traditional shades of elegance (like the black), the women’s winter collection by Fabi offers quilted leather boots and shopping bag in matelassé style with bright colors, such as purple. [...]
Electric blue is sure to flatter all skin tones and can compliment neutral colors such as beige and also flamboyant colors like burgundy, fuchsia pink or even pine green.
I think wearing a bright electric pop of color during the winter is a great way to make you stand out from the crowd.
Forget black and mix your shades, you don't have to be an expert to add a pop of royal blue into your outfit. There is one single rule and it says: Don't overdo the blue!
Never mix this color with other blue shades. Once you start mixing and matching, you'll realize that there is plenty of ways to wear this color.
Nila & Nila shooting Backstage Video for the Autumn / Winter 2013 - 14 Collection. Nila & Nila prepares the new catalog and the e-shop with the collection of shoes, Boots, Low Heel Boots, High Heel Boots, and the unmissable Ankle Boots for this season in a good range of models.
Nila&Nila is produced by Fratesi in Pesaro. Visit the internet site: http://www.nila-nila.com/
I sat down with General Manager David Rolirad of Italian bespoke footwear maker Silvano Lattanzi. Like all great inventors of the past, Mr. Lattanzi launched his brand known for personal style, high fashion, exceptional taste and modesty all constant with time in 1971. The quality is a study of forms, choice of materials, choice of colors and inspired by Van Gough, Monet, Matisse; workmanship Norvegese, Bentivegna, Stagno, Berlimo.[...]
From day to night, Cesare Paciotti's soles address every shoe challenge in eclectic style.From plain and simple, to embellished and colour blocked, you'll find an extensive range of styles to match every bang-on-trend look.
The Autumn/Winter 2013 range introduces stylish flats, sneakers, ankle boots and high-thigh boots with intricate metal detail.Offered in a palette of muted autumnal hues such as black, bordeaux and dusty pink, the collection will sure pay the perfect complement to your mood swings.
A brand that is transformed into an icon, in character, in a story. The story of a brave and enterprising young designer who was able to build a bridge of styles between two continents and to blend tradition and good Italian taste with the American dream without borders of the beaches, the metropolis and street style.
Dark glasses, hair styling, sideburns and mustache 70s, this is the unmistakable style of the mysterious character that has turned his face into a signature established in the world of fashion. Spirit, research and quality, these are the values of Joe Rivetto, a brand that is sewn on a street culture and is colored with refined tastes, revealing a great sense of imagination and style.
[...] Focus on the choice of clothes: you can range from the classic tight or medium tight up to the suit; avoid the tuxedo, it’s is strictly for evening.
Whack with the right accessories!
Now, let’s take a look at the accessories, that complete the ensamble. On your neck? Tie, bow tie or plastron: there are many options, but avoid choices too gaudy.
At your feet …
On this last topic opens up a world … in the cold months, we recommend a laced shoe, better a Derby model, a bit vintage and so much fashion for the FW 2013-2014.
Marco Zanini sits back in the Place Vendome atelier in Paris, making himself comfortable in his new position. Becoming creative director for the long- dormant fashion house, Schiaparelli, he says, is a mixed bag.
"I have this feeling of great joy, great pride and great responsibility, as well," he says. "This house has a legacy that is really unique and incredible."
Zanini took the position after several months of negotiations with Tod's owner Diego della Valle, who acquired the label in 2006. The 42-year-old Swedish-Italian designer had just completed the spring-summer runway for Rochas, and is taking on Schiaparelli's couture and prêt-à-couture (its version of ready-to-wear) immediately for Haute Couture Fashion Week in January.[...]
"Schiaparelli's approach to fashion really represents a unique way to combine fashion, art and culture," Zanini says. "She represented a very central cultural figure of the 20th century, not just in fashion but beyond." [...]
"She is one my favourite personalities in fashion history because of her personal life," Zanini says. "She was adventurous, brave and super-intelligent, and used her intelligence to succeed in life. What makes her so relevant and inspiring to people even today, is that she was so free-minded. She was able to do things her own way.
"I can identify with her irreverence and non-conformist thinking - that's for sure - and I admire the clever way in which she was irreverent but also able to execute the ultimate elegance, which, if you think about it, is a bit of a paradox. To provoke, but with supreme elegance."
Rodo Firenze represents the history and the beautiful present of the Italian Luxury Accessories Production.
Timeless style and Le Marche craftmanship expertise since early 1900 for items always current with a superior quality.
Enter the world of RODO Firenze and discover a brand steeped in glamour and luxury craftsmanship.
Handbags, pochettes, tiptoe pumps, high heeled ankle boots, this is Rodo Firenze
Agnelli’s fashion sense stood out, even in a country like Italy, where dressing well and fashionably is generally perceived as very important. His style has inspired and influenced menswear throughout the years, in Italy and around the world.
In his retirement speech, Milanese fashion designer Nino Cerruti named Agnelli as one of his biggest inspirations, amongst James Bond and John F. Kennedy. Esquire Magazine named Agnelli as one of five best dressed men in the history of the World. Agnelli’s dress style was a combination of a foundation of classic suits, combined with eye-catching personal tricks.
He had a large number of bespoke Caraceni suits, which were of very high quality and classic design, and yet had the signature Italian bravura. It was the accessories and the way they were worn that made Agnelli stand out as a fashionisto. He is known for wearing his wristwatch over his cuff, wearing his tie askew or wearing (fashionable) high brown hiking boots under a bespoke suit. [...]
The Gianni Agnelli Fashion Rules: never wear short socks, no eyeglasses in public, longer hair than usual people, never wear toed shoes. An elegant person is never completely perfect and must simulate, a little bit, a distracted person. Just a detail, which maybe attract the attention, can make a big difference.
Vic Matiè presented the Spring Summer 2014 Collection last September in the beautiful location of the Sala delle Colonne at Palazzo Clerici in Milan and this is the video in background of the event. Leather Creations up on architectural elements in wood between the columns and the virtual runaway with the model Laura Kampman protagonist of the video, was the way Vic Matiè organized the exhibition.