Academic year


A women’s collection that ponders the act of dressing and the complex world of fashion design.

ACT 1 is based on the power of the garments themselves to define the wearer, providing a critical view of the limited functionality that is sometimes displayed on catwalks as well as the border game between dressing and disguising. In contrast, this collection is committed to functionality and sustainability as values to be transmitted for a responsible future of fashion.

Iconic garments such as jeans or wedding dresses are modified to propose new silhouettes. Dark formal colours, typical of tailoring, are presented in sustainable fabrics such as Tencel or recycled materials. Pieces are also reused to give them another value and functionality, thereby creating new forms in order to extend the life cycle of the garments and to question the current industry system.